Receiving Chocolate from a male friend stands for love?

China
November 11, 2009 9:42am CST
My friend received some chocolate from her colleague this week, she is doubting whether his colleague like her, because she never receive the chocolate from the male friend? What do you think of it? Is it stands for love to send the Chocolate to friend or colleague?
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@besthope44 (12142)
• India
5 Sep 10
Well am not sure..if it is! I gifted chocolates for my lover..who is my wife now.
• China
6 Sep 10
It sounds perfect that your lover sent chocolates to you and she is your wife now.I guess my friend's colleague like her, it's truth. Hope they can be good condition.
@greyz7 (860)
• Philippines
10 May 10
i think it depends on the chocolate brand and how many or how uch it costs
• United States
26 Dec 09
if you recieve chocoloate you should puke it up because the only thing that works is love.
• United States
26 Dec 09
no funny person you stand for love because if you don't stand then it will stand you up and you will be a robotic mannic man.
20 Nov 09
i don't think so, maybe he love to share the brand of chocolates which taste good, cheaper and better than any chocolates in the market.
@bwanna (282)
• United States
16 Nov 09
I think that chocolate is more of a sign of friendship than love these days. I thought that this guy liked me because he kept on giving me candy bars (this was in the seventh grade) and decided to ask him about it.... most awkward moment, ever! We were never really able to talk normally after that, so I'd just tell you to accept it in a buddy manner.
@VANILLAREY (1473)
• India
12 Nov 09
It depends on the chocolate. If it was Strepsils then ... OK back to seriousness. If it was a big pack of chocolates. Or if it was nicely wrapped like a gift then it is likely that the boy likes her. If it was small chocolate bar, then he was just sharing.
• United States
12 Nov 09
If she's never thought that he has feelings for her before, then it's probably just a nice gesture. Chocolate by itself doesn't indicate a romantic interest. He might have just wanted to do something nice for someone.