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That's a very interesting bit of trivia. I went to the Hershey Chocolate Factory years ago, and remember the whole town smelling of chocolate!
Amazing information !
Interesting this information. Kisses:)
Hi Adam, lovely post :) C, xoxo.itallinmydreams
I am not a great chocolate eater so haven't heard of that name.
You know you've lived in Pennsylvania a long time when you immediately recognize a picture of Uncle Milton.
And, if they ever make a movie about the life of Milton Hershey (how sweet would that be?), Brian Doyle-Murray would be a dead ringer for him.
He founded Hershey's? This man is my personal hero...
Interesting! I do love strange languages and accents and dialects
Anybody who supplies the world with chocolate is a hero in my book.
I wonder if people who speak Pennsylvania Dutch can speak with people in the Netherlands. My mom speaks California Portuguese and no one from Portugal can understand her.
I would love to tour that factory!
Be one factory worth a tour
I don't know what Hershey candy is it..
The world would be a much safer place if Milton Hershey had not graced it with his presence! Happy weekend to you and yours!
I hate when my computer predicts and corrects what I say, and I don't catch it!!!!! ... a much sadder place ... Well, maybe safer is better. After all, if you've ever seen a crazed chocoholic looking for her next fix!!!!!!
Didn't know that ^^ Thanks for sharing!xoxoIt's Dash
That is a great tidbit of information!
You're not missing anything great. For me anyway, it's sickly sweet.
Very interesting info!
it's actually closer to German than Dutch. Though the latter is a Germanic language as well.
Sigh.... I grew up on Hershey bars. : -)
I don't care what he spoke. They make some yummy confections, and that's all that matters to me ;)
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