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Deciphering chocolate hieroglyphics

Forrest Gump may have charmed Americans by saying, "Life is like a box of chocolates - you never know what you're going to get," but many people want to know what's inside their chocolates.

If you received a box of chocolates for Valentines Day, these clues may help you know what's inside:

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*A round chocolate with a circle on top probably has orange filling, an "R" usually has raspberry, and a loop down the side is usually lemon. A "B" is probably buttercream; "V" is usually vanilla.

*A straight line is a little more confusing. On a round chocolate, it's almost always peppermint, but on a square, it's usually caramel.

Source: Associated Press

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