One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A chocolate-covered marshmallow bar in the shape of a fish, often given as a reward.‘if you are first to guess correctly, I'll give you a chocolate fish’
- ‘(First person to get them all might just find a chocolate fish swimming their way).’
- ‘The person who sends in the funniest entry will receive a chocolate fish of their very own and it will be featured in the next issue.’
- ‘Bar staff would instead offer a chocolate fish and shot for everyone who asked for the goldfish drink and would have an SPCA donation box at the bar.’
- ‘As well as pride being at stake, they are dishing out imaginary chocolate fishes that will taste great in the mind but not affect the waistline.’
- ‘And the guy at the service station gave me a free chocolate fish!’
- ‘My kids loved the competition where teams had to dress up then run and eat a chocolate fish with a knife and fork.’
- ‘Entries on the back of a envelope, chocolate fish to anyone who suggests a poem that ends up in my final narrative.’
- ‘If you are first to guess correctly, I'll give you a chocolate fish.’
- ‘Virtual chocolate fish to the pair for guessing right.’
- ‘Chocolate fish featured in the earlier part of the debate.’
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