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Celebrations tubs in 2009: now with 12.3% less chocolate!

This is just a quick update on my previous posts about the distribution of chocolates in tubs of Celebrations. I recently purchased two tubs and noticed a change in the distribution, mainly because there is now 12.3% less chocolate (by … Continue reading

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The Celebrations Experiment: The Results

In the previous post I described my experiment regarding the distribution and popularity of the different chocolates found within a Celebrations tub. After several months of rumination, cogitation, and procrastination, I am ready to publish my findings. Continue reading

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The Celebrations Experiment

In this experiment […] I would simply buy a large number of one tins of a particular kind, find the average chocolate distribution, then sort them into tubs of each type and sell these tubs on eBay with all proceeds going to charity in order to establish their value. Continue reading

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