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- n. A sweetened cocoa-flavored drink, typically created by mixing chocolate syrup or chocolate powder with milk, and typically served cold.
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- n. milk flavored with chocolate syrup
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An eight-ounce glass of Coca-Cola, Sprite or Lipton Extra Sweet Tea is roughly 100 calories; a chocolate milk shake about the same size has almost 300 calories.
The bottle shattered in Styles’s hand, speckling his face with chocolate milk and fragments of glass.
As he sat in the bath drinking chocolate milk and listening to A Prairie Home Companion, Weinberg jiggled and jiggled and jiggled his piece—not from neurosis or for masturbatory pleasure, but simply because he was so tickled at its newfound flaccidity.