Should Hot Chocolate be Drunk With or Without a Marshmallow?
Why or Why Not?
by Jeffrey Clapp
dashrink sez; The marshmallow represents the white creamy overbelly of the non-working class. The "marsh", a warning of stagnent quagmires, unresolvable problems that are entwined paradoxically in the mallow. The mallow mimicing "mellow", a peacefull contentment, allowing one to rise above turbulent chocolate. The chocolate represents the deep dark hidden desires of the subconcious, bubbling warm and steamy beneath the surface, full of earthy desire and forbidden pleasures. The decision to drink Hot Chocolate with or Without a Marshmallow is therefore not a "decision" at all, but a subconcious "urge" if you will, exemplifing the constant struggle of man to civilize himself by standards that are external to himself, rather than the standards that are embodied within.