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Milk Tray

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishMilk TrayˌMilk ˈTray trademark  a type of chocolate made by Cadbury’s and sold in a box. In the UK, advertisements for Milk Tray used to show a man making a dangerous and difficult journey, for example swimming across a lake or climbing a mountain, to bring the chocolates to an attractive woman. At the end of his journey, the advertisement said: ‘And all because the lady loves Milk Tray.’
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