Say hello to Yan Yan.
Yan Yan should be huge.
Yan Yan is not just yummy, but it's just plain fun, because it has a kinesthetic aspect: You pull out the delicious, crunchy cookie sticks, and dip them in the chocolate muck. Although the packaging indicates a gooey, syrupy experience to the chocolate, it's much more akin to Duncan Hines frosting. This also allows you to customize each bite to your taste -- go heavy or light.
Second, each cookie stick bears an inexplicably bizarre message involving animals and... something else.
OK, I get "GIRAFFE TALLEST MAMMAL." I'm not so sure about "STAG BEETLE LOVE IT," nor do I want to be.
But isn't that awesome? Can't you imagine splitting a canister of this after a heavy night of weed and PBRs, and snickering at the all the strangeness? (Wikipedia, of course, has a catalog of all the different stick messages.)
Is Yan Yan Japanese? It must be Japanese, right? Yes and no, you moron!
Although manufactured by the Japanese Meiji Seika, Yan Yan is a product of the fascist city-state of Singapore. And in order to serve the Malaysian and Indonesian markets (I assume), Yan Yan "does not contain pig fat," which makes its deliciousness all the more unlikely.
Go find this stuff!