LL: Whoa, Li Hua. I didn't know you were such a chocoholic. How are you going to eat all of that?
LH: 我看这巧克力多便宜呀！我当然得多买一些喽！哎，你刚才说我是chocoholic, 那是什么意思，是不是说我很爱吃巧克力？
LL: A chocoholic is someone who likes chocolate so much that they are practically addicted to it.
LL: Don't worry. Being a chocoholic isn't as serious as being an alcoholic. All you have to worry about is getting fat from eating so much candy.
LL: I suppose that's reasonable. My mom is a real chocoholic, too. It's easy to buy her a birthday present or a mother's day present - I just buy her a box of chocolates.
LL: Personally, I love chocolate, but I know a lot of guys who don't like it very much. I don't know why chocolate seems to be more popular among girls.
LL: Hey, Li Hua, have you had your daily chocolate fix yet?
LH: Chocolate fix? Fix是修理的意思，修理巧克力？Larry，你在说什么啊？
LL: To get a "fix" is to get a portion of something that you're addicted to and thereby relieve your craving. You're a chocoholic, so you need a chocolate fix once in a while.
LH: 噢，Fix在这里不是修理的意思。你是指我每天都要吃巧克力，今天有没有吃了巧克力，过了隐。那Larry，我知道你喜欢喝咖啡，我是不是能说每天早上你都需要a caffeine fix?
LL: That's exactly right. Once in a while, I need a chocolate fix, too. I don't know why, but sometimes I really crave chocolate.
LL: I don't need to have chocolate every day, but I am guilty of needing an occasional chocolate fix.
LL: Okay, then I have a suggestion. Let's go to Starbucks and get coffee and chocolate chip cookies.
LL: We'll be getting a sugar fix at the same time, too. It's a brilliant plan!
LH: 等等，什么又是sugar fix?
LL: Well, some people crave sweet things in general, so they need a sugar fix. In addition, sugar gives you an extra boost of energy.