13 Things In 'Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory' That Should Be Real
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13 Things In 'Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory' That Should Be Real

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13 Things In 'Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory' That Should Be Real

Willy Wonka is one of my favorite movies ever. This movie is filled with so much imagination and wonder. Here are some of the things that I wish were real from Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.

1. Waterfalls of chocolate

Come on! How cool would this be? Everyone needs more chocolate in their lives.

2. Edible chocolate grass

More chocolate! Chocolate grass could be the new way to "eat your veggies."

3. Candy wallpaper

Bye bye paint, Hello candy wallpaper! YUM.

4. Owning your own famous chocolate factory

Who wouldn't want to take all the credit for owning a famous chocolate factory?

5. Wonka's glass elevator

Weeee! This should be the newest trend in transportation.

6. Wonka's creativity

We need a little more creativity in the world.

7. Flying bubble pits

I'm pretty sure we all want to fly. Why not add some bubbles into the mix?

8. Getting paid in chocolate

Screw cash. Cocoa beans could be the new dollar bills.

9. Advice from Willy Wonka

Let's face it, Willy Wonka gave pretty good advice throughout this movie.

10. Three-course dinner gum

Just think about how much money you could save on food if gum came in three courses.

11. Golden Tickets

Who wouldn't want the chance to meet the world's best chocolatier?!

12. Oompa Loompas

Oompa Loompas are cute and have funny dance moves, but how cool would it be to have them do your work for you?

13. Watching people turn into blueberries

We all have that one problem person in our lives that we wish would just blow up... like a blueberry that is.

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