Share The child's face is smeared with chocolate, the apparently innocent remainder of a messy lunchtime. But in Baby P's case, the sinister truth is that his mother had used it to hide the bruising from the beatings meted out by his stepfather. And he has lost so much weight that - at months-old - he looks younger and more like a baby than he did at a year. Baby P's face is smeared with chocolate by his mother to hide the bruising from beatings Publishing pictures of Baby P had been banned due to further legal proceedings against the stepfather.
The origin of the Nahuatl word is uncertain, as it does not appear in any early Nahuatl source, where the word for chocolate drink is cacahuatl, "cacao water". It is possible that the Spaniards coined the word perhaps in order to avoid caca, a vulgar Spanish word for "faeces" by combining the Yucatec Mayan word chocol, "hot", with the Nahuatl word atl, "water". Chocolate has been prepared as a drink for nearly all of its history. For example, one vessel found at an Olmec archaeological site on the Gulf Coast of Veracruz , Mexico, dates chocolate's preparation by pre-Olmec peoples as early as BC. Man Carrying a Cacao Pod, — Volcanic stone, traces of red pigment.
FIRST PICTURES: The chocolate smile that hid the terrible scars of abuse on tragic blue-eyed Baby P
The Kiwi-born beauty briefly stopped posing to enjoy a healthy snack, opting for a nutritious banana to satisfy her ravenous appetite. She was joined on the shoot by her busty BFF Karyssa Leigh, who was also seen partaking in some erotic poses on set. Like her famous friend, Karyssa dared to bare by bending over on a bed in a sheer piece of lingerie that left absolutely nothing to the imagination.