Actually, and unfortunately, there is an actual answer to that question...I deemed it "unfortunate" because I personally devote myself to chocolate no lighter than with 75% cocoa (or "cacao," as how they sometimes write it on the boxes..). Not only is it proven to be healthier than milk chocolate, but it also gives a stronger amount of the joy and satisfaction you would expect from chocolate in general.
Also, milk chocolate is too overwhelmingly sweet, in my opinion. Every time I snack on a piece (which is not very often), the sugar has such a booming effect that I can barely distinct the taste of actual chocolate...And it makes me wonder, why not just call it "brown squares of an extremely smooth-textured version of sugar" instead of "milk chocolate"? XD ...
And as to the answer of who doesn't love dark chocolate, here it this: People who love milk chocolate. :) I obviously didn't have to answer that question, but there you go! ;D
When I compare the two types of chocolat, I feel like milk chocolate definitely doesn't speak the same language as dark chocolate. When you talk dark chocolate, it isn't the smack-dab-in-the-mouth-without-any-smooth-transition-between-tastes treat that milk chocolate presents. Rather, its flavor is like an intense rush of brilliant lava, the result of a volcanic boom that erupts every time you take a bite of the smooth-textured surface. Dark chocolate is what the deities' answer would be if human were to desperately implore, What is the quickest way to pure, incurable happiness? This is what I assume, because every time a moment comes during the day that I wonder how I could take a quick-second break from studies or from anything potentially stressful, I just grab a carefully crafted square of delicate goodness and pop it in my mouth, waiting for the volcanic explosion to happen once again.
If you are reading this and are a loyal companion to milk chocolate, and have always thought of dark chocolate as "so bitter it's like you're eating bark" (I'm directly quoting my sister here ;) ), I hope you understand my point of view of the chocolate world, and that although I have tried warming up to the dark chocolate's sweeter, more innocent alter-ego, I find it difficult to think about it as lovingly and passionately as with the daring boldness of dark chocolate. And especially if you are an intense milk chocolate-lover, I thank you for reading this blog, because it must show how open minded you are. :)
Anyhow, I'm going to end this post now, because the alarm has just gone off in the kitchen and my baked apple is ready, waiting for me to devour it. (I will bring up baked apples sometime in the future of course!). And also, on my way to the oven, I will devour another piece of dark chocolate that I store in the kitchen, after having spent this entire post talking about it...
Bonne nuit, and have a chocolat!
P.S. Chocolate tip: If you want a less murky taste of chocolate, and a flavor that's more straight-forward and with a bigger punch, try storing your chocolate-y friend in the refrigerator...And by the way this works for both alter egos of chocolate. :)