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Going to the movies does not give me permission to eat a wheelbarrow of popcorn!

Friday, November 13, 2009

OK, this afternoon I am going with my daughter to see the Michael Jackson movie. We are both very excited! But as my sister used to always say "Don't we go to the movies just to eat the popcorn?" So true...but I have come so far and I really don't want to blow it over a bag of greasy movie popcorn, so...suggestions please? I thought I could get a nice hot cup of coffee or tea to occupy my mouth...or maybe a lollipop?
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  • KMIRANDA2000
    love you guys!!!
    3024 days ago
    Hope you enjoyed the movie and found something more healthful to snack on. Congrats on your current weight lose. Good luck on your journey to a healthier and happier you.

    Thanks for the comment on my blog. I hope your all your Christmas wishes come true.

    3025 days ago
  • GEINAHG0757
    Those 100 calorie bags of Kettle Corn are might tasty! Try that! emoticon
    3026 days ago
    Just as MyTurn said, there are some great alternatives to choose from. I commend your decision to plan ahead! emoticon emoticon
    3026 days ago
    What if you snack in a bag of air popped pop corn, or I hear that kettle corn, snack size (100 cal) is good. You could pop it ahead of time and sneak it in in your purse. Or dumb dumbs are good for hand to mouth action (ask any former smoker). Or my favorite craving killer, spicy hot cinnamon gum, pop a piece of that in your mouth and NOTHING sounds good, plus who eats popcorn while chomping on gum. Good luck resisting.

    3026 days ago
    I went a few weeks ago and brought a sliced apple and a bad of pretzels. I got the crunch and the salt, so I was good.
    3026 days ago
    make some low fat microwave popcorn before you go and bring it with you....
    3026 days ago
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