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Bunco & Peanut M&M's!

Friday, June 15, 2012

A night out with the girls and so much fun! Three tables set up for 4 ladies. Each table had a bowl of Peanut M&M's calling my name. During the three hours of conversation and rolling the dice, plus visiting each of the three tables, a lot of Peanut M&M's made their way to my mouth. Why OH Why!! Talk abut mindless eating! They may not melt in your hand but they sure do stick to your hips!

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IMEMINE1 12/27/2012 7:50AM


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LISAOKC 7/17/2012 7:12AM

    Don't beat yourself up too bad. I have a bad food day, then I have a conversation with myself and I get back on track. I'm on day 8 of "Eat To Live" and I had 3 days where I was good all day, then became weak after work and gave into temptation, but the next day I got back on track and I feel fantastic! Thanks for sharing!
Have the greatest day!

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MARVEEME 7/4/2012 7:27PM

    Bring a bowl of broccoli next time. Better yet, keep chewing gum in your purse so it's ready to chew to stop you from putting something else in your mouth.

Happy Independence Day!

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PRUSSIANETTE 6/17/2012 8:57AM

  Yes, we have all been there. When I am at home, every so often in mid-chew, I think what am I doing??!! And then I go over to the garbage and spit out. However, that is a bit difficult to do when you are out in public. emoticon

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PJSTIME 6/15/2012 10:03PM

    A good night out and some M&Ms is a great treat. As long as you get back on your plan don't sweat it.

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FISHINGLADY66 6/15/2012 4:28PM

    It's a real battle just passing them in the store for me. Remember Linda, don't beat yourself up over it. Just get back on track and make it up with a few less calories a day for a few days. Now you know what you did and you confessed publicly. Learn your lesson and take it One Day at a Time. You can do it. Yes you can. (((Hugs)))

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AVANELL 6/15/2012 11:47AM

    Peanut M&M's are my favorite! In the six months after I lost my husband I consumed two of the large 54 oz (I think that's the size) bags of M&M's. Needless to say, I had not just a weight problem, but an intestinal irritation that I had to deal with. That much chocolate really messes up the intestinal tract!

As Kay said, "one night is not a disaster". Just don't continue today with the fun of last night's delicacies! Start over again; get the "junk" out of your system and turn lose of the guilt of the past!

God Bless!

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GABY1948 6/15/2012 11:25AM

    emoticon I also can SO relate to this! As soon as I read the title I thought, boy, it's a good thing I am not there! It was just one night and I am so glad you enjoyed yourself! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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VINGRAM 6/15/2012 11:02AM

    I so relate!! emoticon

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SIBLEYHONEYBEE 6/15/2012 10:39AM

    I LOVE peanut M&Ms. I even dream about them, lol! I haven't had any in a long time, but everytime I see a pack they are calling my name. I agree that one night is not going to be the end of you. Hopefully you had a VERY enjoyable evening and lots of great memories. :)

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NELLJONES 6/15/2012 9:14AM

    That's a tough one! I cannot be in arm's reach of any "easy treats". I have to be firm in making my wishes known, though. Funny thing is that when I speak up, a bunch of others, shyer than I am, I guess, chime in. I suppose I have to take the lead in protection from evil substances.

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KAYYVAUGHN 6/15/2012 9:03AM

    One night is not a disaster. You know what to do now.

A night out with the girls is a treat. I'm glad you had fun.

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