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Coke Addict

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

When I say I'm a coke addict, I hope no one thinks I'm a cocaine addict. It means that I love Coca Cola. I don't know why, because I never did until about a year ago, but I am and it's a battle I have been losing for a long time. I also struggle to get my eight glasses of water per diem. But I have a plan.
It was so simple that I don't know why I didn't think of it before. I get what I want, Coke, but I also get what I need. I'm going to implement tomorrow my Coke regulation program. And I am not going to discuss Diet Coke because...yuck.
The plan is to alternate. I have a big 32 oz. water bottle. After I drink it, I get a can of Coke.
Seems really simple, right?
Look, I'm weak. I try to give it up, but I always end up failing and then I feel worse and want to give up and it becomes this vicious cycle with me going to buy a 2 liter of soda at five in the morning wearing slippers and uncombed hair. I'm just thankful I haven't started selling myself for a twelve pack.

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  • v IMREITE
    i tried switching to diet, but i started getting stomach issues. i figured i would instead just work on cutting down instead of switching to diet. I do however no longer have any of it before noon. i drink about 5 or 6 glassed of water before ever having some pop.
    1282 days ago
  • v CRYSUNSHINE714
    Take it day by day... Before you know it you won't need it or even want it. Good Luck!!

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    1282 days ago
  • v AUNTC321
    It sounds like a great plan. Diet Coke is my addiction and I even know that it tastes gross.
    1282 days ago
  • v CARMENF
    I'm struggling with this right now. Diet Coke is my downfall.
    1282 days ago
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