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KIBBLE55
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To eat a sausage to not eat a sausage that this the question

Friday, January 25, 2013

Has anybody ever done this before.

Last night just before bed (always a very difficult time for me) i went to the fridge for my cold glass of cordial and there was a plate of cooked sauasages. They looked gorgeous and the smell was to die for. Of course I succumbed picked up the sausage bit half of it onto my mouth.

The texture the aroma the grease were fantastic - i started to a chew (thats unusal) and then i spat it out - I cant believe it me not eating a sausage this is bigger than England winning the world cup and as rare.

I've been laughing about it to myself ever since.

Maybe just maybe this time my mind is going to be strong enough.

Have a great weekend everybody.

Kibs
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  • v LADYFROMTHEWOOD
    Wow, did you spit it out b/c you knew it wasn't worth it or b/c you knew it would take you over your range for the day or what? Was it a case of the sudden return of sanity? Did you brain kick-in and scream at your mouth to "STOP!!!"? I ask b/c this realization could be a break-through moment, one of many. Knowing your REASONS for mindless eating are a big deal! Smell and sight, but not taste? Convenience? Boredom?
    You're on your way! Great job!
    1308 days ago
  • v MEDDYPEDDY
    Been there, done that...although too rare in the experience... the spitting out part, I mean emoticon
    1308 days ago
  • v GHOSTFLAMES
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    1308 days ago
  • v RONNIEHUEY
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  • v SPARKCHANTAL
    cool!
    they say-- appetite is in the head, hunger is in the stomach.
    well done kibs! hee hee!
    1308 days ago
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