How about some food for thought?
No, I haven't been eating fudge.
But I really like it.
After reading these definitions, and being brutally honest with myself,
I decided that I really have had it with fudge!
When I was trying to maintain without measuring my food,
I thought I was doing okay. But when the scales told me differently
and I started to measure and weigh my food portions again . . .
It may not have been intentional, but it wasn't accurate!
An extra ounce of this, an extra tablespoon of that,
how about another half cup of something else???
It all adds up . . . . and finds its way to my waist!
And in the end, the scales don't lie!
So, what's your favorite kind of fudge?
Webster's Dictionary's definition
fudge; fudged; fudg·ing
1a : to devise as a substitute : fake
b : falsify (fudged the figures)
2: to fail to come to grips with : dodge (fudged the issue)
1: to exceed the proper bounds or limits of something (feel that the author has fudged a little) ; also : cheat (fudging on an exam)
2: to fail to perform as expected
3: to avoid commitment : hedge (the government's tendency to fudge on delicate matters of policy)
3: something that is fudged; especially : a bending of rules or a compromise
The American Heritage® Dictionary definition
1. A soft rich candy made of sugar, milk, butter, and flavoring.
2. Nonsense; humbug.
verb. fudged, fudg·ing, fudg·es
1. To fake or falsify: fudge casualty figures.
2. To evade (an issue, for example); dodge.
1. To act in an indecisive manner: always fudged on the important questions.
2. a. To go beyond the proper limits of something:
b. To act dishonestly; cheat.