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No Candy For YOU!

Monday, October 22, 2007

Recently someone passed along to me via email a coupon for a free bag of candy at a store chain.

Now I love a bargain and I love to pass them along if I can...that's a fundamental value of mine.

However, there's a NEW fundamental value on the block: health, wellness and NOT buying into the corporate sugar machines!

I realized that I could not, in good conscience pass this coupon along. I certainly knew that I was NOT going to use it...why encourage ANYONE to use it?

We have "Delete" buttons on our keyboard for very important reasons!

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DDOORN 10/23/2007 8:43PM

    Re: united2gether's is truly astonishing the amount of candy that is being pumped out there...the industry does its almighty best to OVERWHELM us with though it is UNAVOIDABLE! You WILL EAT CANDY!

Well...guess what? It IS avoidable! And my money is staying in my pocket, thank you... :-)

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EXIT2LEFT 10/23/2007 6:29PM

  hmmm, my *eyeballs* pinged at the thought of a coupon! i think this will be the 1st year i don't buy any bags of candy for halloween. we're giving quarters for the kids who do come bye... i would consider apples, but i don't want to candy them and don't want em chucked thru our window ;) Can't say as I won't be tempted though. Was in the store the other day and utterly amazed to see 6 or more aisles dedicated to Halloween and the piles of candy.

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GLORYSEEKER65 10/23/2007 12:24PM

    Good job for you !!!
i recently felt the same way with free donuts at work.
They aren't doing anyone any favors .
You really encourage me !
60lbs is amazing.
My husband likes the 10 i have lost and he says he is proud of me .
If I lose 60 i will be a whole new woman! lol .

Much continued success


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