Monday, March 12, 2007

including oreos

somedays i wish i could just quit you

8 comments:

Mainebikerchick said...

Will you write me sometime? I miss you TONS!!

Mainebikerchick@msn.com

HUGS!!!

kay said...

I was just thinking the same thing about our "restaurant's" all-you-can-eat taco bar every Tuesday.

I hear it calling me even as I write this.

I feel ya, Sistah!

mannyed said...

Oreos are the Devil's food. Which reminds me of Devil's Food Cake...mmmm.


Re: your comment: a fish tank is no match for XBOX. When Hubby isn't watching the tank, he's playing PSP.

Ami said...

Trouble is, when I quit one thing (Oreos, let's say) I always replace it with another (chocolate chips straight out of the package, for instance).

Now if I could quit food altogether...

NJaney said...

I had a bag of the 100 calorie Oreo Crisps earlier today. I don't have anything close to a sweet tooth, but they were such a poor excuse for the real thing that I might have to purchase some tomorrow just to gorge on the filling.

Yum.

Anonymous said...

I have taken up getting a McDonalds Oreo Mcflurry. But only when I am driving the Pa. Turnpike coming home from Philly all by myself. I think anything oreo helps those who are blue. It is not easy sseing someone you love be so ill. I brought Gary home Monday. But I had 3 Oreos and 3 scoops of Vanilla Ice cream tonight and he was home with me. It was a difficult day Tuesday. I was blue. Aunt B
Aunt Benita

Jen said...

I've quit sugar for six weeks due to Lent and all I can say is when Good Friday comes around people within a mile radius should lock their sweets cupboards! I'm raiding!

bethydiane said...

You know what I do? I invite all the neighborhood kids over and unload my sweets on them. Two benefits: There will be none left for me to devour; and they go home wired and crazy to their perturbed parents, thus I never get asked to babysit.

My biggest vice? Cookie dough. I'll make a batch of chocolate chip cookies but before I put the chips in I reserve half of the dough in tupperware to be munched on in place of a meal. Then I add half a bag of chips to the remaining dough and bake no more than seven minutes so they come out nice and gooey, too.