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    Slowly raising my hand in the air!

    I know that I shouldn't, I know that I have already put on 1/2 a kilo but I cannot stop myself lol

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    Yep! I threw a few big chunks of lindt Easter egg into my coffee this afternoon...mmmm!

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    My Mum brought us a tiny bag of rice milk bunnies, they are still there. Only 2 have been eaten.

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    Sure am lol

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    yep, still got quite a few of those mini eggs left. DD however has a huge basket full of chocolate that is over flowing still! oh and some in the fridge...

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    Yep me..

    The amount of chocolate in this house is utterly ridiculous! At least 4 green bags full. It's all good stuff too. The ones with long expiry dates I might put in the back of the pantry for later in the year as nobody needs that much chocolate!!

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    Yep, still have a shelf full in the fridge.

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    I have even started yet. We just had the left over hunting eggs the Easter bunny had decide were excess for dd

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    So jealous! We have ploughed through ours (and the kids, they are too little for it all).

    I am also bummed as usually there is so much of it marked down and left over and this year there was NOTHING They either ordered well or didn't order enough. Gutted It was my favourite part of Easter

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    We're still eating all ours. We have the regular size eggs, small bunnies and big bunnies. DD1 could eat chocolate all day but we keep it all for dessert, and even then we dont make dessert a every night occurance so that's probably why we still have a good stash.


 

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