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    I indulge on this level way too often!

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    I've been known on more than one occasion to eat an entire packet of sliced salami between the supermarket and my house -all of 5min down the road :-/


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    Recently I wanted a mini cupcake, had no cash on me. There were Jaffa and choc mint ones. She said eftpos is a $10 limit, I could get 12 for $10. I thought, yeah, I'll eat one now, take the rest home, me and DH can share a few after dinner. Anyway.. those cupcakes never stood a chance and neither did DH of ever laying eyes on them.

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    Entire family block of Cadburys dairy milk

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    After reading this thread I come to the conclusion that you are all amateurs lol... Who stops at 1 block of chocolate?
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    Hmmm...trying to think of a moment of pure weakness - without DH around or otherwise it would no longer be a greedy food moment - it would be everyone for themselves!

    Back when I first went to uni and was eating a wide assortment of vegemite toast dinners I also stumbled across a fake jar of nutella in the shops and that was my big rebellious "living away from home and can buy whatever I like" moment. After that I was too hell-bent on losing the extra kilos! Of course in true nutella style it never saw a slice of bread. Can't remember how fast I ate it though...maybe there were a few jars involved between February and May.

    Just asked DH if I'd ever over-indulged - he said I've come close to eating whole blocks of chocolate a few times. It's so sad...feels like I've hardly lived with no stand out gluttenous moments! And the best one I can do of late is a whole packet of rice crackers - like 400-500 cals (not that anyone's counting)

    I often espy a good-looking choc mud cake and boast to DH that I could eat the WHOLE thing. He reckons I can't. Would love to take the physical challenge one day...if the fat went on his butt instead.

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    I can knock a big box of malteasers off in under an hour. Usually I buy them under the pretence they will be shared with the family.
    I can also be a piggy when at my local Japanese for lunch and I want to order lots of different things so I pretend I'll take the left overs home for lunch the next day. Never happens.

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    Well lets see:

    As kids my parents would occasionally (2-3 times a year) declare 'junk food' night and we could put an order in for whatever junk food (lollies/chocolates etc) we wanted and would eat as much of it as we wanted until we felt sick and couldn't eat anymore. They were the best nights of my life as a kid, but as an adult I can not believe we were allowed to do that! However, I blame this for my complete inability to stop eating junk food. So here are my most recent list of shameful food eating:

    I bought my kids a pack of lollies for a special trip last month and distributed them out evenly in to three separate containers...the containers then went in to the fridge for them to finish 'another day.' Those containers are in the fridge empty because I have eaten all the lollies out of them, twice! My kids keep asking when they can eat their lollies and I keep telling them soon...I have to wait until they are back at school so I can smuggle lollies in to the house again.

    On the weekend my oldest went to a sleep over, I packed her some hundreds and thousands biscuits because I wasn't sure what snacks they'd have and if she'd be allergic to them. I put the remaining biscuits in the cupboard and told the other two they could have 2 on the weekend. That night I ate the rest of the packet so I smuggled in another packet the next morning, ate what my oldest had taken to the party and decided that that afternoon I would let the other two have their two biscuits. By the afternoon I had eaten them all. So the next day I went back to the shop to start all over again, and made a deal with myself that I wouldn't eat any. When I got down to 7 biscuits left I yelled out for the kids to come and get two each and then told them that I was okay with just having one biscuit, because one is enough I didn't even feel sick afterwards! I swear I should be the size of the house, but I'm actually a size 8, and have a 6 pack (when I'm not pregnant with a food belly that is!)

    Please don't quote...I may feel so ashamed later that I delete!

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    When I was pregnant with DS3, I bought 4 of the 2 packs of Creme Caramel. I ate the lot after half a watermelon. I was pretty sick that night!

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    So many things!

    First date with DP I was so nervous about over eating in front of him or spending the date hungry that I ate a whopper meal before the date.
    He took me out for pasta - that was tough to get through after a whopper meal!

    I've had to stop buying large bags of peanut m&ms because I eat them all!

    Have eaten whole blocks of chocolate

    When DP is away I get Indian take away because he doesn't like it. Because I get Indian so rarely. I order a curry, rice, naan, samosas, pappadum, chicken pakora... And have myself a not so little smorgasbord! I don't eat it all, there's enough for lunch the next day!

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