How often do you eat it?
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14-05-2013 18:37 #1
For all the chocolate lovers...
14-05-2013 18:40 #2
14-05-2013 18:40 #3
Actual chocolate, once or twice a week. I get my chocolate fix every night with a jarrah hot chocolate, yummm. Time to go make one now
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14-05-2013 18:46 #4-
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Four nights a week... I always have a chocolate bar for my tea break
14-05-2013 19:01 #5
I have it prob once or twice a week
I crave it before my period tho....like right now. I doubt the pkt of chewy caramel tim tams will remain unscathed
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14-05-2013 19:09 #6
Every day. Usually start with a few pieces with my tea, first thing in the morning!
I'll need to eat healthier around DD though.... not sure how that's going to go....
14-05-2013 19:11 #7Senior Member
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Mostly daily.....just got a call from the gp..have to see them about my cholesterol level....the party is definately over....RIP chocolate
14-05-2013 19:14 #8
At the moment DH brings me a Caramello Koala home every day (he's treating the pregnant woman very nicely )
Non-pregnant I would say maybe twice a week, but only through will power of steel. I quite like the creme brûlée tea from T2 as a substitute for a sweetie when I need one.
14-05-2013 19:14 #9
In the past - every day! In recent months maybe once a week.
14-05-2013 19:15 #10
Not nearly as much as I fantasize about eating it!!! I had a fun size twix today - but I go months without it. I used to eat it EVERY day :/
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