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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGooch View Post
    Or they have and realised how vom worthy licorice is and are waiting for something more delicious to turn up!
    It's definitely an acquired taste isn't it, especially the dutch variety, salt, double salt etc!

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    I did this week.

    Choc raspberry bullets, I felt I needed them to get through the week before school starts!

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    I don't eat sweets but like to have an icypole or two in the freezer to treat DD. DH will eat them all if he finds them. He is allergic to chicken, so I have a cardboard box that used to have chicken pies in it, I put the icy poles in the box and they're safe!

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    I bought some macadamia chocolates from a chocolatier in south Australia and they're amazing. Have hidden them in the cupboard where the toilet paper is because no one changes toilet paper over in this house except me! They're sitting right next to them and safe as can be for whenever I want one!

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    I have to hide my stuff really well otherwise DH will find it. He never looks in the freezer or the back of the fridge so they are my hiding spots for chocolate mmm.

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    I don't need to. I'm in the fortunate position of having a dh with a very different sweet tooth than mine. Unfortunately for him however I regularly raid his sweets - this thread has made me wonder if HE hides things from me

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    Quote Originally Posted by binnielici View Post
    I don't need to. I'm in the fortunate position of having a dh with a very different sweet tooth than mine. Unfortunately for him however I regularly raid his sweets - this thread has made me wonder if HE hides things from me
    This is me too! I was reading along and thinking, "Ah DH doesn't steal mine I've got no need to.... hang on!" He probably should be hiding them from me.

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    My DH used to hide his chocolate from me..Mainly because I'd eat my block and start in on his! He'd put it on top of the bookshelf where I cant see. I caught him one day.

    I then ate it all.

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    Not from the kids, no, as they always ask.
    From H yes, as he would eat an entire family block of chocolate a day...

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    I hide a bag of macadamia nuts in my underwear drawer 🙈 its the only place they're safe!! I share them with ds1 but he's sworn to secrecy. Dh could eat a bag in one sitting.

    I hide my favourite Weis ice cream bars in the bottom of the freezer.

    I love dark chocolate but no one else does as much as me so that's safe.

    When kiwi berries are in season i have to hide them or dd will find them and eat them. I have to hide olives at the back of the fridge behind larger things as when dd knows they are in the house she will search for them and hide somewhere and eat them 😂

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