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How do you give up eating chocolate?

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2009-08-26 08:02:07
2009-08-26 08:02:07

Just quit cold turkey, give it up all at once and never touch it again. Find something to distract you from thinking about eating (sex works for me). It helps if you have very supportive and understanding friends who will not eat chocolate in front of you. Chocolates are the sweetest food ever made by people. It's hard to stop eating chocolates, especially if it's your favorite chow. You can stop eating chocolates; all you need is to minimize your cravings. == ==

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