Beer or chocolate
I have an addiction to chocolate. As long as I stay away from it there's no problem. But let me splurge just once and that's all I want - I crave it nonstop (even when not hungry). So I was talking to my grandmother the other day (82 years old and still drinks her 1 beer a day, no more and no less - just 1), she said for her it's beer or chocolate. I got to thinking about that. That last several months of the beer binge - I did have chocolate here and there but never had that need for it kick back up again. As of a few weeks ago when I decided it was time to get rid of the hopps, the craving is back. Could be coincidence - anyone here of such a thing?
don't question it just drink more beer
LOL! (Actualy, I'm in the midst of a search on the calorie content of beer now 🙂 The stuff has like 12 calories per sip I think! (But no fat) Wonder which one adds less padding?
hmm, Well right not... i got a bigger problem with chocolate than beer... If there is a tasty chocolate/sweet present in the house.. I'd have a bigger urge to go in there, and eat the shit out of it.. it dont have to be chocolate tho, it could just be some sugary candy that just tastes good.. Beer on the other hand, only used in social events, and even than i have reservations.. just hate that dryed out feeling after i get drunk or buzzed... on friday i got drunk for the first time in like 6 months... and the next day i was kinda pissed that my piss was so damn yellow, meaning i was lacking fluids.. it can just be a little frustrating lol and u question yourself if it was worth it, in this case i did have a great time, so i wasn't that pissed bout it.
Funny. I drank 1 beer yesterday - opened it in the am and by bedtime had a few inches left in the bottle. I figured I'd give it a try, have a sip just before giving in to grab the chocolate (the dang holloween candy mother-in-law brought, peanut butter cups and kit kats...thanks mom!) I did ok till after I got done with my walk and lifting - then I went crazy and had one of each....then another.