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Haha, love that! It's funny really, I remember when I first left home and thought "wow, I can do what I want, buy and eat what I want, and come home when I want". The novelty did wear off quite quickly though when I realised that I was the one who actually had to pay for it, have a hangover the next day or put the weight on due to too much chocolate... ;-)
That's pretty much totally and completely true :)
A few weeks ago, I looked at my husband and said, "You know, if we wanted, we could have ice cream for dinner. Tonight . . . and every night." And then we laughed and went back to eating our Brussels sprouts and chicken, because the prospect was far less appealing at 28 than it was at 8. :) But still: FREEDOM!And candy -- yes!
ryan gosling knows everything.
haha true dat! haha he knows whats up. and for the record that candy looks amazing!
I like the quote, but are we really supposed to believe Ryan Gosling eats candy whenever he wants? I mean LOOK at him.
Well, you know what they say. You are what you eat, and he is a pretty yummy bit of eye candy...
Sometimes, when the husband and his dad go on their annual "boy's trip" to Giants spring training in Arizona, I eat ice cream for dinner....and I love every naughty bite!
Oh, those stubborn calories. It's kind of fun once in a while though. :)
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