The other night I was really depressed. I could feel myself sinking into a depression, and there on the counter before me was a chocolate bar. So I thought, why not? I tried it.
Diet Girl described in detail how it felt to bite into a chocolate bar. The chocolate sensations went from her taste buds straight to the pleasure centers of her brain. From her description, it sounded like intense waves of pleasure radiated from the chocolate throughout her body.
I took a bite of chocolate; the sensations of chocolate went from the chocolate to my taste buds. And stayed there. No waves anywhere. I must be doing something wrong. Or there's more than one way to get fat.
Exercise du jour: Week 7 of the couch to 5k.
Done! Really weird -- I've been fighting a virus all day, feeling rotten. Felt okay when I was actually
Chocolate courtesy of Flickr.
No waves for me either, and I go for the hard stuff with the highest cocoa content. I still enjoy the chocolate, but no instant high.
Oh, and from your earlier post, yes, people really did buy houses as kits from Sears. I don't know if they put them together themselves.
reing: answer that, will you?
Not everyone gets that reaction from chocolate. Not everyone gets that kind of reaction from any food item. There are some that will do it for me, and really good chocolate is one of them.
If I get really, seriously depressed though, I don't want to eat. So yea, I'd say there is more than one way to get fat.
Okay, that really cracked me up. I love chocolate but I just think I like the taste. :) Maybe i takes practice!
I get the wave.
But the intensity decreases as I eat more; the trick is learning when to stop for optimal pleasure.
It's a trick I still haven't mastered.
Word verif: adicte--which sounds like French for Addict, which I am.
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