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Old 02-15-2005, 03:39 AM   #1
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anyone else do this with their candy?

Every box of chocolates I get.. I will take a bite of a piece, and then put it back. So then someone is like "can i have some chocolate" they open the box and almost all of them are half eaten. Sometimes I like it, and want to save it for later... or other times Its just not what I want at the moment

anyone else do this?
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Yuck....no!
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My wife does that. You sickos!
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I wish more candy boxes came with maps as to what kind is where. Half of that kind of stuff I dont like the middle so I like to know what im biting into.
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Every box of chocolates I get.. I will take a bite of a piece, and then put it back. So then someone is like "can i have some chocolate" they open the box and almost all of them are half eaten. Sometimes I like it, and want to save it for later... or other times Its just not what I want at the moment

anyone else do this?
Other people do this? I thought it was limited to my wife only...wow!
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If I bite into something that I don't like or want, I throw it away.
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daaaaamn ... i just think of the bacteria that is being left to grow inside the box not to mention on the chocolates. *shudders*
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i just think of the bacteria that is being left to grow inside the box not to mention on the chocolates
Just makes for a stronger immune system, if it doesn't kill you first
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i just think of the bacteria that is being left to grow inside the box not to mention on the chocolates
Just makes for a stronger immune system, if it doesn't kill you first
I agree menagerie... I dont worry about germs. Now, I cook my chicken and pork... but all that anit-bacterial stuff... forget it. I hardly ever get sick. maybe once in a year. I dont get flu shots, and I have never had the flu, but everyone in my house will get it and be out for weeks... *knock on wood*
I think I have that kick butt imune system dunno...

and no... I will not put the chocos back... although I licked one once to keep someone from eatting it.
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"they" are actually recommending that people stop using the antibacterial soaps and things because bacteria is becoming immune to it and getting harder and harder to kill. Hot water and regular soap do just as well. I just throw away the gross chocolates. What do you do with the chocolate covered cherries??
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