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3/14/14 2:29 P

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You know you've been a member of WW too long when you forgo the Tortilla chips (food delivery system) and drink the salsa straight out of the bottle.

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3/13/14 9:56 A

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3/13/14 9:33 A

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You know you've been to WW too long when you begin eating a deck of cards instead of a meat portion the size of a deck of cards. (Cardboardy-but okay with a little salsa)

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3/12/14 1:34 P

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Think I'll pass on the locusts... but I'll take the wine! I love SWMBO Timothy!



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Hmm, maybe I need a locust in the morning instead of my multivitamin

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3/12/14 9:37 A

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I doubt we'll be buying them by the kilo from the local butcher any time soon. They may be a good protein source, but the fat content is worryingly high.
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Oh gosh! Ya'll have me giggling this morning. Really needed that today!!

It peaked my curiosity, so since you can find just about anything on the internet - I googled and found this interesting article: www.livestrong.com/article/549444-th
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3/12/14 7:34 A

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Water to wine! Love that one. Last summer we were having a party outside and it was hot. People were thirsty. We went through lots of water. I think we used enough bottles to circle the earth all by ourselves.

She(WMBO) was serving box wine, but the good dinner wines were in her cooler inside. When we ran out of water she came over to me. "We're out of water." My first though was to offer to fill the contractors cooler I have in the garage with ice & water.

Instead. I said, "Woman," yeah that went over well right from the start, "how is this my problem?"

Icy glare.

But then: "Ok. Here's what I need. Go inside and get me all the wine from your cooler ..."

"Shut and go to the Giant."

As you wish.

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3/12/14 3:46 A

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ROFLMAO

Oh yes, that would definitely be a sign you've been going to Weightwatchers too long. LOL

And don't get me started on the unbalanced meal that is the Loaves and Fishes! What, no veggies???

Or the difference in calories and health benefits between water and wine.
I mean, was it white wine or red he turned that water into? There's a bunch of difference depending on which colour grapes you use. Its the antioxidants you know.
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... when you are sitting in church and the reading if about John the Baptist in the desert. He is eating nothing but wild honey and locust. And you think:

I know how many Points Plus Values are in Honey. But how would I count Locust. They're like a big bug, like shrimp. So I would count them as shrimp. But John was an observant Jew and shrimp aren't kosher so if they're like shrimp John wouldn't have them so they must be like something else ...

and you totally missed the point of the reading.

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