They look pretty eggselent to me. What's the problem?Thanks for visiting Bear's "new den" stories.
Hi Rob-bear. I find the problem is that they are my daughters and I am highly likely to be possessed by the chocolate demon at some point and eat the lot (in one go). My 9yo is not human as she can leave them untouched for months and months. Where can I find replacement Easter eggs in December?
Hide them in a cupboard! That's the only way H and R's eggs survive (me) until they - eventually - eat them.PS: Those are obviously a particularly rude type of egg too because no way are you 'fatty'. All the more reason to lock them up...
I now have post Easter egg guilt!!Planning chocolate free days. Oh dearChrisartist
Good idea Mags, have now tried that but I can still hear them taunting me behind those closed doors :( I have absolutely no will power. Chrisartist - good luck with your chocolate free days (they are selling them off at ridiculously low prices at the moment, very tempting!)
I can ignore chocolate but not crisps. Husband has left a half-eaten tube of the well-known brand but I can't eat those! I have coeliac, and the coating contains wheat starch. I wish he'd hurry up and finish them!
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