I had a friend who, dangerously and almost fatally (I'd say as it seemed at the time) slipped on a chip as she exited a nightclub. She'd said 'yes' to chips earlier that night.
Add crisps and sweets to the list..
Yes. Chips should carry a safety warning.I agree that crisps should go on the list but I am not a great sweetie fan. I have said "no" to sweeties.In-car sweeties are essential - I favour something called "aromatics" - little, cinnamon flavoured lozenges or extra strong mints.
How about doughnuts? Said yes to takeaway chips on the windy beach today (just for the extra sand-crunch) and a portion of doughnuts on the pier. Why yes? I don't even like 'em. Before I know it, I'll be on forty a day and down the doughnut cessation clinic.
Hello Jules,Captain Nice here just filling in for my pal, Mr Weasel. I must point out, politely, that doughnuts are fattening. I can give you the number for cwispy cweme anonymous if you have come to a point of wealisation about your pwoblem.(40-a-day! sounds like a case of Wenommiershmiss!)Kind wegards,Captain Nice (fighting all things that aren't nice)
I said no to chips one day last week. Wife had suggested chips for dinner. I said no, because I'd had chips for lunch.
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