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  1. #2911
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    Yes that would be much better

    I probably shouldn't be talking about cakes, I've been cake-free for 2 months now. But my sponsor thinks the more I talk about it the better. Cravings have reduced quite a bit, though I find I'm smoking more to compensate. Small price to pay I suppose.
    Excuse me, are you the Judean People's Front?

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  2. #2912
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    Thanks for the new avatar Marco, this pic was for your eyes only, and a few select friends. Now you've made it public, how will I ever be able to show my face at the Masonic lodge? I'm not even a full member yet.
    Excuse me, are you the Judean People's Front?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pigmy Pony View Post
    Yes that would be much better

    I probably shouldn't be talking about cakes, I've been cake-free for 2 months now. But my sponsor thinks the more I talk about it the better. Cravings have reduced quite a bit, though I find I'm smoking more to compensate. Small price to pay I suppose.
    The twelfth step is the hardest, where you have to go round and apologise to everyone for eating their cakes.


    Myself I was on the wagon for two years until I had some bad news one day and I ate an entire Cadbury's Flake cake. I was halfway through it before I even realised what I was doing. It's that fresh dairy cream. You never really lose the craving for it.

    The vet gave me a scrip so I'm back down to two chocolate eclairs a day. Feeling strong enough now that I think I can cut down it to one by the end of the month.
    Martin



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  4. #2914
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pigmy Pony View Post
    Thanks for the new avatar Marco, this pic was for your eyes only, and a few select friends. Now you've made it public, how will I ever be able to show my face at the Masonic lodge? I'm not even a full member yet.
    Resplendent in pink, dahling...

    It's *so* you!

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  5. #2915
    Join Date: Jun 2014

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macca View Post
    The twelfth step is the hardest, where you have to go round and apologise to everyone for eating their cakes.


    Myself I was on the wagon for two years until I had some bad news one day and I ate an entire Cadbury's Flake cake. I was halfway through it before I even realised what I was doing. It's that fresh dairy cream. You never really lose the craving for it.

    The vet gave me a scrip so I'm back down to two chocolate eclairs a day. Feeling strong enough now that I think I can cut down it to one by the end of the month.
    Thank you for sharing. A truly inspirational story.

    Apart from a few small consequences, like ridicule, obesity, heart disease, stroke, diabetes, teeth falling out, ours is a relatively benign addiction unlike the big four (alcohol, gambling, hard drugs, hi fi collecting) - these are the ones that wreck lives, so we should count ourselves lucky.
    Excuse me, are you the Judean People's Front?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy S View Post
    Thanks Steve. The icing was very well done & the record actually had grooves but everybody wanted to eat it so I'll never know what it was (Sugar Sugar?)
    Happy birthday Roy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hammer View Post
    Happy birthday Roy
    Thanks Martin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pigmy Pony View Post
    Thank you for sharing. A truly inspirational story.

    Apart from a few small consequences, like ridicule, obesity, heart disease, stroke, diabetes, teeth falling out, ours is a relatively benign addiction unlike the big four (alcohol, gambling, hard drugs, hi fi collecting) - these are the ones that wreck lives, so we should count ourselves lucky.
    I love it! The ďBig FourĒ! Thankfully Iíve never done any gambling.

    Russell

  9. #2919
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    I donít quite know what to say about this, so Iím just leaving it here. The caption did say it was fully functional. So where does one buy the tiny records?

    Russell

  10. #2920
    Join Date: Jun 2014

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    Amazon(ian Shrunken Heads). The catalogue is quite small, but they've just added "Giant" by Rag 'n' Bone Man/Calvin Harris. Gonna be huge.
    Excuse me, are you the Judean People's Front?

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