Chocoholics Anonymous: The Chocolate Fast, Day 6

I had NO IDEA what I was getting myself into when I started this chocolate fast.

On Sunday May 6, which was day two, I think I actually experienced withdrawal symptoms. My wife will say I was just depressed because I had to go to work the next day. But we all know she doesn't understand.

I crave chocolate constantly. I'm thinking about it ALL the TIME.

And I'm getting no empathy at home either. Here's Laura's take on it:

I just don't get this no chocolate for a month thing. It's preposterous. Just don't eat any. How hard is that? What's the big deal?

And to give you an idea of how my cards are stacked gene-wise, here's what my one of my sisters had to say:

YIKES!! 30 whole days without chocolate? I made it three days once or twice... and ONE time I made it for 10 days. It sucked.

So there you go. Maybe it's the chocolate withdrawal talking here, but it sure seems like everything's against me.


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3 comments:

Kevin Jones said...

Dude! I'm sorry but you need some serious help . . .

The Sister said...

Tell Laura she'd better fake a little empathy, or she might get choked to death!!

Sean said...

Bro I'm feelin this one (maybe because we're related, I inherited the chocolate gene). :)
I've never been on a chocolate fast, it sounds like a =n idiotic thing to do.
I'm sure that was my mom who said "YIKES!! 30 whole days?...."