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  • SamhaelSamhael Member RarePosts: 1,204
    One of the best videos to date!
  • SovrathSovrath Member LegendaryPosts: 26,175
    So Cute!



  • CaffynatedCaffynated Member RarePosts: 434
    DMKano said:

    Alverant said:





    Who puts cookies in the fridge?




    Someone who doesn't want their kids, who aren't strong enough to open the door, getting to them.



    The real question is - why even buy cookies in the first place?

    No junk food - win-win for everyone.

    DMKano said:
    DMKano said:

    Alverant said:





    Who puts cookies in the fridge?




    Someone who doesn't want their kids, who aren't strong enough to open the door, getting to them.



    The real question is - why even buy cookies in the first place?

    No junk food - win-win for everyone.
    You must run a mad house! ;)
    My kids don't even ask anymore - because they know there's no cookies in the house :)

    My wife and I are not tempted to eat them either.

    Again - everyone wins

    Little kids don't need to be eating junk food all the time, but just saying no happy little cookies at all? Madness!

    Keeping them active and outdoors instead of inside on the computer/console is way more important to their health and growth than denying them sweets.

    Give that kid a cookie, and then wind 'em up and turn 'em loose in the backyard with their friends.
  • TheHiveLeaderTheHiveLeader Video MaestroMember RarePosts: 212

    DMKano said:




    DMKano said:



    Alverant said:








    Who puts cookies in the fridge?






    Someone who doesn't want their kids, who aren't strong enough to open the door, getting to them.






    The real question is - why even buy cookies in the first place?



    No junk food - win-win for everyone.



    You must run a mad house! ;)


    My kids don't even ask anymore - because they know there's no cookies in the house :)

    My wife and I are not tempted to eat them either.

    Again - everyone wins



    It's about moderation. Let your kids go nuts on junk food and yeah, that's bad. Having a cookie every once in awhile? It's fine. It's all about making sure your kids get enough exercise and proper nutrition. I've seen kids who eat extremely healthy food, but eat far too much and still end up with health issues.

    My kids are doing just fine :-)
  • ConstantineMerusConstantineMerus Member EpicPosts: 2,574
    DMKano said:
    DMKano said:

    Alverant said:





    Who puts cookies in the fridge?




    Someone who doesn't want their kids, who aren't strong enough to open the door, getting to them.



    The real question is - why even buy cookies in the first place?

    No junk food - win-win for everyone.
    You must run a mad house! ;)
    My kids don't even ask anymore - because they know there's no cookies in the house :)

    My wife and I are not tempted to eat them either.

    Again - everyone wins
    I agree with your method. I realized the best way to stop eating is to stop buying. 
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  • SovrathSovrath Member LegendaryPosts: 26,175
    DMKano said:
    DMKano said:

    Alverant said:





    Who puts cookies in the fridge?




    Someone who doesn't want their kids, who aren't strong enough to open the door, getting to them.



    The real question is - why even buy cookies in the first place?

    No junk food - win-win for everyone.
    You must run a mad house! ;)
    My kids don't even ask anymore - because they know there's no cookies in the house :)

    My wife and I are not tempted to eat them either.

    Again - everyone wins
    I agree with your method. I realized the best way to stop eating is to stop buying. 
    meh, a few cookies are fine. If anything it's a good way to teach moderation.

    I believe that life is supposed to be lived.

    I have a friend who tries to never touch anything "bad for you" and then when she does she beats herself up.

    The gentle taste of a Ferrero Rocher makes life just that much better!
    ConstantineMerusScot



  • ConstantineMerusConstantineMerus Member EpicPosts: 2,574
    Sovrath said:
    DMKano said:
    DMKano said:

    Alverant said:





    Who puts cookies in the fridge?




    Someone who doesn't want their kids, who aren't strong enough to open the door, getting to them.



    The real question is - why even buy cookies in the first place?

    No junk food - win-win for everyone.
    You must run a mad house! ;)
    My kids don't even ask anymore - because they know there's no cookies in the house :)

    My wife and I are not tempted to eat them either.

    Again - everyone wins
    I agree with your method. I realized the best way to stop eating is to stop buying. 
    meh, a few cookies are fine. If anything it's a good way to teach moderation.

    I believe that life is supposed to be lived.

    I have a friend who tries to never touch anything "bad for you" and then when she does she beats herself up.

    The gentle taste of a Ferrero Rocher makes life just that much better!
    I said the best method is to stop buying. I never said I have stopped buying. Have you learned nothing about me? 
    Sovrath
    • "One of the most difficult tasks men can perform, however much others may despise it, is the invention of good games and it cannot be done by men out of touch with their instinctive selves." - Carl Jung
    • Song of the Week: One Second from One Second (1997) by Paradise Lost
    • Gaming Timeline: Arcade, Commodore 64, Amiga 500, SEGA, IBM, PS, PC, PS2, More PCs, PS3, Giant PC, PS4, No More PCs, PS4 Pro. 
    • Adopted @Kyleran as my virtual father - I put him in my signature since he worries about me all the time and this way he can keep track of me when I talk to strangers here!
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