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RE: [IP] OREOS



Ok, Ok :-))  

I'm still looking for the EDITOR for the 'Humor & the Pump' page.

Any one of you WAGS ready to take up the challenge??

Michael


> and let's not forget the Girl Scout Thin Mint cookie police
> (GSTM)...my downfall!  Sue email @ redacted
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> Sara (and anyone else in the audience who is watching this thread):
> 
> (Note: This is very heavy tongue in cheek humor here - be warned)...
> 
> I have always understood that if you eat *Just One* the Oreo Police
> (OP) will come to get you. They will then force you to eat the
> required "suggested serving size" (always listed on the package
> label) as a minimum, or fine you heavily.
> 
> Note that the Oreo Police are closely teamed with the Lay's Potato
> Chip Police (LPCP). They are all intimidated by pumpers, because
> they know we have good control over what we choose to eat and how we
> deal with this freedom.
> 
> I try to avoid confrontations like this, so when snacking, as a
> minimum starting point, I *always* go with the amount listed on the
> label, just to be safe. There is a reason that all this good
> information is printed there and I don't want to offend the label
> author.
> 
> If I know that the Snack Police (SP) are patrolling the
> neighborhood, I will take extras, just to be sure. I don't want to
> be caught short if they decide to visit my house ;-). At times, this
> has caused me to eat entire packages of snacks in anticipation, only
> to find out that the rumor was not true. Fortunately, my pump lets
> me recover ;-)
> 
> Bob
> 
> (laughing, wondering what our conversations look like to visitors)
> 
> 
> >WHY wuld you wANT to eat just one?  One isn't even a complete serving!  Isn't
> >the point of the pump to allow us this freedom, IF WE CHOOSE???
> >
> >  Buddy, I am getting a little irritated at you rebuffing everything I say
> >regarding diet and food like I am some kind of binge eating porker.  Back
> off.
> >
> >*-)=8 xoxx
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