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To think there is something very wrong with me....

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RunAwayWife Fri 29-Jul-11 16:45:54

....as I just opened a bar of chocolate, looked at it thought urgh wrapped it up and put it back in the fridge????

Help what is happening to me!!

ImperialBlether Fri 29-Jul-11 16:50:26

I think you will have to have a lie down and not come downstairs until you feel normal again.

Otherwise, send it to me.

AgentZigzag Fri 29-Jul-11 16:50:54

Pregnant?

CheerMum Fri 29-Jul-11 16:51:51

was it dark chocolate? (can't stand the stuff meself)

addictediam Fri 29-Jul-11 16:57:08

agent thats the firt thing i thought of too!! grin sorry wifey

mumatron Fri 29-Jul-11 16:57:57

what agent said.

AgentZigzag Fri 29-Jul-11 16:58:59

It can explain a multitude of weird behaviours addicted grin

LetThereBeRock Fri 29-Jul-11 17:00:11

YANBU.There's something wrong with anyone who ruins perfectly good chocolate by putting it in the fridge.

overthehillmum Fri 29-Jul-11 17:00:50

I went off chocolate when I was pregnant, and never liked it again...sob sob sob......makes me feel sick to smell it still... 20 years later....

Poweredbypepsi Fri 29-Jul-11 17:02:56

Yes pregnant - I am a chocolate addict and yet at the moment even the sight of it makes me feel like throwing up.

AgentZigzag Fri 29-Jul-11 17:26:32

OP's not been back, gone out to buy a pregnancy test? grin

Thumbwitch Fri 29-Jul-11 17:27:12

Wifey!!!!! Pregnant.

The only time in my life I have been off chocolate is the first 3m being pg with DS.

Just sayin'...

Oh actually, that's not quite true - I did go off it completely when I was in the depths of despair when my first fiancé ran off with a secretary at work. But then I didn't eat anything for 4 weeks. So if not pg, then possibly seriously distraught?

addictediam Fri 29-Jul-11 17:27:48

shes probably rocking in a corner somewhere scared that were all right! grin

i'm sure wifey will be back soon

harassedandherbug Fri 29-Jul-11 17:28:22

Yup, pregnant!

I'm 19wks and there's been a bar sat in my fridge untouched for two weeks now. Normally it wouldn't have lasted two mins!

Lifeissweet Fri 29-Jul-11 17:30:55

I'm 13 weeks and normally don't touch it, but feel really drawn to it right now. If you're not going to eat it, then I'll have it!

GetOffOfMyCloud Fri 29-Jul-11 17:31:46

following the trend - I'm pg and can't stand the stuff anymore sad

have a biscuit instead!!

TrillianAstra Fri 29-Jul-11 17:39:35

Is it a stinky fridge so the chocolate now smells of fridge?

Honeydragon Fri 29-Jul-11 18:49:17

Trillian finding Fridges stinky is also often a sign of pregnancy wink

cheekeymonkey Fri 29-Jul-11 18:51:57

Do you think you may have inadvertaintly been hypnotised whilst watching some cobblers on sky483874plus1 by McKenna?

SecretNutellaFix Fri 29-Jul-11 20:40:44

Well, I am a notorious chocoholic but I too am off chocolate- it's no longer as satisfying. I am not pregnant- there is no way I can be, before anyone suggests the same for me.

I do usually go off it a bit in very hot/ humid weather so maybe it's that?

olibeansmummy Fri 29-Jul-11 20:52:15

Yep the only time I've ever gone off chocolate is when I was pregnant!

alowVera Fri 29-Jul-11 20:55:38

I used to have chocolate and cheese sandwiches when i was pregnant (grated chocolate not spread).

fishandlilacs Fri 29-Jul-11 21:00:25

Yup pregnant and off chocolate here too, it's like cardboard in my mouth if I have some. Yak.

SnapesPlaything Fri 29-Jul-11 21:39:15

I went off chocolate once and it was great! Had just been very ill and felt no need for it when got better, am an addict so possibility of losing loads of weight was making me happy.

Then sappy ex went and bought me a massive bar, then looked about to cry when I said I dodn't want it. Ate it to stop him blubbing all over me (again) and was addicted again [anger]

thisisyesterday Fri 29-Jul-11 21:47:36

"YANBU.There's something wrong with anyone who ruins perfectly good chocolate by putting it in the fridge."

yes... that! exactly what I was going to say

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