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This Could Be My Undoing


Copper Diem said…
If they make that size for the pretzel ones, I'm doomed!
Melissa Meman said…
omg! If I bought that, I would be a goner...but I would have probably gotten the peanut butter ones instead!
Courtney said…
I love peanut M&M's. I would be afraid that I would eat them all in one sitting.......
Francy said…
We would be glad to help you out. you could share with us!
Boot ~C said…
XXL in M&M is just wrong!(did it come in dark chocolate....)
romantic decay said…
I here ya! Love M&M peanuts.
Pretty Things said…
my undoing was that size in pretzel m&m
I buy that bag size (milk choc M&Ms) and fill up one of my canisters in the kitchen. It sounds dangerous, but would you believe that just having them there all the time really does keep me from binging. Because they are plentiful, I seem to eat less. Go figure.
Mellisa said…
Candy + Costco = serious trouble!
Good luck with the willpower :)
Doreen said…
Noooooooo! Don't open them!

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