Is The Greatest Candy On Earth Fat Shaming Me?
I know that we need to be a healthier society. We need to eat smaller portions, get more diet and exercise, more sleep, and reduce stress. What we DON'T need is 'diet' Reese's Peanut Butter Cups. I realize I have a problem, Reese's. You don't need to remind me.
The truth, is once I dig into a pack of your peanut butter cups (or a bag of the mini's) there's no stopping this train. Hershey's started this mess, and now they're trying to fix it. It's simply too late and it won't work.
I'm way past the point of no return. The peanut butter cup, with it's salty creamy delicious peanut butter has acted as a sort of gateway for me. I pretty much melt peanut butter on everything now and carry a jar in my work bag with a spoon (that I may or may not have washed in weeks) so I can dive in at any moment. I want Reese's PB cups on my cookies, in my ice cream, and mixed into my cheesecake. Little tin foil wrappers with the logo on it can be found in my house and on the floor of my Jeep.