The other day I was craving some chips and dip. We didn't have anything in the house that met the chip-n-dip criteria, so I resisted. But another day passed and I was still dreaming of a delectable, dippy snack.
Wouldn't you know it, the toilet paper supply got dangerously low and I had to make a Kroger run. And there, in the dairy aisle, was tub after tub of French Onion dip. And the Kroger brand wavy chips were 10 for $10. My hand hovered above the regular dip but I managed to move over to the low-fat dip. I HATE the way the low-fat kind gets that oily water on top after a day or so, but I was trying to be responsible in my snacking.
I came home and resisted for the longest four minutes of my life and then I dove in. Later that night, I snacked some more in front of a Braves game. The next day, I ate some more. The day after that, I scraped the bottom of the 4-ounce container with a chip and thought, "Well, at least it was the fat free kind."
Only it WASN'T.