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Three ways to be more rational in the new year by Steven Pinker.

"When sated, we can throw out the chocolate so that when we're hungry there's nothing to binge on."

If it's bad chocolate then, sure, but if it's good chocolate then it's nice to save some for later. It can be a good feeling finding something you had saved and forgotten about. In my case I never forget, and it calls to me like a siren song. πŸ™‚


RhondaShotwell 7 Dec 31

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I'm going to put my holiday chocolate in the freezer, since it's easy for me to leave alone, and it will go bad before I eat am tempted to eat it. I do like to give myself a treat now and then, but out of sight, out of mind for the most part. πŸ™‚


There is no bad chocolate, only better chocolate.


Another example of dingbattery by Pinker. What’s wrong with 90%+ chocolate?



Hitting my sweet spot, my daughter gave me a small box of assorted Frango dark chocolates for Christmas.

Naturally, I dug through the box and ate the mint chocolates first. πŸ™‚

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