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I wrote and article on Hub Pages titled Please Don't Buy Me Candy for Valentine's Day.
I didn't think to tell anyone on the home front about it. I didn't think I had to.
Because I'm Diabetic. So, I ended up with a really large Red Valentine's Box of Candy, my daughter received a smaller one full of Turtles Chocolates, and two grandsons also received candy.
Do you think I could refuse??? bjp
I feel your pain. I'm allergic to soy which happens to be in all chocolate in some form or another. If someone gives me chocolate I usually tell them I'm allergic but that I know a chocoholic who will be so happy to take them off my hands. Then I thank them for the thinking of me and either give the chocolates to a friend or a homeless person in my neighborhood.
I feel it's best to be honest about the fact you can't eat them but in a way that doesn't hurt the gift givers feelings.
Just my personal thoughts. Good luck
That would be a better idea. No, it was the real thing. Our first real argument was because he didn't buy me a big or little box of Valentine candy.
So, I'm guessing he didn't want to face that. I should have mentioned it, Really.
I love candy, and most sugar, but it's like poison to me. (What isn't?) . I also love Bacon, but...
SOY! I also am allergic to it. I can taste small amounts of it, anything larger and I get nauseated.
Anyone else out there not a soy lover???
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