We made a brief stop at Coles straight after work yesterday to buy some Philedephia cream cheese. Our housemate informed us that it's currently on offer and if we were to buy 2 packets of the product, we would get 2 dessert glasses for free. I really really like the glasses and have been meaning to get something similar for when I make individual tiramisu or deconstructed cheesecake. I ended up getting 4 packets of the cream cheese =_____= Now to figure out what to do with them. Fatty bon-bon, here I come.
Remember the adage about not going shopping for food when you're really hungry? Well, I was famished, so everything looked so tempting. I was so hungry, my ability to make judgements was impaired. Here's an example of the conversation between my sister and I when we were trying to pick which bread to choose:
Bi: So which one should we get? Bread A costs a bit more but it's packed with grains and expires later than Bread B. Bread B costs a little less but comes with less grainy goodness.
Me: (looking at the breads) Bread A is thickly cut and has less slices. Bread B is thinly cut and has MORE slices. Should we get bread B?
Bi: You think so? But bread A looks healthier and we probably can't finish bread B before it expires?
Me: But we'd definitely finish bread A in a day! We could have 2 slices of bread B per day!
Bi: You're only saying that cause you're hungry now
Me: ....Ok...Let's get bread A then but one slice is not enough...I want cereals with the bread
FYI, we havnt even touched the bread and usually dont eat much breakfast anyway. See how scary shopping on empty stomach is. Another conversation regarding chips:
Me: I spy chips on sale!!! 3 for $8!
Bi: I thought we're going to eat healthier now?
Me: They have a new flavour!! Mediterranean thick cut chips!!
Bi: Feed me in the car while I'm driving!
After that I ushered my sister out of the shop saying "Lets get out before we buy anything else we dont need", when in actual fact, I was dying to eat the chips. Lol.