Recently Hubby and I went out to eat. Somehow, we got on the topic of breakfast, and Hubby mentioned that during a recent morning commute to work, the dry cereal he had brought to munch on just didn't seem that appealing anymore.
What did Hubby want to eat instead? A doughnut.
Both Hubby and I have been experiencing weight gain in the last few years. Nothing extreme, but neither of us is in the shape we once were, or in the shape we'd like to be.
So Hubby tells himself that he does not need a doughnut. The cereal he brought is just fine. He continues on his way, and then remembers that he is low on gas, and needs to stop at a gas station before work.
This is somewhat problematic, because the station he has stopped at also sells doughnuts.
"I do not need a doughnut, I do not need a dough nut, I do not need a doughnut," Hubby tells himself.
This strategy almost works. Almost. Before leaving, Hubby notices that the station has a special on doughnuts: by one, get one free.
So what does Hubby do? I'll let him tell you in his own words:
"So I didn't buy a doughnut. I bought two."