Tuesday, April 3, 2012

I don't drink the milk from my cereal bowl.

I know that is bad, but I never have. It is my only odd habit. LOL! BUT, I try to have just enough or even less milk than I need to eat my cereal. Maybe I should have heard about this when I was a kid.

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McVal said...

I've always drank it all up. Or kept dumping in more cereal until it's all gone...

Frances said...

I have done the dumping more cereal in.

SonyaAnn said...

I have a terrible addiction to the Reese's puffs. It's almost a sin. Just more information about me that you didn't need.

Frances said...

I don't know that I have tried Reese's puffs. I have bought them, but I think they went home with kids. I think I will stay away from them altogether, so as not to get addicted. LOL!