With a little help from my friends…

Why it’s important to have co-workers involved in your Dukan Diet.

Funny story, had to share.  There are these amazing biscuits in the kitchen at work (US people – UK cookies are called biscuits.) They’re such good biscuits.  M&S biscuits. Chocolatey, crunchy, totally delish.  I’ve not had one in aaaaages.

But today, there was only 3 of us in the office and rather than someone just going to the kitchen to get themselves a biscuit, Iain went and brought out the whole box, and put it on the edge of my desk – my desk being equidistant from the kitchen and Natalie’s desk.

My god those biscuits smelt soo good.  One was a little crumbled, and my fingers twitched towards a small, 1cm squared crumb of it.

“This little piece won’t hurt my diet,” I said, but before I knew it, Natalie had leaned across the desk and, in her best ex-teachers voice, scolded me –

“Don’t be ridiculous,” and with this she snatched the crumb out of my hand, throwing it in the bin. “You won’t even enjoy it, and then you’ll just feel guilty.”

I have to add that I was practically rolling around the floor laughing by this point.  She’s hilarious.

It’s good to have co-workers/friends on board with your diet.

Thanks Nat. 😉

One response to this post.

  1. […] DAY ONLY and we’re going to do lunch darling. This is, by the way, the very same Natalie who snatched the tiny crumb of biscuit out of my hand at work last year, when I was about to cave into the desire to eat it. Read about […]

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