Sugar-Free Isn’t Always Better

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A friend of mine sent me a link to this picture.

It’s definitely worth clicking through and having a read.  It had us in stitches as we read it.  Tears were rolling down my face.  Weird looks were received from onlookers.

Probably not too appropriate for work or dial up connections (do people have those anymore?).

If anyone’s tried sugar-free lollies, I’m interested to hear whether this issue is a common occurrence…

6 thoughts on “Sugar-Free Isn’t Always Better

  1. I CANNOT STOP LAUGHING. i have cried all of my mascara off. i didn’t realize one of my colleagues was downstairs and he came up to see if i was all right.

    this is one of the greatest things on the internet.

  2. Hilarious! My youngest son used to love sugar free soft mints. They were more flatulence inducers than actual laxatives thank heavens. I vividly remember having to apologise to the rows of people behind us at football. The smell was horrible and I’m sure they all thought it was me. Obviously it couldn’t have been the cute little blonde boy with big, innocent, blue eyes.

  3. That picture with the reviews is HILARIOUS! And it’s so true with sugar free candy. I will never forget the time I went to see Pirates of the Caribbean and ate sugar free Jolly Rancher hard candy…

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