On the Persistence of Cravings


(NOODLE Soup) The joys of ramen. (Image sourced from Google.)

For some bizarre reason, I’ve been craving ramen a lot lately.

The problem with cravings, which I’m sure all women will appreciate, is that they tend to leave one feeling unsatisfied in a very disgruntled way until they’re finally indulged. In other words, it doesn’t matter if you’ve had a full meal—you just don’t feel like you’ve actually eaten anything…much.

Which is why Oscar Wilde had it absolutely right: The surest way to get rid of a temptation is to give in to it.

Here’s to giving in. Again and again.

Yum.

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2 thoughts on “On the Persistence of Cravings

  1. Tess says:

    Double yum here! (Talking about ramen, I had a bowl of it last night sans the meat. It was a $0.99 meal: a good reason to do it again and again. With this economy, food is gold these days. Sigh.

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