Geeks With Blogs
Next Gen Developer Web x.0, conferences and more...

Well every year Easter comes around and every year I suffer at the hands of this rather odd tradition of chocolate Easter Egg giving.  This year I have told my parents I will ONLY go up and see them IF they promise NOT to give me an Easter Egg... And fortunately for me they have promised that they won't give me any this year!  Last year I had 5 eggs... it took me 3 months to eat them.

I know... you all probably think I am mad, however I am one of those few people that don't particularly like chocolate and in fact it makes me rather ill.  I am intolerant to lactose so please!  If you see me with an easter egg, please take it off my hands!  I can't eat it... I won't eat it and if I do then I will suffer!

In fact if you do see me with chocolate, or anything dairy in my hands and I look like I am about to eat it... stop me and take it away! (It's for my own good!)

ps... if you are wondering what sort of reaction I have to it... I get very tired, lethargic and bad tempered... oh and eventually fall asleep for a long time.  When I wake up I am dehydrated and have a headache... all in all not good!


Posted on Monday, April 10, 2006 12:24 AM Personal , Geek Dinners , London Girl Geek Dinners | Back to top

Comments on this post: Avoiding the Easter Bunny!

# re: Avoiding the Easter Bunny!
Requesting Gravatar...
"I get very ... bad tempered"

Sorry, how do we tell again? :p

And please, have you ever tried taking chocolate off a woman? As if I don't have enough problems, without adding physical injury to the list.

(And Waitrose are selling dairy free easter eggs this year)
Left by barryd on Apr 10, 2006 2:08 AM

# re: Avoiding the Easter Bunny!
Requesting Gravatar...
please could someone tell me where to find a dairy free easter egg that won't break the bank for my son! He is only 2 but this year we don't want him to miss out but to remortgage the house is extreme!
Left by katrina on Mar 07, 2008 8:10 PM

Your comment:
 (will show your gravatar)

Copyright © Sarah Blow | Powered by: