It is time to feel better. Plain and simple. Clinging to coffee, sugar and chocolate may get your through the day, but they are a temporary fixes for deeper discomforts. Fatigue. Anxiety. Insomnia. Constipation. Cravings. Ringing any bells?
On New Year’s Eve last Monday, a few minutes before eight p.m., a 40-something man–5’10”, 170 pounds (read more at The Baltimore Sun)–strode through a Royal Farms in Fells Point tossing boxes of candy bars into a bag he’d brought from home.
“Are you stealing that?” asked the slack-jawed clerk.
“Yes,” replied the bold, weapon-free thief, who stole $180 worth of candy and still remains on the potentially sugar-spiked run this week.
An employee stood in his exiting path, but he merely pushed her aside. My semi-serious question for the guy: Did you perhaps intend to stop eating candy on January 1, and therefore binge wicked bad on 12/31?