Taste or Addiction?





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Published on Jan 2, 2011

Many smokers say they do it for the taste. We don't have to believe them.

I never feel the need to go to the toilet on a train to eat anchovies.

I never pull over the car on a long journey to buy more anchovies.

When I step off an aeroplane in a new exciting country my first thought is not about anchovies.

I don't feel the need to subscribe to a newsgroup about eating anchovies.

I don't identify myself as a consumer of anchovies.

Most of the people who know me would not be able to tell you whether or not I was an anchovy eater.

The first time I ate anchovies I didn't boast about to my friends or hide it from my parents.

I don't feel the need to eat anchovies after I have sex.

I have never cajoled anybody to eat anchovies.

I have never felt the need to insult people who don't eat anchovies.

I don't lie to my doctor or my insurance company about how many anchovies I eat.

I have never begged for money and then spent it on anchovies.

I have never spent money on anchovies that should go to feed and clothe my children.

I never start to shake when I haven't eaten anchovies.

I never lose my temper due to cravings for anchovies.

I don't have a favourite brand of anchovies.

I feel entirely comfortable about eating anchovies.

I never feel the need to eat anchovies to be sociable.

I have never eaten an anchovy without being conscious of doing so.

I have never asked my boss for break on another pretext and then eaten an anchovy.

I have never considered quitting eating anchovies, or felt the need to deny I had.

If you want to debate this matter in depth join my debate forum: http://right2think.org/index.php/forum/

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