OK, who's guilty? Not me!

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Why would anyone, diabetic or not, want to eat Peeps? Every time I walk past them, I nearly gag.

Brian I am with you. I hate those things.

Now malted speckled eggs are a different story. My wife has to hid the bag and give them to me like 4 at a time for lunch.

+1 there is a box sitting untouched in our conference room. I'm thinking of finding out who brought them in and regifting the peeps back to them at Christmas.

Not guilty this year but all the other years.............beyond GUILTY!!!! LOVE 'em!!!! Din't really like jellybeans though............weird huh????

GUILTY!! I LOVE those things!!! (but at least they were the sugar free kind this year)

Do they really make Sugar Free Peeps?

Yup! They're pretty good too. I can only have one at a time since they're so darn sweet!

hahaha

yeah, i was surprised too when my mom gave them to me.
"Peeps! awesome!"
"not JUST peeps... SUGAR FREE peeps!"
"O_O!"

Funny. I didn't eat em but I bought them for my kids from the Easter Bunny. I ate a Godiva chocolate bunny ear, I'm only human. That and honey baked ham made for a bigger dose day, but worth it. :)

ewwww! Peeps remind me of sponges...I wouldn't eat them if someone paid me...well maybe if someone paid me I would but that's the only way. My grandmother used to always get Peeps but she also liked those marshmellowy circus peanut things? Anybody know what I'm talking about? I didn't like those either.

My faves as a kid were malted chocolate speckled eggs, gold brick eggs and Reeses eggs. My daughter loves Reeses eggs so thats what I always buy her.

I was good this year and skipped the candy. :)

Yep know exactly what ur talking about and love them too. Ugh not a good D when it comers to Peeps and Circus peanuts! LOL!

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