So I went to McDonalds last night and the girl at the window said "Oh your here kind of late tonight, usually your here during supper"...ME: yeah I know I come here wayy to often! I really need to limit myself! She was like "Oh well it doesn't show you look good!!" yeahh I know..I lost a bunch of weight though because I have diabetes! So then she started going on about how there's a bunch of sugar in the sandwiches and if I didn't want a sandwich they got cookies with tons of sugar which would be good for me.... it was kind of a sad situation but it was kind of funny too! Had a nice chuckle on the way back home that night.. sugar is good for diabetics lol nice...

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Comment by Gerri on April 25, 2012 at 4:18pm

Is funny & also sad. Hi, I'm a diabetic, please give me the cookies that have the most sugar.

Comment by TimmyMac on April 25, 2012 at 8:02pm

^^ will that be 1 for $.59 or 2 for $1.00? :)

the funny thing is, that sandwiches really don't have all that much sugar in them lol

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