By candice - Reserved
Today, I had to tell all the trick-or-treaters that I'd run out of candy. I'd actually bought about $50 worth of candy, but managed to eat all of it by myself, sitting alone in my apartment, exactly like last year. FML
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Nobody wants to hang around that type of person OP, someone whose selfish, self-pitying, and I imagine quite obese; it's up to you to make the changes that you want in your life. You can't justifiably sit around feeling sorry for your self when you haven't taken any initiative to make these changes to begin with, it's time to be a big girl (no pun intended) and start taking some responsibility

  Jovecove  |  13

Greedy lil pig! $50 worth of candies can be evenly shared with the neighbourhood, considering you can buy bulks and huge ass bags of em at $3!

  evilplatypus  |  38

If they both buy fifty dollars worth of candy and divide it evenly amongst themselves, they'll still each have fifty dollars worth of candy.
Your logic confuses me.

  Savra_fml  |  17

64, OP would have company & would not have to sit alone. Also would give them the opportunity to swap candies, or have competitions who eats the most in 3 minutes, or who can lick the chocolate off without breaking the biscuit underneath, etc. Where is your party spirit?

  J3R3MYY  |  14

Also if they put their money together to get $50 each worth of candy and put it together it still looks like more. U'll never be alone again OP. Im proud of u.

  VeganVampyre  |  26

165- Why not? Lots of people love candy. And junk food + movie marathon/ video game parties are awesome! :D
I eat tons of candy at every holiday and my boyfriend doesn't seem to care...

  syki  |  22

(Stereo)typically, those two things are mutually exclusive. Good choice of conjunction, then, but I'm afraid your meaning is a bit ambiguous.