You’ve probably heard that the best thing to eat every day is a snickers bar.

However, it’s not always easy to eat a snick-free snicker every day.

Here’s why.


You can’t get enough of your favourite flavours You can certainly find them on grocery store shelves, but you probably have a soft spot for sweet or salty food.

Snickers are known for being a sweet, salty, and chewy snack, so it makes sense that the snickers are also a favourite of mine.

When I was young, my favourite snacks were ice cream, chips, chips and more chips.

I’m not quite sure why I’m still doing it, but I like to imagine it’s because I’ve been conditioned to crave the sweet, crunchy taste of Snickers bars.

So it’s no surprise that I also crave snickers, particularly when I’ve got a cold.

So, as I age, I’ll still have the urge to eat one, but it’s going to be a lot harder to do.

I also find myself going to the grocery store more often than I used to, because of how tempting it is to grab a few Snickers and go for a walk with friends.


Snickerdodging isn’t the only thing that can be unhealthy You know that moment when you see the most disgusting food on the shelf and you just have to grab it?

Well, the same thing happens when I’m feeling hungry, but not in the way you might imagine.

Snickering is just one of the things I do every day, whether it’s in a restaurant, on the bus, or in the car.

I do it for several reasons, and it all comes down to snacking.

Snacking can make you crave unhealthy food because you’re craving the good stuff, and snacking can also make you overeat.

Snacks are one of those things that you can’t stop eating when you’re hungry, so I find myself getting hooked on them almost every day – even when I don’t want to.

I’ll get on a bus or a train and just stare at the snacks and then start eating, just to feel satisfied.


Eating too much snickers will get you a cold It’s no secret that snickers can make me sick if I eat too much, but there’s another reason why I like snickers: I like having a cold, too.

A cold can be scary, and I’ve experienced it myself.

I have the flu, I’m in the ICU, and my temperature has dropped by more than 10 degrees.

So when I see cold medicine being offered at the hospital, I don