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SugarBaby is our resident guru of all things tasty and sweet. Yes she is only 3 years old, but in matters of sugar and chocolate, age is nothing but a number. Our faith in her is unwavering, and our reward has been a keen insight into the world of candy and sweets like no other. You can find a skeptic on every corner, but a rock solid sweet tooth? Few and far between. If you have doubt in your heart, why don't you go ahead and Tweet her some of your innermost candy dilemmas or your sultry chocolate temptations. Hopefully she will deem it worthy of her time and provide you with a life-altering response. As she would say: "Smoooches!"
Q:
Sometimes when I eat a lot candy in a short time I get a mean sugar high, but I don't want to stop. I still crave more sweet candy! Is the sugar high a sign I should stop or is it OK for me to continue and completely satisfy my urge for candy?
-High on Sugar in Chicago
A:
Are you serious? One little sugar high is no reason to stop eating candy, that's crazy. Have you ever had 2 sugar highs back to back? Three in a row? Once during a continuous 48 hour sugar hhhiiiiigghh I did 5,677 jumping jacks, memorized my multiplication tables in English, Spanish and Mandarin, finished 7 coloring books, memorized all of the countries of Europe, Africa and Asia and built a scale replica of the Hancock Tower out of 3,449 popsicle sticks. Sure I woke up face down on my slip-n-slide in my bathtub after I crashed - but don't worry about how I'm living my life. Smoooches!
Q:
SugarBaby, does candy cause acne? My mother said I shouldn't eat so many sweets and my father swears I'll never land a prom date if I don't start controlling my sweet tooth.
-Alone in Atlanta
A:
No candy does not cause acne, stress does. Tell your parents to stop stressing you out. If anything, you should eat MORE candy to de-stress. As for a prom date, who cares? I got one word for you: College. Prom won't even matter in 6 months. Smoooches!
Q:
SugarBaby, I find that I use chocolate as a coping mechanism. Whenever I'm stressed I go straight to a piece of milky, smooth, delicious chocolate. My fiancee thinks it would be better for our relationship if I go with her to therapy and find a better means to deal with stress.
- Engaged in East Baltimore
A:
OMG! Therapy and you're NOT EVEN married yet. Let me save you a lot of stress, chocolate, time and therapy bills...are you ready? Okay sit down, here it comes....all together now...tell that broad to go kick rocks. You can and will do waaaaay better. Chocolate is made to alleviate stress. It is a designated coping mechanism, it says so in the ingredients - the word 'coping' is derived from 'cocoa.' Smoooches!
Q:
Aren't you worried about cavities and tooth decay? All that candy is not healthy! Do you think you are setting a good example for the youth? And that name -'Temptation' - that's far too suggestive for young people!
-Concerned Mother in Queens
A:
Okay, who brought the wet blanket to the picnic? You sound like a lot of fun. In case you didn't realize, I'm only 3, I'm still working with my baby teeth. And yes SugarBaby brushes her teeth after each session with delicious candy. But I really don't need to justify myself to you. I bet if you sucked on a Sweettart you would loosen up a bit. Suck it lady!
Q:
Is it OK to eat chocolate while pregnant?
-Expecting in Orange County
A:
Of course! Labor is painful enough, but 9 months without chocolate is sadistic. Everything in moderation though, you don't want your baby high on caffeine somersaulting on your ovaries 2 o'clock in the morning. Smoooches!
 
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