• Aligned corner of an uneven piece of cake or loaf

• Mint in the afternoon

• Anything that does not contain sugar, even if it is loaded with other ingredients for fattening

• Everything is defatted, even if it is loaded with sugar

• Crumbs for the cake

• Breadcrumbs

• Biscuit crumbs

• Crumbs for the cake

• Basically, any crumbs

• Anything eaten after a normal sleep

• Any treats you share with your dog

• Any treat you would share with your dog if you had one

• The whole first meal after you weighed yourself and was surprised to see that you lost weight

• Leftovers of your children’s food because you help fight the food waste problem

• Lone french fries at the bottom of the bag

• Everything you eat in the car is not fast food

• Everything you drink to replenish yourself after a workout

• Also, possibly cookies after a workout

• Raw vegetables, even if they are immersed in the dressing

• Ice cream that is eaten in your car outside the gym

• Any treat purchased at a coffee shop if you really stopped with the intention of drinking only coffee

• If the coffee drink does not end in “-iato” or “-uccino”

• Any food stolen from your husband’s or other loved one’s plate

• If you can’t remember how many drinks you drank that you don’t remember

• Food eaten after parting

• Anything eaten while reading

• Popcorn in the movies

• Food eaten by grandma

• Birthday food

• Food for your husband’s birthday

• Food for your children’s birthday

• Eating for your dog’s birthday (again if you have a dog)

• Eating on vacation

• Everything eaten on time

• Lollipops in the doctor’s office

• Sweets for Halloween stolen from your children’s bags

• Samples in the supermarket

• Donuts are brought to the office, especially if your office is an editorial office

Aisha Sultan and Valerie Shremp Khan contributed to this column.

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