Temptation, by Russell Conover

The cakes, pies, ice creams, and other desserts were all delighted to be the naughty pleasures in which people indulged after the main meal, since all the calories and sugar combined into irresistible treats for all, even though their nutrition value was so lousy that diners would be better off eating sugar from the bottle, except for the fact that these desserts satisfied a craving that could only be fulfilled one way–by throwing caution to the wind and diving face-first into all the succulent sweetness, which is totally worth it given the culinary delight and the always-enjoyable post-food coma.


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