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Eat triple chocolate EVERYTHING. If it was covered in chocolate, I would eat it. Before I was 13, at least. At some point, sweets just randomly started being too sweet - the same sweets I'd love. I used to engorge on my Halloween candy all on Nov. 1, but now I can barely eat a candy a day without being sweet'd out. Just the idea of having as many sweets as I used to grosses me out now.
That's what I used to say, too. But I made the leap one year and scrimped for the $400 I needed for the winter set. It was well worth it, because that year we got dumped on hard and I never got stuck. And these tires weren't even studded. Didn't ever have to put my chains* on either. When I get the new car, though, I'm going to be buying chains first, then trying for winter treads later on. Unless I save some of the total check for the old car to use on winter treads.
*Chains these days aren't actually chains for anything other than trucks and heavy equipment it seems. They're now "traction cables" which, while better than just regular tires, aren't as good as actual chains. Much simpler to put on/take off, from my experience, and smoother riding than chains ever were, but I don't know if the trade off is worth it. But then again, I also don't think most modern cars would have the clearance around the tires for a proper set of chains.