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It's the 4th of July holiday. What kind of eating plans are you cooking up?
I am going to maintain control and have a great weekend!
44%
I am going to try to maintain control but I'm not thrilled about it.
11%
I will be off and on all weekend.
15%
I usually do the right thing. I'm going to liberate myself and indulge!
7%
I do what I want any other time. Why stop now?
5%
I am not planning to celebrate in any kind of way.
16%
Total votes are 299
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