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Annoying Things People Say To Celiacs

It has been a while since I wrote a post that discussed things going on in my personal life. I’ve been posting a lot of recipes and restaurant reviews lately, so I think it’s time to give you a quick update.

Things are going pretty well for me and my husband. I am working on my master’s degree in communications (courtesy of my employer), so I stay pretty busy. I work full-time by day as a marketing specialist at a local community college. I go to classes, do homework, study and of course blog by night. But I love it. I love my classes, job and blog. I wouldn’t have it any other way.

For my current graduate class, copywriting, we were required to create a blog at the beginning of the class and post once a week. Seeing as I already had this blog, I was in luck! This week’s assignment is to post a video that we created relating to our blog’s theme. I tossed around a lot of funny ideas, but I decided to go with “Annoying Things People Say to Celiacs.”

Check it out!

If you have said some of the things I pointed out on the video, not to worry. You are not alone. I decided to post things that I have heard time and time again from different people in my life.

Sometimes these comments just make me laugh. And sometimes they are annoying. Now you know.

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3 thoughts on “Annoying Things People Say To Celiacs

  1. I’m really happy to have found your blog! I just found out I have a gluten intolerance about three months ago, after years of suffering through a whole myriad of symptoms. I’m a mother of three, and adjusting to feeding a five-person family safely has been hard! I’m also a former swimmer, with a huge love of carbs, and yeah…

  2. This made me smile so hard! People always ask me “can you eat this?” It drives me crazy! Especially when my cousin announced her wedding. Her whole family was more concerned about how I could have my potatoes than the bridesmaid dresses. Sigh.

  3. Just discovered your blog. I am already a follower on your instagram. I only have a wheat intolerance and discovered it 5 months ago. Since then things have been a struggle. I feel like a pain when we go out for meals. It is getting a bit easier. I just miss the good food. Lol. Thanks for your blog.

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