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    Quote Originally Posted by spamtar View Post
    When you say Turtles do you mean the chocolate covered caramel ones?
    Yes. I love caramel and nuts. Nuts break up the sweet in candy nicely.

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    I love these too. My parents didn't give me much money as a kid, but they would sell those individual apple, watermelon, etc. Jolly Ranchers for about 5 cents each at the corner store a short walk from home. I think I liked all of the Jolly Ranchers except "Hot" or "Peach" (which for some reason kinda tasted like it had sand in it) even so they were not bad on occasion. In general I loved Jolly Ranchers and even bought a merchants box full of them once in Jr. High and sold them and apple and cherry Now and Laters (eat some now safe some for later) individually for a tidy profit.
    I don't give my kids much money, but I'll let them pick out a bag of bulk candy from Sam's when the budget allows. They usually get the Hersey's Chocolate Factory Favorites or Laffy Taffy, which I think is kind of like Now and Laters. I'm not a big fan of chewy fruit flavored candy for some reason.

    Oh, and thanks to my daughters' anime obsession, I have learned that I like Poki. I'm not sure if that counts as candy or not, though. It's more like cookie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cafe View Post
    Yes. I love caramel and nuts. Nuts break up the sweet in candy nicely.
    Yes I noticed this the first time I ate a Pay Day (candy bar). I recently heard that Charles Bukowski were fond of them to the point of surviving on them and booze during a period of his life. See below:

    In addition to writing, Bukowski also had to work for many years. He was a postal worker later in life, after he traveled cross country in his youth getting jobs as a day laborer and surviving on eating nothing but a Pay Day candy bar each daya Pay Day and more than a few drinks, no doubt. His itinerant life and his experiences at the post office provided much source material for his work
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    Dark chocolate Reese's cups are the SHIZ.

    These are pretty good too:


    ^I'm not a nutty-crunchy Vegan type, but I love these anyways
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    not much of a candy eater, but if I am eating candy

    - nerds
    - sour patch kids
    - sweet tarts
    - gummy bears (the harder ones that have stronger flavors!)
    - peppermint patties (I like mint... and while on that topic add wedding mints! )
    - laffy taffy
    - candy necklaces, which I'll wear until I remember that I don't like wearing them because they're sticky
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    Dark chocolate Reese's cups are the SHIZ.

    These are pretty good too:

    ^I'm not a nutty-crunchy Vegan type, but I love these anyways
    Yeah I used to add my own melted dark chocolate to the Reese's cups. The organic candy tread seems like an interesting phenomenon. Sounds like something I would invest in if I found a perfect match.

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    - candy necklaces, which I'll wear until I remember that I don't like wearing them because they're sticky
    Ha ha Yeah mostly for kids. As well as the huge ruby hard candy rings I used to like the rare instances when I could get my hands on the politically incorrect bubblegum and candy cigarettes before they became totally banned.

    On the gum ones you would even be able to inhale the light powdered sugar and blow out what looked like a cloud of smoke.

    Those prolly worth something on eBay
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    Quote Originally Posted by JocktheMotie View Post
    Sour Patch Kids.
    All the way. I actually saw Sour Patch Kids Jellybeans last night in the store. I almost bought them but knew I'd eat the whole bag and not be able to sleep

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    Cow Tales: Basically a caramel rope with cream inside. They used to sell them at checkout shelves, each piece being pretty darn long. These days I've really had to search hard for them.

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    I don't have a lot of use for candy that's not chocolate. I love Reese's Cups, Hershey's Special Darks, Snickers, Whatchamacallits, KitKats, anything like that.
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