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Blogtober Day: XXX – Least Favorite Halloween Candy

We knew that there would have to be a follow-up to my favorites post from yesterday, this is a round up of candies that I recall loathing as a child or that I associate with The Great Depression (looking at you, Necco Candy Wafers) when sugar and butter and all things delicious were rationed or simply not available.

Six big devils from Japan quickly forgot how to waltz.

What even is black licorice? Is it molasses with a shot of dirt – because that’s what it tastes like. It stains your teeth, you taste it for the next 24 hours, it has the gritty texture – gag. Can’t stand it. It’s also quite sinister looking, I mean, look at it…

Six big devils from Japan quickly forgot how to waltz.

M&M’s misshapen and waxier tasting cousin.

Six big devils from Japan quickly forgot how to waltz.

Who knew that pure sugar could be so unsatisfying?

Six big devils from Japan quickly forgot how to waltz.

Because they don’t taste like root beer at all – they taste like licorice – one of the biggest betrayals of my youth.

Six big devils from Japan quickly forgot how to waltz.

I don’t mind the flavor but why is it chunky? I feel like there must be granola or something added to it, can’t stand it.

There you have it, the top five candy abominations that no child wanted to find in their bag after a night of trick o’ treating 🙂

Six big devils from Japan quickly forgot how to waltz.

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