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Old 02-24-05, 06:23 PM   #1
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Whats your favorite candy?

Whats your favorite regularly available candy? Im not talking about the homemade chocolate at that shope 5 miles away. I mean well known brands (M&Ms, Hershey Kiss, etc.)
my vote goes toward sweedish fish
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Old 02-24-05, 06:31 PM   #2
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Snickers, at 2.07 oz it is the best candy bar value. It also tastes pretty good. Those take five bars are coming up there tho, taste like a haystack.
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Jolly Ranchers.
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Im almost tempted to put Mounds above sweedish fish.
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Jolly Ranchers.
Jolly Ranchers eh? No chocolate. No caramel. No nougat. No All-American nutty goodness. I always knew there was something vaugely anti-American and subversive about you.
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Jolly Ranchers eh? No chocolate. No caramel. No nougat. No All-American nutty goodness. I always knew there was something vaugely anti-American and subversive about you.
When I was 18,I was really high at work and ran out of cigarettes, but I stole Jolly Ranchers out of someone else's desk, and it was the best taste ever! So they're kind of burned in my memory that way. Nothing anti-American or subversive about that.
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When I was 18,I was really high at work and ran out of cigarettes, but I stole Jolly Ranchers out of someone else's desk, and it was the best taste ever! So they're kind of burned in my memory that way. Nothing anti-American or subversive about that.
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Smarties.

But I also have to support the people who support the sport: Jelly Belly.

Startling fact: According to Kirk Albers who rides for JB, it takes 17 days to make each Jelly Belly.
It's a painstaking process of putting on layer after layer of flavoring.
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jelly belly supports the sport? I had no idea, coolio
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A BIG BAG OF M&MS!!!! This is heaven for me. Oh, and it has to be peanuts!!!!
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my vote goes toward sweedish fish
I'm going to have to agree with you, they're pretty good. I pretty much like all gummies though. I got some awesome gummy bears in Canada one time, I forget their name though.
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Jelly bellies rock, but for chocolate:
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Anything white chocolate... or gummibears! specialy the german ones. yummy
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i have to agree with the swedish fish fans. those have been my favorite since i was a kid. but they can't be those cheap ones you get from walmart. gotta get 'em from the sweet factory.

twix and kit kat are my runner-ups.
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For the absolute best chocolate ever, it's Noka Chocolate. The ONLY way to go! www.nokachocolate.com.

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