I was going to buy Halloween candy that I don’t like, but my children insisted that I get “good stuff”. The “good stuff” has been in my house for less than two hours and it has been calling to me.
In high school, Halloween candy used to float around the whole month of October. It would linger into November, appearing in the lunches of students who had perverse parents who FROZE Halloween candy and rationed it out. Talk about terrifying.
The Three Musketeer was the candy bar that was eaten in the weirdest ways. As a justification for eating some of the candy that I bought today, I will discuss the four ways I saw the Three Musketeer bar eaten:
Below photograph from the right:
Traditional - bite taken from the short end
Artistic- chocolate coating nibbled off and then eating the nougat
Rebel – eating from the long side of the candy bar
Glutton – popping the whole candy in the mouth at once
I may have to go buy another bag of candy….