America’s Worst Christmas Candies
Sometimes we go a bit overboard on what needs to come around or be made for certain holidays. Christmas is the largest holiday we celebrate, so naturally all the companies want a piece of it. Not all of them make good decisions on how they’re dipping their toe into the holiday. Let’s take all the different types of Christmas candy for instance. Is it all necessary? Not at all. Who’s going to let these companies know their candies are awful? We are! CandyStore.com has once again put out its annual list of America’s Worst Christmas Candies.
If you want the full list click on the link above, but here are a few from the list. Do you agree or are you an outsider who loves these candies?
#8 LifeSavers Story Books – Lifesavers’ hard candies have been passed by their younger brother, the lifesaver gummy candies. We’re in a gummy candy world now and the hard candies our parents and grandparents used to have lying around need to be fully sent to the history books.#7 on the list is a bowl of mixed hard candy. Reread what I just wrote, but replace the word “lifesavers” with “mixed hard candy”.
#5 Peeps – No matter what holiday peeps are made for they shouldn’t be. The flavors are gross, most of the time they’re rock-hard by the time you remember that you shoved them to the back of the snack cabinet. Probably should be a bit higher than 5.
#4 Non Peppermint Candy Canes – Most of the time these seem sticky, or already starting to melt before you open the wrapping. Do they still make the starburst candy canes? I remember really liking them for a time. If you are eating these fruity candy canes it’s still mandatory that you shape it into the sharpest shiv you can.
#1 Reindeer Corn (red and green colored candy corn) – You can’t color yourself Christmas colors and act like you’re going to taste completely different. You suck. Piss off.
For the full list check out the bulk buy Candystore.com.