Realizing my college ways were extremely indulgent, going back to the basics with some backtracking and sidesteps along the way
Sunday, October 28, 2012
Legitimate Halloween Gripe "All Time Greats"? Lets agree to disagree Hersheys
Ever since I was very young I've been taught that "chocolate" is candy, not lollipops, Skittles, Starbursts or Necco wafers but chocolate. As a youngster grabbing from Halloween bowls I would grab Reese's peanut butter cups, Hershey bars, and even KitKats but Whoppers? No, they stayed in the bowl right where they belonged, for the owner of the bowl to presumably throw them out, regretting their mistake of ever buying such a disgusting candy. Surely no one likes this candy or if they do they are the type of person that knows they are in the wrong and waits until late at night to run to a CVS and buy them without being detected and eats them in the privacy of their own home away from the judging stares of me others. So why Hershey's may I ask that you include Whoppers in every "monster" bag of candy you sell? I was intrigued by the idea of a variety pack of candy, mostly because I'd only have to open one bag to try multiple types of candy which means less evidence (again I'm super judgey even if its myself I'm judging-equal opportunity). So after 3 circles around the candy island at Kmart (yes I indeed was judged by others) I couldn't find a decent variety pack and this goes for Nestle and Mars but I can't write a seven page blog so I'm narrowing it to Hersheys. So after a dismal variety search experience I decided to buy the individual bags of candy so I could get exactly what I wanted, and you know what? I did some math when I got home and they are cheaper, so the moral of the story-stay away from variety packs because its more expensive and there will always be a loser candy snuck in there, and going with the point of loser candy avoid Whoppers.