UGH I CAN’T.
UGH I CAN’T.
Someone’s been tasting a little too much rainbow over at the official Skittles Facebook page.
For all the blue-tongued children of America.
Take a wacky virtual tour through a Mexico City supermarket, thanks to Swallow magazine.
In 1999, Britney Spears starred in a Japanese candy commercial. I still have so many questions.
BOW TO THE CANDY BAR SUPREME. Tumblr user The Weeping Timelord has cracked the secret Rugrats recipe.
These ’80s candies may be gone, but they live on in your dental fillings.
Don’t use a calendar — just look at this chart of Peeps and candy corn popularity.
Limited Edition, unlimited joy.
Seriously, these are digusting, never eat them.
Are you ready to experience the essence of pure flavor?
Leo “kept it poppin’” in this 17 second commercial.
Sorry not sorry.
Actually, when you look at it this way, keeping this candy on hand is really a safety precaution.
Get it, because Magic Mike.
State media reports that military aircraft were used to deliver the sweets.
Connie Fleming appears as the First Lady in the fifth issue of the world’s first transversal style magazine, Candy.
Jelly beans come in a variety of divisive flavors: can you sort the gross from the great? And yes, there are wrong answers.
Halloween perseveres, hurricanes be damned! Photo and caption from the awesome Facebook page Humans of New York.
If “leftover candy” is a foreign concept to you, just buy more.
Surprise! There’s more to this holiday than wearing a slutty costume.
What do you mean I can’t eat it?
It’s about time it came out.
“No sugar added.” So, Bulk Barn means “sugar-free”? No, that’s wrong.
Starting with one very specific planet. Can you guess which?
Artist Andy Bell calls the piece “a symbol of what happens when you let fear rule your life.”
WHERE IS IT AND HOW DO I GET IT?!
GET IN MY MOUTH. Do you have $80 and an affinity for Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups? If so, it’s your lucky day.