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    17 Popular Candies Looking Unlike I've Ever Seen Them Before

    Not all candies are made the same.

    1. These M&M's in a presidential box that were given out on Air Force One.

    In 1988, President Reagan started the tradition of giving out presidential M&M's on Air Force One. Previously, presidential packs of cigarettes were given out as souvenirs. Every president since has continued the tradition, giving out presidential M&M's with their signature on the box.

    2. These absolutely gigantic Skittles (which presently are only sold in the UK).

    3. And these absolutely amazing Nunchaku Skittles only sold in Asia.

    4. Have you ever gotten a Twizzler that hasn't been twizzled? (I haven't...and believe me, I've eaten a lot!)

    5. Also something I haven't seen? Starburst candies molded into a burger, hot dog, and fries.

    6. Speaking of Starburst, I am in awe of this pack with perfect flavor distribution.

    7. This box of Sour Patch Kids was entirely filled with blue candies.

    8. And this Sour Patch Kid somehow showed up sporting a head of red hair!

    (Yeah, I know...this person might not be 100% honest about finding it this way, LOL.)

    9. This Twix came in packaging that was never intended to leave the factory (but actually looks really cool).

    10. This candy made me do a double take — a Reese's peanut butter cup with no peanut butter!

    11. Ditto for this Kit Kat without a wafer.

    12. This Butterfinger, meanwhile, came in one long piece (like it used to in the old days).

    13. These broken Life Savers pieces came packaged separately — now that is a one-in-a-million find.

    14. Whoever got this Almond Joy with an extra almond basically won the lottery.

    15. And — holy cow — look at the size of this Nerd!

    16. Speaking of Nerds, it has been a LONG time since I saw them come in this box.

    17. And lastly, who knew they had fun-sized candy in the '60s?

    Candy, anyone?

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