Jim the Graphic Designer was shocked when he saw we were throwing out broken candy. “What a waste,” he said, “broken candy tastes the same as unbroken candy! It’s a little harder to eat when it’s in pointy shards, but so what?” Then Jim had an idea, why not sell it to less discriminating customers?
So now Jim goes out and collects all the broken candy and puts it into plastic bags. You get two pounds of candy for $7.23 and Jim sleeps better at night, secure in the knowledge that all that sugar has found a loving home.
The next time someone tells you, “Eat my shorts,” you tell them no problem and pull out your tin of tasty, tutti frutti Underpants Candy. These might just be the yummiest underpants you’ve ever eaten and some of the strangest and silliest candies ever made:
In this episode of “Funny Or Not Funny” Gibson challenges Nai, our ultimate authority on what is and isn’t funny, to engage his nose and his taste buds while determining the funny factor on a variety of products.
We wanted to take a moment to point out one of our favorite sites for candy reviews, Candy Addict!
They review a lot of our candy, not all of it positively, but they are always fair and honest and you can’t ask for more than that. The best review, well most entertaining review, is for Bacon Mints.
The mints taste as bad as I thought they would. It was maybe 30 seconds in my mouth and I had to spit it out. It was awful. It’s one of the worst tasting candies/mints I have ever had. Just thinking about it makes me nauseous. I took a tin to work to share with my co-workers too (with fair warning). I set the tin on my cabinet shelf behind me at about 8:00 AM and I could only last til 11:00AM and I had to move them to my car – the smell (even through the closed tin) was overwhelming. Nobody at work dared try them – even the guys that ate crickets with me wouldn’t try them.