Monday, September 21, 2009

Candy Corn Addiction is Hereditary?

It's not just me, it's my whole family that loves the sweet kernels. The other day I posted on Facebook that I was visiting the National Confectioners Association. My sister commented asking if I got any fancy candy corn while I was there. She was curious because she and her family had been chowing down on "the regular stuff" all day.

And it's not even October yet.

And I've already polished off 2 containers: Harvest Mix and regular Candy Corn.

Is addiction to candy corn hereditary?

3 comments:

Carl Weaver said...

Let's not say addiction. It's such an ugly word. Let's say appreciation. Candy corn is one of the finer things in life, like Dominican cigars and Cuban rum. Why not throw some candy corn in there?

orangejack said...

I like the way you think, Carl. I have an appreciation for candy corn!

Leslie said...

Thank you for letting us travel this journey back and see our lovely retro sweet again, in fact I just ordered this sugar almonds online which is lovely juicy large almonds encased in a crisp sugar coating in different pastel colours. They have such a delicate taste and they look really pretty and really enjoyed them both, I can’t think about life without these sweets.