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    Most Popular Halloween Candy in Each State...

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    Admiral, I'll trade you some "Air Heads" for some "Butterfingers"....Meet ya at the border!!
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    Too late! I've already been stocking up for winter to include Butterfingers!

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    Go figure Washington has a preference for Air Heads!!!!!!!!!

    Can't say I am surprised



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    No Bings!?!

    Not surprised - a very nicely kept secret.

    Amazon.com : Twin Bing Cherry Candy Bar: 36 Count : Candy And Chocolate Bars : Grocery & Gourmet Food

    The factory (and candy store)

    https://www.facebook.com/PalmerCandyCompany

    is about four blocks down the street from work. You have to be quick, because they sell out very quick, but they will put out a 10#, white label box, of the seconds (not formed just right) for about $15. They are SO fresh! Eat a few, freeze the rest.

    I have sent some boxes to customers overseas. Good reports from across the globe.



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    I would like to see a study of favorite candy bars by state, adults only (kids have weird tastes anyway; their brains aren't fully formed yet!). Leave out all the Airheads, Twizzlers, etcetera and let's see what candy bars emerge that aren't even on this list.
    A few I like that aren't on the list are York peppermint patties, Mr. Goodbar, Payday.

    Then there are higher the quality bars. For example, Lindt dark chocolate with chili!
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    Swedish Fish, yup. Love 'em any time of year. And Cow Tails in vanilla or strawberry.
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    Mmmm...Paydays.

    I've made a decent lunch out of a couple of those on many an occasion, but I am a Pogey Bait hound.


    If anyone out there would like to do their own sampling...

    CandyFan | Twin Bing and Cherry Mash

    https://www.facebook.com/PalmerCandy...96005317091325

    the last one obviously has a bunch of townies,

    I would be glad to send them a Twin Bing, or two , out of goodwill just for letting me hang around here. But I would like to hear what you think of them.

    Just PM me if interested. (as long as it doesn't get out of hand )

    However, YOU must buy YOUR OWN Cherry Mash - I will never buy another one of those; for Anyone, ever!!!




    Edit - I must add, after initial offer...well, we'll talk

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    Twin Bing sounds very interesting! I have never seen those. I love a $100,00 bar myself.


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    You're giving your age away, Tom!
    I've always liked the $100,000 bar too. And like you, I remember when they were called that, instead of "100 Grand" as they are called now. I even remember the TV commercials for them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WECSOG View Post
    You're giving your age away, Tom!
    I've always liked the $100,000 bar too. And like you, I remember when they were called that, instead of "100 Grand" as they are called now. I even remember the TV commercials for them.
    I'm still young at heart



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