Ten bucks on a few bags of Halloween candy? Scary. The next thing we know we've spent fifty bucks or more planning for trick-or-treaters, and let's be honest, because we want to hold back a stash for ourselves. It happens.
If you ask ten people for their opinions on the best Halloween candy, you might get ten different answers.
Can we at least agree that chocolate is better than a sucker? Moms are not raiding the Halloween haul looking for Dum Dums.
Most people in Idaho agree that the best Halloween candy is chocolate and crunchy. Any guess what it is?
Do you have deep emotional scars from bad Halloween candy you got as a kid? It sounds crazy, but I'll never forget when I sat down after trick-or-treating, and sucked the juice out of a wax pop bottle...talk about ucky...but not as ucky as then chewing up the wax bottle.
What is each state's favorite candy for Halloween? Oh thank God, Idaho's choice wasn't Candy Corn or I might have had to bash my head with a hammer. I totally agree with Idaho's pick as #1 Halloween candy choice.
It turns out that candy doesn't last forever.
Most Halloween candy has an official shelf life, and it's not "infinity," or "til it's gone." How fast do we have to eat it? And if it survives a year, will you re-gift it?