In many ways, that candy story is a metaphor for my existence: Good in theory, but in practice, kind of tough and not very appetizing.
Candy corn isn’t bad; black licorice is… okay in extremely small, occasional doses.
One of the worst candy experiences I’ve ever had was when I was nine or ten; we were renting a mvie, and I found Muddy Bears (chocolate-covered gummy bears) at Blockbuster. I didn’t even know such a thing existed, so naturally, I had to buy it. Except, by the time we got home, the chocolate had melted, so I’m like “Hey what the heck, let’s just put it in the fridge for a while”, and I ended up with this giant, rubbery mass of chocolate-covered awful.
Say what you want about me, at least I don’t like Twizzlers.
I’m in the strawberry milkshake tag and people are posting pictures of smoothies I hate all of you right now this is Obama’s America
If you don’t believe in natural disasters then how do you explain me huh?????
>Sometimes it does
That’s all I need to hear. :p I know the name can also refer to the color of the beer, so I guess that explains the non-chocolate-flavored ones, but still… sounds great.
Does chocolate stout legitimately taste like chocolate? Because I could afford a bit more sympathy to alcoholics if it does.
theslowwink is now following you
My mom has this cinnamon sugar donut candle from Bath and Body Works and I know what I want my next cologne to be based on.