We have very different ideas as to what candy is
Photo courtesy of Michiko Kobayashi.
Are you a cow boy?
Don’t worry sugar, you didn’t assault my intelligence
Why not do what our politicians do? Why use one word, when you can use 2 dozen meaningless ones.
Must be an acquired taste. Just like salted licorice. Great! Once you develop a taste for it.
Shall I compare thee to a summer deliciousness?
It wouldn’t stick to the floor without butter, would it?
Which, of course, is a camel with two humps.
I just can’t with this deliciousness! It’s just too delicious. I literally cannot even.
Something new in sugar-free candy.
You can choose between many wonderful exotic flavors:
– Cherry Fondue
– Spring Surprise
– Cockroach Cluster
– Anthrax Ripple
– Crunchy Frog*
– Ram’s Bladder**
* We use only the finest baby frogs, dew-picked and flown from Iraq, cleansed in the finest quality spring water, lightly killed, and sealed in a succulent, Swiss, quintuple-smooth, treble-milk chocolate envelope, and lovingly frosted with glucose.
** We use only the finest juicy chunks of fresh Cornish Ram’s bladder, emptied, steamed, flavoured with sesame seeds, whipped into a fondue, and garnished with lark’s vomit.
It would make some sense if Candy is the name of the cow.
A perfect compliment to sashimi ice cream.
@DnT I knew a “cow” named Candy. She was the local bike.
This is sooo last century, now there’s bacon flavoured candy.
@tadchem. Did you say Samurai ice-cream?
CAUTION. May contain traces of Bushido.
@Marum: So, would you liquor? 😛
Try also our cotton candy – it contains only 30% Polyester
Butter and salt ? That word would be “Hypertension.”
Let’s talk about sex baby
Let’s talk about Salt Candy
(by ‘Salt ‘n’ Pepa’)
@ Marum: I mean Cow girl … 😉
In the western world we call it “popcorn”.
I am sorry that I cannot tell my doubts about the deliciousness of salty buttered cow bits in a single word.
Dangerous candy- a salt and buttery.
No Miss Steak …
I can tell deliciousness, but it talks too much.
Candy made only from butter and salt? I’d describe the deliciousness as “non-existent,” I think.
@Seventy2rd : As performed by “Salt ‘n Buttah”.
I can tell you how delicious this is in one word: heart attack.
Who’s to blame? In the country of strawberry sausages and cucumber soda, just a word would never do.
‘Apology accepted Captain Needa’
@ Mr. Wrong
They sell this stuff at Daiso in Richmond, B.C.
REVOLTING. I’ve bought them in Daiso and tried them here in Australia expecting popcorn (maybe) and got a mouth full of VOMIT flavouring. The worst thing ever.
But I can describe the marketeer who created this slogan in one word: Lazy.
I’ve got a word – awful!
‘indescribable’ would be the word you are looking for.
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