Friday, February 13, 2009

No Better Way to Say "I Hate You"

Seriously though--be careful.

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

I love those candies.

Nutrients said...

How those things have managed to stay around for so long is beyond me.

Jeff said...

I dunno... they make pretty cheap projectiles... and the larger ones have a sharp point. Make pretty good ninja stars in a pinch.

Rachel B said...

My roommate thinks this too.

They are awesome - but only under two conditions.

1) They are of the Necco variety.
2) They have not been sitting in a dry warehouse for several years. If they have, they break your teeth. If they haven't, they are actually quite soft.

The white ones are the best - taste like those wintergreen lozenges.

Markham Carroll said...

They actually are decent when you get them when they're still soft, though it is kinda like playing Russian Roulette when buying a pack. Actually, now I wonder if there isn't someone at those candy companies making a real subtle commentary about love through the sale of cheap candies.

The Rabidmilkman said...

Not even a good source of calcium!
I think the reason they're still around is they're all just leftover from some huge company making billions of them years and years ago, thinking people would like them... and of course not many people do.

Jed said...

"fax me"

hey, anthony, i love how you made You and your family occupying different space - not through perspective, but by implying perspective with the big square field of color back there. so genius.

Derek & Brittany said...

I don't think anyone really likes them. If they say they do, they're lying.

Jake Wyatt said...

Maybe tonight...

Giuseppe Ferrario said...

Love it!

Alina Chau said...

WICKED FUN!

M.R. Weaver said...

LLLLOLZ.
Whatevs' I like the chalkiness! If it's NECCO that is.
Also, have you had Japanese bon-bons? They are quite good.

:3

Tyson Murphy said...

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