Thursday, October 19, 2017

This New Candy Review Took A Bit Of Work

I really do love the idea of interactive candy.  I like it when candy comes in the form of a toy, and I love it when you have to make your own candy.  There are a few rules that must be followed when it comes to this kind of candy. The toy must work, and be fairly entertaining. The toy/candy must be edible, no toy filled with candy will do. If it's a candy you must build, it must be challenging, but not impossible. If you're making your own candy, it must be possible to make it look like what it does on the package with no special skill. Most importantly it always must taste good.

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Tuesday, October 17, 2017

It's A New Episode Of Chris, Why Would You Eat That?!!


In this episode I (Chris) drinks some spicy ginger beer. This might be a polarizing episode as I'm sure there are some people out there who enjoy this drink. We'll you people are crazy, and don't understand the basic principles of what a drink is supposed to do.

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Monday, October 16, 2017

I Got This Candy (Which I've Reviewed) In An Odd Way

Normally there are two ways that I get candy to review. The most common is I buy it, just like everybody else. The second way is that candy companies (and sometimes friends) send me samples to review. This isn't as common, but it happens more than you might imagine.  This candy on the other hand didn't come either of those ways, this candy was given to me as change. I was in a country where the smallest currency isn't very common, so sometimes at stores instead of giving you money as change, they give you candy.  As far as I know you can't exchange that candy for larger currency, but you can write a review of this candy, which is what I've done.

Click here to read the review of the candy that's worth about half a cent.

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Thursday, October 12, 2017

Today's New Candy Review Is An Average Chocolate Bar

I always have a hard time writing reviews for candy that's very average. It's not that I don't like it, it just doesn't have anything interesting about it. When people ask me what my favourite candy is, I have two answers. One is that Kit Kat bars rank the highest on the site, and second is "something new". I can't tell you how many times I've reviewed the same candy over and over again, and each time I have to figure out how to explain how this candy is not very interesting. I'm thinking in the future I might just write a single "this candy is boring" review, and just put a link to that review every time I come across a decent, but boring candy.

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Monday, October 09, 2017

We Just Posted A New Candy Review, And Apparently It's Made (Or Owned) By a Guy Named Roger

I'm always intrigued when I eat a candy that's attached to a name, Reece's Peanut Butter Cups, M&M's (the "M"s stand for the name of the creators) and now Roger's Chocolates.  I wonder who these people really were, and why did they attach their name to their candy. I've never had the foresight to look up these people before I eat their candy, but maybe I should.  Maybe one day I should look up this guy "Reece", while I'm eating a Peanut Butter Cup.

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