People love candy: The average American spends $84 on and consumes about 23.9 pounds of the sweet stuff each year. With all that money and attention, you'd think it would be hard for a candy product to fail. Not true. Many candy products come and go without much notice. Here are 10 variations of popular candies that many people don't realize ever existed.
Like it or not, fall is here, (pretty much, let's not get technical about it, okay?). We all know what that means -- hot apple cider, digging out your sweaters from the back of the closet, and people going on and on about how much they love pumpkin spice lattes.
Life is constantly throwing lessons at us- Like, when you troll the winner of an eating contest expect repercussions. It's safe to say I'm not the only human on this lovely planet who would get a bit angry if dude sitting next to me decided to rub chicken wing finger goo all over my face, right?
Two New York City hospitals are participating in a national program that allows doctors to prescribe fruits and vegetables to patients. The patients they will be targeting with these prescriptions will be high-risk, low-income patients. The patients prescriptions can be exchanged for "Health Bucks" to be spent at local farmers markets.
We're all entitled to our own opinions, but food is arguably the best part of any holiday. See, eating our way through this sort of celebration is an automatic win-win-- we're happy, our stomach's are happy, everyone's happy.
We've all made mistakes. We've all had to eat a zucchini for lunch. Like, just a zucchini. But some of us are capable of learning from our mistakes. Others...not so much. Admire these awful lunch fails and hope that it is never you. Never again.
In most cases, at work we don't have the option of actual silverware. We instead resort to using plastic utensils to eat our lunch, snack, etc. Now, thanks to science, we know that using plastic utensils actually enhance our eating experience (somehow).
I guess we've all been there. Sitting on the bus, all hammered, trying to enjoy a late night 'wow I need to eat cause I'm out of it' snack. Cause you know, there's nothing like grub after a night of drinking. Then there's this dude.
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