by larc 28 Replies latest jw friends

  • larc

    What is your favorite, candy or candy bar?

    Now, for me, I prefer Snicker's and Reese's Butter Cups, but that is just me. I am humble enough to accept other answers to this pregnant question.

  • Angharad

    Double Decker or Flake

    I also love the little penny sweets you can by for kids.

  • jelly

    My favorite varies with time; I rarely pick the same candy twice. My most frequent selection however would have to be reeseā€™s peanut butter cups or butter fingers.


  • LaDonnaAna

    OOOOOooooooh, does chocolate count??????

    Chocolate filled liquers!!! MMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!!!!

    Honeycomb; naked, no chocolate

    Ang, yes....Flake!

    Snickering at Larc as I leave fast and go in search of chocolate.


  • Angharad

    Another one, when we were in Canada, I had something called a Hershey (sp) bar with nuts in. That was really yummy.

    I'm with you now Ana, need to go find some chocolate.

  • Prisca

    I like the what-we-call jelly lollies (candy) such as jelly babies, snakes, and rasperry frogs (the Aussies will know what I'm talking about). I think jelly babies are called "jelly bellies" in America?

  • Lesley

    When I was in America, I tried the Reese's Peanut Butter cups, and thought they were awful, yet I liked Reese's Pieces (or whatever they are called). I love Butterfingers.

    My favourite is any variety of Cadbury's chocolate.

    Those in the UK can get candy from around the world from

  • Frenchy

    Almond Joy but I've been diagnosed with diverticulitis and my doctor told me to keep away from nuts! NUTS! Now I have to eat Mounds...

  • logical

    Galaxy chocolate

  • cellomould

    I like Grandma's cookies!

    What, that doesn't count?

    Alright, then... an actual candy bar I like is Payday. mmmhmmmmm

    btw, Yes Prisca, jelly bellies are here in the US. That's actually the most famous company that makes 'jelly beans'. I suppose they have monopolized the market. (kinda like 'kleenex' or better yet 'q-tip', both of which are brand names. he he he)


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