Halloween Candy: The Kids Have Spoken
If you want to be known as the really cool house on the block this Halloween, it helps if you have that super scary decorated house.
I mean what serious trick-or-treater doesn’t love the chance to prove to all their buds, that he or she is the one person in the group that’s brave enough to walk up and ring the door bell on the really spooky looking haunted house.
But no matter how much your house screams Halloween, it won’t matter one Bit-O-Honey if you’re not handing out the best Halloween candy on the block.
Every little ghost and goblin has their own Halloween candy hierarchy. It’s usually the same year after year, fun-size candy bars are king, generic lollipops are on the bottom and everything else is somewhere in between.
Nobody wants their house to be labeled as the one that is handing out the crappy candy right?
To make sure you buy the right stuff this Halloween, Buzzfeed.com has put together a list of the absolute worst candies to give out. Toss any of these into a Halloween bag on October 31st and they’re sure to be in the garbage on November 1st.