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  • A candy that is hard on the outside, then has sour liquid on the inside. I dont remember what they are called though!!!!!!!!!
  • the kind that lies +5
  • Atomic Jaw Breakers. It's not really candy at all. More like a hard ass ball of sugar punishment.
  • 1968, Candy Spelling (Carole Gene Marer) married producer/writer Aaron Spelling. Together they had two children, Victoria Davey Spelling and Randall Gene Spelling, both of whom became actors as teenagers, as Tori Spelling and Randy Spelling. They appeared in several of Aaron’s productions, most notably in Beverly Hills, 90210. She currently owns a home called Spelling Manor. According to her lawyer, she paid $47 million for a two-story condo atop a Century City residential tower that is still under construction in July 2008. Her lawyer said Spelling was moving in order to downscale her living space after her husband's death in 2006. In March of 2009, Candy put her Holmby Hills mansion up for sale. The property is 4.7 acres, 56,500 square feet, with an estimated 100 rooms and is said to be the largest home in Los Angeles County. The asking price is $150 million, the most expensive residential listing in the U.S. at the time. [1] [2] She is currently a member of the Los Angeles Coliseum Commission, a Commissioner for the Department of Recreation and Parks (for the City of Los Angeles), and a member of the board of L.A.’s Best, the Mayor's group that provides reading programs to schools in L.A. She is a regular columnist for The Huffington Post, Los Angeles Confidential magazine, and TMZ.com (Spelling It Out). Her autobiography, Stories from Candyland, was released in March 2009. The book hit the NY TIMES bestseller list two weeks after publication. It was also the #1 book at L.A.'s Book Soup. Candy has two grandchildren through Tori, Liam Aaron McDermott (born March 13, 2007) and Stella Doreen McDermott (born June 9, 2008). She and Tori have been estranged for years and she has never met baby Stella.[3] On April 13, 2009, Candy wrote an open letter on her website to Tori expressing her interest in having a better relationship with her, as well as spending more time with her grandchildren. She wrote that the main reason for her letter was that she knew Tori visits her site regularly, and Candy wasn't able to reach Tori via telephone, email, or text message.
  • Black Licorice. YUCK!
  • any candy that is old and stail
  • My grandfather LOVED chocolate covered cherries, but that is some vile, vile stuff. However, I remember how he smiled whenever I brought him a box. Now that I think of it, maybe he was smiling because he knew I would keep my grubby little fingers off his chocolate covered cherries...
  • Any candy that has coconut in it . I love coconut cake ; BUT detest it in candy ... +5
  • Almond Joy, Mounds, and Black Licorice. +5
  • Anything with sticky caramel. It taste good, but it is bad for my teeth.
  • Butterfinger
  • What I like to call "Grandma Candy". Circus peanuts, ribbon candy, and Boston Baked Beans. All terrible. Truly truly awful stuff.
  • mike and ikes!!
  • Milk Duds
  • LSD Bubble Gum. It really can't make you fly...
  • Jawbreakers. Tart ones.
  • Black licorice, Jalapeno Jelly Bellies, and anything sour. I just don't understand sour candy, candy is supposed to be sweet!
  • Suckers....
  • I can't stand the Necco wafers. Bleech!
  • Black Crows. Not a big fan of black licorice, and the "Dots" are much tastier....same for Good n' Plenty versus Good n' Fruity.
  • Candy Corn! Ugh! Tastes like wax. Then somebody told me it's made with honey. So I guess it's probably beeswax. Sick.
  • In my opinion, black licorice sucks on toast.
  • one that contains sharp, pointy things inside
  • Anything sour, super sour, super tart, and super hot. I'm not overly fond of coconut or the licorice flavor in candy, but can eat it... Well, COULD. I'm diabetic, and not SUPPOSED to eat candy. My wife keeps me on a pretty short leash on that! ;-) I saw a number of GREAT candy-types listed here. Oh, and some of those Jelly Belly flavors - Vomit? :-P
  • Anything with too much chocolate (sorry to all those chocolate lovers out there!)
  • Necco Wafers! Like eating little round, slightly flavored bits of plaster.
  • Almond Joy and those marshmallow snowballs. I hate coconut.
  • Anything that's sour.

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