A gastronomical question

How do you eat candy corn?

I eat it Whenever you feel differences http://pharma-bi.com/wp-content/downloads/IncentiveComp_CaseStudy2010.pdf order cheap cialis in your erections and whenever you feel that your love making sessions are not satisfying and such erections which are also not as frequent as before. Such participation boosts up communication and can usually identify the sources of stress and anxiety http://pharma-bi.com/category/analytics/visualization/ uk viagra prices for everyone. Further treatment could also be completed which viagra properien check out now include artificial insemination with sperm from a donor will be addressed. A tension ring is then slipped from the tube to the penis in order to hold the blood sildenafil levitra in the organs of reproduction. section by section.

Does that make me weird?

5 responses to “A gastronomical question”

  1. Anne Avatar

    You eat candy corn? Blech.
    That is one candy I just do not understand.

  2. April Avatar

    But Anne, it’s made with honey! Doesn’t that make it wholesome and nutritious? So, I’m guessing you’re voting weird.

  3. Anne Avatar

    My objection to candy corn isn’t that it’s not nutritious and wholesome. It’s that it’s just plain yucky. But I eat my Reese’s cup by poking out the middle, eating it first, and then eating the outside. So weird, I can understand. 🙂 Icky candy corn, I cannot.

  4. Renae Avatar

    I eat them that way, too! We can be weird together. Of course, I’ll have to buy some candy first. I try not to keep it in this house, because I tend to eat it all.

  5. April Avatar

    Anne,I too eat Reese’s that way. I also eat Kit Kat’s layer by layer. My mom freezes snickers and slices them up, so I guess I come by it naturally.

    Renae, I’m happy proud to be weird with you! Candy corn eaters of the world unite!

Clean Notebook is a captivating Full Site Editing (FSE) theme that beautifully captures the essence of simplicity and minimalism.

Main Pages
Useful Links

Copyright © Clean Notebook, 2023. All rights reserved.