Is This Wrong For Me To Be Doing This Tonight For Tomorrow?


32 Comments on Is This Wrong For Me To Be Doing This Tonight For Tomorrow?

  1. You’ve gone too far!
    I love it!
    And for $10 bucks, I’d eat that.
    Why not? They have jalapeno infused chocolate bars now. haha

  2. Yes it’s wrong… to use such an easily remembered treat.

    What is that, leftover Easter candy? Also, people remember who gave the non-crap candy. Chocolate bunnies would fall into that category. Two reasons they’ll remember where they got it.

    I stopped giving crap candy a few decades ago because the volume of trick-or-treaters dropped to less than 30 one year and I wanted those that came to be really happy with what they got from me.

    That and I realized I had a lot of crap candy at the house the next day that I didn’t want to eat…

  3. Many children who are allergic to peanuts are also allergic to mustard. Peanut allergies are rampant nowadays, so I wouldn’t do it.

    But it’s a brilliant idea, especially for snot-nosed, jaded little brats with libtard parents.

  4. Just did a little research. I’ve never heard of an allergy to castor beans, so how about substituting castor oil for the mustard?

  5. Hehehe!
    Good one, BFH!
    That’s even worse than the homemade fudge some old lady used to give out when I was a kid.

  6. Is This Wrong For Me To Be Doing Tonight For Tomorrow?

    That was the #1 reason why I never allowed my children to go beg for candy on Halloween. They grew up to be respectful and productive adults. I would have never forgiven myself if they got sick from some devious asswipe. Instead we took them out for pizza, gave them quarters to play the pin ball machines and they were happy. Yea, I was one of those meany parents.

  7. That’s right, it’s vewy, vewy bad to appropriate other species for our heathen amusements.


  8. hahaha!! Just when you think you’ve heard everything!! Never heard of this before!! hahahahah!!!

    (I don’t think I could bring myself to waste the caramel — it’s my fav candy)

  9. No MJA, I don’t think BFH would do anything like that, but there are devious people out there that would. We’ll be hearing the stories tomorrow of all the crap asswipes have done to candy and private property. I’m thankful that I live out in the boonies, it’s too spooky walking a mile up my driveway. 🙂

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