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(CNN)   Aaaaaand...here comes the Halloween candy   (cnn.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, Confectionery, Candy, Halloween-specific packaging, Halloween, Cadbury Adams, Halloween merchandise, candy manufacturers, Halloween displays  
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2020-08-11 7:32:23 AM  
Screw that.  I want Cadbury eggs and I want then NOW!
 
2020-08-11 10:05:05 AM  

oldernell: Screw that.  I want Cadbury eggs and I want then NOW!


Candy corn, baby.
 
2020-08-11 10:34:30 AM  
Halloween candy was in Sam's Club a month ago
 
2020-08-11 11:42:10 AM  
Is this going to be like seasonal beers now?  Where Oktoberfest is sold out by Labor Day, and winter ales are gone by December 15, and summer wheats aren't available after July 4th?
 
2020-08-11 11:46:18 AM  

FrancoFile: Is this going to be like seasonal beers now?  Where Oktoberfest is sold out by Labor Day, and winter ales are gone by December 15, and summer wheats aren't available after July 4th?


I don't know, but I'm sitting here ordering Halloween candles because I want to make sure they get delivered in time for the season. And the two main stores I usually buy from had pre-order sales in late July that I missed. Now they're sold out until they get restocked. Evidently people are way more on top of their Halloween candle game than I am.
 
2020-08-11 12:10:08 PM  

weddingsinger: Halloween candy was in Sam's Club a month ago


Our Costco already had Christmas ribbon last month.
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2020-08-11 12:14:25 PM  

oldernell: Screw that.  I want Cadbury eggs and I want then NOW!


They do make a green slime Cadbury egg for Halloween.
 
2020-08-11 1:35:32 PM  
can't say as that i am surprised .  2020 is so far out of the normal it ceased being funny along while back.
 
2020-08-11 2:32:53 PM  

someonelse: FrancoFile: Is this going to be like seasonal beers now?  Where Oktoberfest is sold out by Labor Day, and winter ales are gone by December 15, and summer wheats aren't available after July 4th?

I don't know, but I'm sitting here ordering Halloween candles because I want to make sure they get delivered in time for the season. And the two main stores I usually buy from had pre-order sales in late July that I missed. Now they're sold out until they get restocked. Evidently people are way more on top of their Halloween candle game than I am.


Halloween candles?  Like ones shaped like skulls or just fall scented?  How are they sold out already?
 
2020-08-11 2:34:55 PM  

someonelse: FrancoFile: Is this going to be like seasonal beers now?  Where Oktoberfest is sold out by Labor Day, and winter ales are gone by December 15, and summer wheats aren't available after July 4th?

I don't know, but I'm sitting here ordering Halloween candles because I want to make sure they get delivered in time for the season. And the two main stores I usually buy from had pre-order sales in late July that I missed. Now they're sold out until they get restocked. Evidently people are way more on top of their Halloween candle game than I am.


Where are you ordering you candles?
 
2020-08-11 3:33:45 PM  
Yep, here comes the candy...

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2020-08-11 4:28:35 PM  
Sweet.

We make public health decisions based on "I have to spend an extra few hours a day now with my perfect children so fark it, reopen the schools."

Now we will make them based on "I bought all this Halloween candy. What am I supposed to do with it? End social distancing and let strangers breathe on the kids."

Because white American suburbanites make the best public health decisions.
 
2020-08-11 6:07:39 PM  

oldernell: Screw that.  I want Cadbury eggs and I want then NOW!


They have them for Halloween. Not to mention: https://smile.amazon.com/Cad​bury-Creme​-Eggs-pounds-bulk/dp/B081S4556D/

Enjoy :)
 
2020-08-12 8:49:32 AM  

blondambition: someonelse: FrancoFile: Is this going to be like seasonal beers now?  Where Oktoberfest is sold out by Labor Day, and winter ales are gone by December 15, and summer wheats aren't available after July 4th?

I don't know, but I'm sitting here ordering Halloween candles because I want to make sure they get delivered in time for the season. And the two main stores I usually buy from had pre-order sales in late July that I missed. Now they're sold out until they get restocked. Evidently people are way more on top of their Halloween candle game than I am.

Where are you ordering you candles?


Sorry for coming back so late. I like to order from Witch City Wicks in Salem, and from Burk and Hare. But I also have a couple of Etsy stores I like, so I ordered from there. I always look for candles with cool graphic design on the labels, and some creative copy in the description. Honestly, most Halloween candles smell similar, but I like it when somebody put a little creativity into the design and the writing. During the Halloween season (the most wonderful time of the year), I like to have a candle option in every room. Yesterday I ordered the Mary Shelley candle and the Black Death candle from this store: https://www.etsy.com/shop/WertherAndG​r​ay
 
2020-08-12 8:56:17 AM  

slobberbone: Sweet.

We make public health decisions based on "I have to spend an extra few hours a day now with my perfect children so fark it, reopen the schools."

Now we will make them based on "I bought all this Halloween candy. What am I supposed to do with it? End social distancing and let strangers breathe on the kids."

Because white American suburbanites make the best public health decisions.


Not my post below, but I appreciate the sentiment. I plan to decorate the yard as usual. More people are walking daily in my neighborhood than ever. And I will probably put some little bags of pre-wrapped candy out at the curb for any kiddos.
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