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  • #12533
    Cassel
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    In February, our monthly theme is CANDIES.

    Let’s play our monthly alphabet game.

    Let’s find words that are related to candies, whether it is a brand, a type of candies, or something related to sweets in general. I think this one should be easy since we have the option to use some brand names!

    Who will start?

    #12534
    Dianne
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    a = anise, an old timey candy

    #12557
    Dianne
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    b = Boston Baked beans (sugar coated peanuts) – I used to love these when I  was a kid

    #12563
    Sheila Hogg
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    C= Coconut Ice.

    #12564
    [email protected]
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    C= Chicken Bones    (from Ganong Candy Company)  Available only in Canada as far as I know.  We buy it there every time we travel north.  It is YUMMY!!!!!  And addicting!!!!!      Check out this link:   https://ganong.com/?s=Chicken+bones

    #12565
    Dianne
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    D = Dove chocolates or Dum Dums (lollipops)

    #12566
    Sheila Hogg
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    E = Easter Eggs, big and full of chocolate. Yum

    #12567
    Dianne
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    f = fudge (fudge is a candy, isn’t it?)

    #12568
    Marlene Lingham
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    G=Gobstoppers.

    #12569
    Sharon Wurgler
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    H = Heath Bar

    #12571
    Dianne
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    I = Ice Breakers (mints)

    #12572
    Sheila Hogg
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    J = Jelly Babies ,didn’t like them myself as far too sweet.

    #12593
    Michele
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    K ~ Kit Kats yummy!

    #12594
    Sheila Hogg
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    L= Love Hearts, they had little messages embossed on them.

    #12595
    Dianne
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    M=M&Ms and Mars bars

    #12601
    Scott
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    N = Nestlés (chocolate)

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 6 months ago by Scott.
    #12603
    Dianne
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    o = Oh Henry! or orange slices

    #12609
    Marlene Lingham
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    P=Polo Mints, the mint with a hole.

    #12613
    Dianne
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    This probably doesn’t count as a candy but I couldn’t think of anything else.

    Q = Quaker Oat Bars

    #12615
    Michele
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    R ~ Reese’s Pieces

    #12616
    Sheila Hogg
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    S = Smarties.

    #12619
    Shirley
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    I gave my Grandson the Bugs Bunny soft toy for his 1st Birthday.  It  still goes places with him. I made and iced this chocolate cake  for his 9th Birthday.  He is 25 now Bugs is still his favourite, well next to the pokamons of course.

    Thanks Cassel for the template.

    #12620
    Michele
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    T ~ Taffy

    #12627
    Dianne
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    U = U-No bar.  I was hoping I’d get this letter.  I used to love Uno bars (great frozen), but they aren’t available locally anymore.

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 6 months ago by Dianne.
    #12652
    Sheila Hogg
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    V = Victory V’s. These were a sandy coloured lozenge that tasted like aniseed/liquorice and made your tongue go a bit numb. Lovely on a cold day though as a least your mouth felt hot.

    #12656
    Cassel
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    W = Wunderbar

    #12657
    Dianne
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    I cheated…I couldn’t think of any X candies but this showed up in my search:

    X=Xtra sour goo (Too Tarts)–it’s a gel like candy that comes in a tube. It looks pretty disgusting but I’m guessing that’s part of the attraction.

    #12658
    Sue Thomas
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    YoYo sweets

    #12659
    Scott
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    Z = Zagnut bar

    #12660
    Dianne
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    Wow, you all are good!  What a sweet challenge.

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