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Candy shopping suggestions for people who hate children

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Not everyone likes children. And that’s OK.

It’s not that we want anything bad to happen to them. It’s just that making them happy isn’t a high priority.

Which is why you’ll want to stock up on candy aimed directly at disappointing the little monsters, some of whom will be dressed as monsters, who ring your doorbell. Or perhaps children in your neighborhood suffer from pica and will eat anything.

Either way, make sure these end up in your Halloween candy bowl.

  • Necco Wafers Oliver Chase was inspired to invent this venerable candy in 1846 after he accidentally nibbled on a stick of colored chalk. 1 Anyone who’s ever choked down a candy heart on Valentine’s Day will recognize that they are made from the same substance as Necco Wafers.
  • Horehound Usually found hiding in the dish of weird ribbon candy on your great aunt’s coffee table. One would be...