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What a Complete Waste of Perfectly Good Candy

I love candy. So much so I just may have demolished my three year old Halloween stash. I can't keep anything in my house longer than a day before I am overcome with the incredible urge to cram it in my cramhole. So this? This, I would probably even attempt to eat. Especially with ranging PMS.

These yummy necklaces are hand cast in resin. They have a cute chocolate doughnut inside and real candy sprinkles!

Real candy? *sigh*

What a complete waste.

So, does anyone know? Is resin even edible?

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Posted by sam {temptingmama} on November 22, 2008 @ 2:21 pm  

2 Responses to “What a Complete Waste of Perfectly Good Candy”

  1. Jaywalker (6 comments.) Says:

    Oh, yeah, just chip it off with your teeth, no worries. My kids went to a hairdresser who went in for this cruel decorative candy you can’t eat business and they used to just wrench it off the walls with their sharp little nails and eat. They’re still alive, if very annoying.

    Lot of effort for a little shake of sprinkles though. Cheaper and more aesthetically pleasing to buy a catering size bag of sprinkles and pour it into your mouth.

    I still love you, but this isn’t ugly enough for my liking. More gynecological knitting!

    Jaywalker’s last blog post..This isn’t because I am. I’m not.

  2. Mrs. Tantrum (24 comments.) Says:

    I love that this is um, marketed as “the perfect gift for that little girl on your list” WTF? Do you want your niece getting her ass beat down on the playground for wearing this monstrosity? Moreover someone thinking that they can eat it. (And those little kids are tough and can break just about anything that is labeled “indestructable”)

    And the resin…just say no, the smell of it alone before it dries is so horrible it will peel paint off the walls and kill a hippo.

    Mrs. Tantrum’s last blog post..Cha Cha Cha






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