24 October 2011

Anatomy Pop


HELP! I'm being attacked by Skeletons!


Anatomy Pop Halloween Candy


These are some of the strangest lollipops/suckers I have seen


I couldn't stop myself from buying them from my brothers


Who wouldn't want a lollipop on a bony arm/hand or leg/foot?


And each "Bag of Bones" Lollipop comes
 with a complimentary rub-on SK8ER's Tattoo


Like a scary Butterfly


Or a Dragon


Red and Orange Pops


The hand is definitely cooler than the foot


Closeup of the foot


Closeup of the hand


Having too much fun pretending the Zombie Apocalypse is upon us


It did however come in handy for scratching an itch!



Question: What is the weirdest, coolest or funniest 
Halloween candy you have seen in stores this year?

9 comments:

Lauren said... [reply]

Haha that is definetly the weirdest candy I've ever seen!

Living, Learning, Eating said... [reply]

Halloween isn't really celebrated here, so I haven't seen any...

nicoleandgwendolyn.com said... [reply]

i'm not sure of how i feel about halloween candy for this year! it's my first year as a full pesco-vegan! so, i can't happily by reese's peanut butter cups for the little kids anymore! i need to find some good vegan chocolate options! weird candy? i've avoided the candle aisles for obvious reasons. :)

nicoleandgwendolyn.com said... [reply]

* buy :)
ps ellen's new book is FANTASTIC. get it for your grandmother! i laughed all night long whilst reading it!

Missy said... [reply]

So flippin bizarre. Skeletons, lollipops, sk8ers and butterflies. Totally jives.
Makes me remember that haunted Yard video, was that last year?
Remember that?

PS- That foot has toenails.

Jolene - EverydayFoodie said... [reply]

Hehe, crazy pops! I haven't seen any strange or weird Halloween candy yet this year, but then again, I haven't been in any stores.

Sarah B @ Bake + Bike said... [reply]

This is too funny! You post the most creative pictures :)

Katie@Real Food Katie's Way said... [reply]

OK those are really crazy!!!

I haven't seen anything strange this year...Just the standard bite sized chocolate bars!

PS very cute pictures of the scratching!

Amy said... [reply]

I love these! Halloween isn't really celebrated here in Australia :( However I will be baking some spooky sweets to celebrate in my own way! Can't wait to have a "real" Halloween one day :)

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