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What Is Your Favorite Halloween Treat?

Displaying poll results.
Candy in bar form
  6129 votes / 33%
Hard Candy
  623 votes / 3%
Caramel Apples
  834 votes / 4%
Candy Corn
  1627 votes / 8%
All things gummy
  2205 votes / 12%
Just give me a handful of sugar
  758 votes / 4%
Mom won't let me have candy
  1110 votes / 6%
Bits of hardware
  4921 votes / 27%
18207 total votes.
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  • Don't complain about lack of options. You've got to pick a few when you do multiple choice. Those are the breaks.
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What Is Your Favorite Halloween Treat?

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  • Salty liquorice (Score:4, Interesting)

    by hansg (264039) <> on Tuesday October 16, 2012 @03:50AM (#41666577)

    "It's an acquired taste" []

    If you don't like it, you are weak ;)


  • Re:First Post (Score:5, Interesting)

    by Cimexus (1355033) on Tuesday October 16, 2012 @04:44AM (#41666777)

    Australian usage pretty much follows the above, except that we tend to say 'lollies' where you would say 'sweets'. Not sure 'lollies' actually counts as a legit word or as slang, but it's used almost universally rather than 'sweets'. 'Sweets' is understood, but sounds very stereotypically British to our ears (much like 'candy' sounds stereotypically American). 'Candy' is a very particular thing precisely how you describe it, and the word is almost never heard other than on American TV shows.

    And yeah, chocolate is altogether a separate thing than lollies/sweets. I lived in America for a few years and while I had no issue adjusting to saying 'candy', I never could get used to the fact that it INCLUDED chocolate. To me they are inherently different types of thing. Someone would say "want some candy?", and I'd say no, only to realise afterwards that they were offering chocolate and hell yes, I would have liked some :(

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