is anyone else annoyed Nestlé is allowed to sell regular jawbreakers as "Everlasting Gobstopp

they most certainly are not everlasting

this is 600% false advertising and i demand to be allowed to take this candy back to whatever house i got it from while trick-or-treating and throw it at the grown-up's face

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  • Nobody bops me and lives to tell about it!
    you seem obsessed with the Wonka brand
  • image Wee yea erra chs hymmnos mea.
    But if you know it's not Everlasting, you clearly ate it, and therefore are devoid of anything to throw.
  • “And above all, watch with glittering eyes the whole world around you because the greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places. Those who don't believe in magic will never find it.” – Roald Dahl
    Anonus said:

    you seem obsessed with the Wonka brand

    I made the other thread first and it reminded me of this so I made this one


    But if you know it's not Everlasting, you clearly ate it, and therefore are devoid of anything to throw.

    What kind of neighborhood are you trick-or-treating in where you only get one of each kind of candy? I probably have like six more at the bottom of my bag; or I would if it were Halloween and not May 18th.
  • Time is relative. By accelerating the candy fast enough you can make it last arbitrarily long from your frame of reference even as it only lasts a normal candy-time in its own frame of reference.
  • as it turns out, the "everlasting" gobstopper was invented by richard dawkins to make the general public suspicious of promises of eternity
  • edited 2017-05-19 02:15:29
    Thou shalt not be afraid; I am with you.

    as it turns out, the "everlasting" gobstopper was invented by richard dawkins to make the general public suspicious of promises of eternity

    checkmate, atheists
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