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Buttercup
2010-Oct-30, 01:14 PM
We're all set for tomorrow night. :D Husband is going to buy an extra bag of candy...just in case.

Tonight I'm baking a chocolate cake. Will frost with vanilla, and decorate with Starry Night Sprinkles and Jack o' Lantern candies.

Had a nightmare very early this AM (how appropriate) of receiving a medical bill in the mail for $22,260! :eek:

Sister sent me a Halloween gift package. Will open that tomorrow. I also sent her one.

Hope you enjoy the attached photo. How cute!

mike alexander
2010-Oct-30, 01:43 PM
I'm not sure I understand the thread topic. We never had any Halloween candy hang around long enough to go bad in the first place.

Buttercup
2010-Oct-30, 01:46 PM
I meant the candy pumpkin "went bad" because it's holding a knife to the candy corn. ;-p

Yeah candy is short-lived around here too. Like everywhere else, lol!

Swift
2010-Oct-30, 03:04 PM
I was trying to google an old Gary Larson cartoon along this line ("When food goes bad") and found this cartoon (http://store.perspicuity.com/sections/Products/Press.sized.jpg). It has nothing to do with the topic, but I found it funny.

Nowhere Man
2010-Oct-30, 04:15 PM
Milk and Cheese: Dairy Products Gone Bad.
(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Milk_and_Cheese)
Fred

Strange
2010-Oct-30, 06:27 PM
Or: Dinosaurs: When Food Goes Bad (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZnDvyFs2aGQ)

NEOWatcher
2010-Nov-01, 03:51 PM
I was thinking along the lines of the M&M guys, but I guess it's the minis that go bad (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GyKgbNkluoA&NR=1).

DonM435
2010-Nov-01, 06:38 PM
What about foodstuff that has to ferment or age? Does that "go good"?