So this candy – real or fake?

So this candy - real or fake?
A real Mentos ad, 
or a parody of a Mentos ad?

Test the power of your critical candy-thinking brain to deduce the real from the fake in this mix of delicious goodies.

So this candy - real or fake?
Classic Negro, eh?

So this candy - real or fake?
 White chocolate maggots candy – 
"tastier than your average maggot!"
Fake joke label, or real?

So this candy - real or fake?
Vingummi’s Spunk –
Candy or sexual aid?

So this candy - real or fake?
Cat Butt – Natural Raspberry Sours
(4 popular breeds!)
Fake box, or real?

So this candy - real or fake?
"Next to the Last Supper" gum trading card
Respectful or contemptuous of religion?
Comes with actual gum, or no?

So this candy - real or fake?
Pickle Lip Balm – Dill flavored 
(Okay, technically not a candy, 
but is it a real product?)

So this candy - real or fake?
Missing Nuts – a box of 36 candy bars.
Is it safe for nut allergies?

So this candy - real or fake?
Bacon Candy Canes.
To avoid an embarrassing faux pas, if these are real, 
please do not confused them with the product below.



So this candy - real or fake?
Hanukkah Candy Canes

So this candy - real or fake?
Whether real or fake, these candy makers 
have failed basic anatomy.

So this candy - real or fake?
"Oh, You Lollypop!
Shut your eyes and I’ll give you sump’n sweet!"
Vintage porn, naive innuendo, or risque
contemporary postcard?
(Click image to, ahem, enlarge)

See also this Deceptology post: 13 bizarre candies – but which ones are real?

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