Make That Candy Come in Handy

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Make That Candy Come in Handy

Kellen Tanner, Staff Reporter

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Odds are, you went trick or treating for an extra hour and now your pillowcase weighs 15 pounds. You think to yourself, “Gee how am I going to eat all this candy,” well you don’t have to, just read this. One way that you can get rid of it is to simply put it aside for Thanksgiving. It may be a little hard trying not to eat it, but with this method you’ll score major brownie points with your entire family. Another way is to freeze it. If you freeze it and save it through the next couple months, you can grab some and make milkshakes with it at any time. You will have your own concrete mixer! The third way is to save all your chocolate, and once it’s December make homemade advent calendars. This is a family bonding activity, and who doesn’t love advent calendars. Finally, my personal favorite use is to save it up then make children do your bidding and use the candy as payment. Before the age of 6 you have no idea how money works and paying someone in candy that you got for free is very very cost efficient and you don’t have to do the work. So, before you go throwing all that candy away, try to think of the numerous ways you can use it.

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