As a 27 year old man, I've been around for a lot of innovations and ideas for candy. A lot of candies should have kept their ideas simple. They could've stuck with their original flavors, but in a selling market there's always room for innovation if there is indeed a really good idea. I don't mean take "that really good idea" and put it out in the public and see if people like it. I mean, have a really good idea and put it out in the public knowing that people will like it. To be honest, I don't know if that's what happened with Milky Way Midnight Dark (originally Milky Way Vanilla 1926), but I do know that this candy bar is so genius that it really should be the only milky way type considered. First I'll tell you why the other Milky Way varieties are okay or just right out bad.
I was listening to some new/old music as I was driving home on a hot summer night. The music I was listening to sounded good when it came out 7-8 months ago, but I've come to terms with how bad of an album it really is now. It was that moment that I was stopped at the stop light and saw lightning hit in the far distance, and I knew this album was something I just didn't feel like listening to.
12 ways to make a turkey. 7 ways to use a pencil. 31 ways to know you're going to go to mars one day somehow. If you're part of a social network, you know it's impossible to scroll through your news feed and not see at least 30 of these articles posted. Here are 6 things to post instead.
Well here we are, in a world where The Oscars actually happened, and I lived a day where it has happened. It looks like the same exact thing happened in my world yesterday as if The Academy Awards were nonexistent described here. The only difference is that I didn't watch Family Feud, and I had a cup of coffee.
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So there are only two more days to the big event. The Oscars. Yes, it's obvious that I have to make The Oscars one sentence considering the momentum behind all the years that lead up to this moment. So, what if there was never such a thing as The Oscars? Here's a day on Oscar Sunday as if The Oscars were to never have happened.
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Jam, jelly, gelatin, jousteling. Who can keep track of all these different variations of jelly? Look, I may be a jelly connoisseur, but I may really be a jelly connoisseur. Sure we have our traditional Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich at our disposal. But how can we really spread the word about all the underground recipes nobody knows about and still impress while presenting them!? Just make these super recipes and you'll be sure to get berry good reactions from people.
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Well world, we've come so far with innovation in technology and everyday gadgets and gizmos. The telephone, the television and even the wheel are some of our earlier inventions, but what are some of the inventions that we have today that have been introduced within the past couple of decades? Have we made anything at all? Well the truth is, we actually made a lot of things in that time. How about we take a look?
We are a share-everything generation. Once we experience something we have to immediately tell the world, via social media or the internet. Because of this, avoiding spoilers is almost impossible (unless you live in a bomb shelter with no outside contact). Staying in the loop with the media almost guarantees you will never experience any surprises, twists or anything cool. Building anticipation and putting lots of time into movies, TV shows, video games, and books really allows you to get the most out of that particular story. SPOILER-ALERT: I’m about to explain why spoilers suck.
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Being an average over-weight American, I sure need to know my best fast food resorts. Yes, Mdonald's; yes, Burger King. But when we know our fast food, high appetites mean high expectations. Chipotle! I mean... Chipotle. I know, I know... they have a way of being front about their genetically modified ingredients. But really, to be fair, that's what's so horrible about them! They admitted to it! Bullshit I say.
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