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Halloween candy debate

Morgan Anderson and Nicholas Ramos

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As Halloween creeps closer and closer every second, the candy starts leaving the shelf and our October spirit grows more and more every day. We get static for the elaborate costumes and decorations, but the most important Halloween tradition of all is roaming the streets with our friends getting pounds of sweet treats. As the parents make dentist appointments to prepare for the worst. In fact, candy is so important to Americans, that we spend around $2.6 billion every year. We spend hours with our friends sorting our candy, trying to get rid of the old butterscotch and horrible twirlers and trade them for sugar filled treats.

Halloween is  a huge part of our childhood, so most of us are very opinionated about our favorite candies. After taking four polls comparing classic halloween candies, we came up with some surprising results.     

 

 

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