Not all candy is created equal. While treats like Twix and Butterfingers are considered the gold standard of Halloween handouts, there are serious bummer candies that could get your house egged in the process. Here's our list of candy faux-pas that could make you the scourge of the neighborhood.
Necco Wafers were created in 1847 and with the artificial, chalky taste of this candy, we're surprised production did not end in the 19th century.
The candy also comes in a chocolate version and they are perhaps the only company to manage to make even chocolate taste bad.
These gooey, banana-flavored, peanut-shaped candy are just downright right gross! Does anyone actually like them?
When the Boyer Brothers created this candy in the 1930s, they clearly did not have kids in mind. The marshmallow-filled chocolate cups are laced with coconut flavoring landing it on our list of the 10 worst candies to get on Halloween.
Molasses and peanut butter is not the flavor combination kids want to eat. Why not through broccoli and spinach into the mix? No more Mary Janesplease!
Chocolate and peanuts are usually a delicious combination but not when it comes to Peanut Chews. Why not give out Peanut M&M's or Reese's Peanut Butter Cups?
We're pretty sure a candy requirement is being edible. Although these wax lips are technically safe to eat, we don't suggest trying to eat it as it's made of wax and flavoring.
7Wax coke bottles
Let's just ban all wax candy from Halloween? When you bite into this waxy candy, all you get is a small amount a overly-sweet sugar syrup.
Hershey's makes a wide variety of delicious chocolates; Cookies 'N' Cream, Hershey's Kisses and Reese's Peanut Butter Cups. So why then does anyone get stuck with their least desirable Symphony bar on Halloween?
No one wants one bite of these Licorice Bites. Twizzlers would be an acceptable alternative.
On Halloween night, most kids want candy they can enjoy in the moment. JAW BREAKERS take forever to get to the center but on the plus side, they'll last you until next Halloween.