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ApocalypseWatch2022: Hot Dog and Hamburger Flavored Candy Corn Drops in Stores

ApocalypseWatch2022: Hot Dog and Hamburger Flavored Candy Corn Drops in Stores

Whatever happened to “if it ain’t broke don’t fix it?” Apparently that phrase has never made it through the door of Brach’s Confections, Inc. because they decided to ruin fall before it officially kicks off.

Yesterday, the candy corporation celebrated the beginning of August by announcing their new fall tailgate-themed candy corn flavors, which includes Fruit Punch, Ice Cream, Popcorn, Hot Dog and Hamburger.

That’s right, some genius at the candy factory decided to take an already controversial food — because let’s be honest, candy corn is no one’s favorite — and give it the worst possible twist.

The factory announced they wanted to give a special treat to NFL fans, although it’s hard to determine if this is truly a trick or treat.

“Brach’s iconic candy corn has been synonymous with the start of fall for decades. We’re excited to help families and friends celebrate their anticipation for the season together by releasing Brach’s Tailgate Candy Corn this August,” a Brach’s spokesperson told USA TODAY.

This somehow isn’t the first time Brach’s has ventured into places no one should ever go. Earlier this year, Brach’s released Taco Truck, aka Taco-Flavored jelly beans, around Easter. Apparently no one told them that was not was Jesus came back for.

To be fair, fruit punch, ice cream, popcorn, hot dogs and hamburgers are fine foods. But there’s no reason for them to ever be mutated into candy form. In fact, some (aka me) think it should be illegal!

Unfortunately, we live in a fallen world where wickedness runs rampant. If you want to take a bite of the forbidden food for yourself, you can find them at your local Walgreens.

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