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munching on a pack of candy cigs I ordered online (since no one around here sells them) I'm reminded of the UL that some brands of candy cigs were actually made by tobacco companies. I never really questioned that fact, truthfully I had forgotten in until now.

And while we're on the subject what other politicaly incorrect foods are there? Licorace guns were popular at one time (whose brilliant idea was that?) and then there's the nuts (brazil nuts I think) called "nigger toes" down here. I actualy have seen an old church cookbook calling for "1/2 cup crushed nigger toes" !

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I used to love these - called 'pint pots', delicious beer flavoured soft jelly candy...mmmm...i'm off to the pub.

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What could beer candy possibly taste like?

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I had heard about Brazil nuts being called "nigger toes", though I'm surprised to find them called that in a cookbook. I know there also used to be chocolate candies called "nigger babies." There's a steamed pudding called a "Dutch baby" also. The cookbook Square Meals by Jane and Michael Stern contains a recipe for "Sunbonnet Baby Salad." Canned pear halves are arranged round side up on lettuce leaves with cloves for eyes, blanched almonds for ears, and pimento slices for mouths. Why do the people who thought of these things think we're so eager to eat babies?

Mmmmm, beer-flavored candy. Does anyone know if there was ever real rum in butter rum Life Savers, or if it's just flavoring?

I remember buying bubble gum shaped like cigars.

And of course there's the old bit of cokelore about Coca-Cola containing cocaine.

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They were called Beer Bottles round these parts, Jay - used to love 'em when I was young too. Haven't seen them for ages. For those who don't know, they actually do taste beery, it's not just a wacky name.

I still buy Wine Gums occassionally, which taste nothing like wine. Why are they called Wine Gums, by the way? They have 'port' and 'hock' and 'sherry' written on them, or they used to anyway, but they don't have any winey taste.

Candy cigarettes were commonplace when I was a kid too, from little white sticks, to fairly realistic looking chocolatey things wrapped in rice paper.

The most ill-judged and stupidly politically-incorrect sweet I can think of, has to be this effort.

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Big League Chew is still around but it has almost completely downplayed the fact that it was supposed to be candy chewing tobacco.

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I wonder if the PC brigade ever got hold of these? [Big Grin]

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There are two apocryphal stories told:
One is that after hearing a fiery temperance sermon, Maynard the younger decided to market his candies as an aid to cutting down one's alcohol consumption. Therefore, he called them "wine gums", and labeled them with wine names.
The other story is simpler and probably closer to the truth. Maynard the younger wished to market his candies as being so good that they should be appreciated like a fine wine. Therefore he called them "wine gums" and labeled them with wine names.



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Jay Tea - what do those Black Jacks have on the wrappers? I remember when I was wee they did actually have a picture of a golliwog-type guy on them...

What about Robinson's jam? SeeEbay for the collectable "golly" badges...

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Aye there appears to be a black fella in a sombrero on the above Blackjacks, but I do remember the ealier incarnation too...

I wonder if goo-filled skulls are on anybody's PC list? [Smile]

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From the land of rules (otherwise known as Australia)
I remember candy cigaettes, but now they are yellow, without the red tip on the end and called fun sticks. Big Boss cigar candies are also still available, but now they are bright blue. Golliwog biscuits are now called Scallywags.
I just read an article in the paper about a new brand of dog biscuits that contain Hemp, not suprisingly it focussed on the Salvation Army kicking up a stink about it.

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Now that I think of it I'm pretty sure you can still get "It's a boy/it's a girl" bubble gum cigars in any hospital gift shop.

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From the department of 'what were they thinking':
(We have various people complaing across the UK. Not sure what the outcome was.)
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/manchester/3589747.stm
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/west_yorkshire/3466579.stm
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/west_yorkshire/3465015.stm

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I had one of those cannibis lollies. My sister picked one up for me when she was visiting one time. They tasted really good, but didn't really taste at all like cannibis, so I was pretty unsure I'd get high

Jay Tea those goo filled skulls actually look very good, I'd like to try some. It's too bad...here in Ontario, I don't remeber every having a controversial politicaly incorrect food. I think the closest thing that came to that would be the Maynard Wine Gums.

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I have seen tequila lollypops complete with the worm. Didn't try one, though.

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I always found toothbrush sweets to be rather ironic.

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They 'are' good m' muffin - sorta white chocolate filled with strawberry goo....mmmmm..strawberry goooo.....

Not that i've eaten them in 20 years but I remember them well - they were big-shot candies, they were like, 2p [Wink]

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Here's one:

"Mackie International withdrew its Chilly Bang! Bang! Juice snack package from the market after complaints from at least two state agencies. The Santa Fe Springs, CA, Company had developed a pistol-shaped package that allowed children to drink the juice by pointing the barrel into their mouths and squeezing a trigger."

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quote:
Originally posted by TB Tabby:
Here's one:

"Mackie International withdrew its Chilly Bang! Bang! Juice snack package from the market after complaints from at least two state agencies. The Santa Fe Springs, CA, Company had developed a pistol-shaped package that allowed children to drink the juice by pointing the barrel into their mouths and squeezing a trigger."

Look for the picture of Ernest Hemingway on the label!

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Greetings,

Is it just me, or does this seem like an interesting abet twisted gag-gift:

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The most ill-judged and stupidly politically-incorrect sweet I can think of, has to be this effort.

It looks like all the fuss was created almost three years ago, so they’re probably long gone - and if any weren’t eaten there after, the remainders are probably horribly stale. Anyone know if they’re still made, and able to be purchased? Googling around didn’t turn up any online candy stores that had them for sale.

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Oh yeah...there's another one called "Sweet Jesus Chocolate." A chocolate crucifix with a Christ figure that "bleeds" red jelly. Apparently it was sold in Australia a while back to put religion back in Easter.

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quote:
Originally posted by TB Tabby:
Oh yeah...there's another one called "Sweet Jesus Chocolate." A chocolate crucifix with a Christ figure that "bleeds" red jelly. Apparently it was sold in Australia a while back to put religion back in Easter.

Back when I was working catering for the convention center, the Association for Associations (I kid you not) had their annual dinner in Austin.
This is supposed to be a Very Big Deal. The dinner goes along as planned and then I bring my table dessert: a white chocolate tower filled with a raspberry sauce and something else inside. I am balancing a tray of 8 chocolate towers about 5-6" high, trying to do the ol' serve from the right and bend at the knees while people are trying to talk and not pay any attention to me. I set the first dessert in front of a man who picks up his printed menu, looks at the white chocolate tower, looks at the oozing bright red raspberry sauce, and starts laughing. He points to the top and says "Can I get a gummy Charles Whitman for the top? After all this is Austin".

It's hard to balance a tray of desserts, balance them as you walk around, and bend at the knees to serve from the right, but even harder if you're trying very hard not to snort with laughter and blow snot on anyone's white chocolate tower.

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Not quite the candy itself, but....

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Meet the faggot family
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"The great British faggot is full of flavour and a great belly warmer at this time of year."


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quote:
Originally posted by Danvers Carew:
The most ill-judged and stupidly politically-incorrect sweet I can think of, has to be this effort.

Interesting... I probably would've bought them... I loved those syringe-shaped pens when I was younger, preferably the ones with red (blood) or green (alien blood) goo inside [Big Grin] Ok I'm weird...

I never was a huge fan of candy cigarettes but I did like the gum cigarettes a lot.


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I remember a short-lived candy from the 80s called Barfo. It was sour candy powder in clear plastic dispensers that looked like little accordions with heads on them-the powder came out of the mouths. The stuff tasted awful, and no one liked the design, so it was discontinued.

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quote:
Originally posted by strange_little_girl:
Meet the faggot family
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"The great British faggot is full of flavour and a great belly warmer at this time of year."

which begs the question: is faggot as a term for gay men as popular there as it is here? cause if it is that boy's going to need therepy eventually.

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cause if it is that boy's going to need therepy eventually.
As if he wouldn't already, what with the last name of "Doody" n' all.

Yes, my sense of humor never evolved past the kindergarten level.

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I'm surprised I don't remember Barfo but it doesn't seem like such a bad idea. I think some candies are simply endurance challenges and not intended to be enjoyable.

Atomic Fire Balls is a good example. At first the treat is a bit painful but it seems to be a way of displaying some kind of physical strength/tolerance to discomfort. There are now very sour candies like Tear Jerker gum. It's not pleasant (at least not at first) but I think its a safe "dare". It might not work as well as the older practice of eating an earthworm (or other such critter) for preparing a kid to be a future Fear Factor contestant*, but its probably safer.

*While my generation may be a bit old for the show I think we'd do well at the eating chalenges. I'm from rural BFE where people drink some blood from their first hunting kill. We also drink fresh, unpasterized milk (milk straight from a cow/goat/sheep isn't the same as milk from a store), ate bugs on dares and were familar with various animal parts and used to eating them on a dare. Even "normal" stuff like like pig rinds seems gross to most when they see how they're made, if they've never seen it before. In fact there are some people who think all meat is gross once they see the "supplier" slaughtered and cut up. I just think that's life and, I'm glad I'm higher up on the food chain (is that Politically Incorrect?).

ETA: I just think most things are more cultural than anything else. I've had haggis and mountain oysters and its no biggie. "Mountain oysters" are actualy very simular to giblets (IMHO). I don't know when, where or why we drew some kind of accepted line between gross and good.

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am not even going to TRY reading thru (i know, whip me, i am evil)..
BUT
http://www.mcphee.com/

is a great place for weird candies, and links to other weird candy sites.

no, i won't eat the damn worms HOWEVER they are packaged!
(and i think a worm icon would be a useful addition here!) [Roll Eyes]

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quote:
Originally posted by Mari, a big square:
I had heard about Brazil nuts being called "nigger toes", though I'm surprised to find them called that in a cookbook. I know there also used to be chocolate candies called "nigger babies." There's a steamed pudding called a "Dutch baby" also. The cookbook Square Meals by Jane and Michael Stern contains a recipe for "Sunbonnet Baby Salad." Canned pear halves are arranged round side up on lettuce leaves with cloves for eyes, blanched almonds for ears, and pimento slices for mouths. Why do the people who thought of these things think we're so eager to eat babies?


Mmmmm, beer-flavored candy. Does anyone know if there was ever real rum in butter rum Life Savers, or if it's just flavoring?

I remember buying bubble gum shaped like cigars.

And of course there's the old bit of cokelore about Coca-Cola containing cocaine.

my mom always called brazil nuts "nigger toes" of course we never had any idea that the "n" word was a bad thing for anybodyl it's all in how you are raised.
( ok,shegrewuppoordirtfarmfamiliybackstreetso'texas)

it still didn't mean anything until somebody told me it was wrong.
hmmmm. what does this say about society?

oh, and hey, 'COKE SYRUP" did contain cocaine. originally. but the soda drink was changed ....long story, look it up for y'selves! [Confused]

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quote:
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oh, and hey, 'COKE SYRUP" did contain cocaine. originally. but the soda drink was changed ....long story, look it up for y'selves!

You mean like this?

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Since this thread has expanded from "politically incorrect" to encompass "gross out," I'd like to mention a candy that was briefly available some years ago: Dingleberries. I remember John Waters holding up a package for all to see on some talk show.
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From the first cannabis lolly article: "They are making cannabis look glamorous and that is wrong."

Yep, nothing says glamorous like a lollipop. That's why it's so hard to tell movie stars and small children on the day after Halloween apart. [Roll Eyes]

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For some reason, I keep thinking I've seen penis-shaped gummies before. They were marketed for bachelorette parties, I think, but imagine if someone's kids got ahold of them. [Eek!]

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They'd be laughing for days, quite frankly.

Back when I was at high school, one girl brought in a cock shaped lollypop. She was doing some very, uhh, *interesting* things with it too...

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