Would You Rather? 5lbs Candy Corn vs. 5lbs Necco Wafers Eick October 19, 2011 Candy, Would You Rather? 17 Comments It’s Wednesday, which means it’s Would You Rather time. Today we test the fortitude of your stomach against two of the nastiest Halloween candies known to man. Here is the scenario: you are locked in a windowless room with nothing but a case of bottled water and a toilet. You cannot leave until you complete one of the following tasks: Option #1: Eat 5 pounds of candy corn Option #2: Eat 5 pounds of Necco wafers. Share in the comments why you made the choice you did. [poll id=”268″] The following two tabs change content below.BioLatest Posts Eick Latest posts by Eick (see all) Surge Wins Discontinued Foods Bracket! - April 12, 2013 Discontinued Foods Bracket FINAL VOTE: Surge vs. Planter’s Cheez Balls - April 10, 2013 Discontinued Foods Bracket Final Four! Surge vs. Ecto Cooler - April 8, 2013 17 Responses Mark October 19th, 2011 I am pretty sure either option would kill you. All of the Necco Wafer shards would shred your intestines like a pane of safety glass. That much Candy corn would never leave your stomach, it would just continue to attract all other things you ate until your stomach burst open like a seagull with an alka seltzer Reply James October 19th, 2011 I dont know about other people but I actually like candy corn. I buy 4 bags every year to eat for about 4 months. Reply Cyndy October 19th, 2011 It’s kind of difficult to eat Neccos quickly and they seem light in weight relative to their size, plus I really don’t like them at all, so Candy Corn is an easy call for me. I’d probably even enjoy the first bag of them. And I know this isn’t a choice but can you imagine having to eat five pounds of Peeps? Even though I like them, it would take forEVER to get through five pounds of them. Reply marcin October 20th, 2011 I think it’s a matter of moisture. Necco is dry like sand, while the corn at least is a little wet. Eating 5 lbs of anything would be an endurance trial, but the idea of my chapped mouth coughing out wafer dust is the least appealing. Reply Cynthia October 20th, 2011 Candy corn is just one flavor, whereas Necco wafers at least have some variety. And the Candy Corn just seems like it would sit in your stomach forever like a rock. Necco wafers for me. Reply Sam October 20th, 2011 Candy corn is GOOD, thanks very much. I’ll eat it all day and ask for more. Reply Chefprotoss October 21st, 2011 I would rather take a bath with a toaster than do either. Reply Sophia October 21st, 2011 Candy Corn isn’t all bad, I’d definitely eat eat five pounds of the chocolate ended tip. Reply Alana October 21st, 2011 I had to vote Necco wafers because I’m allergic to the soy protein in candy corn (it’s in there – look at the ingredients). But I hate Necco wafers. Reply danielle October 23rd, 2011 mm candy corn. i’d gladly eat five pounds of it. Reply julia November 5th, 2011 Dude I love candycorn. Mellocreme Pumpkins? Even tooth-achingly sweeter/better! Bringgg ittt. Necco Wafers can fuck off and dieeeee. That. is. not. candy. Reply icecycle66 December 5th, 2011 Can I trade them for 10 pounds of pine wood shims to eat instead? Reply Echo710 August 18th, 2012 This is an easy one. I actually like candy corn. Necco wafers, on the other hand… I’m not entirely convinced that those are food. Reply Kevin August 21st, 2012 I love candy corn, shit I can eat it all day. Fuck the wafers they suck big donkey balls. Reply Kat March 2nd, 2013 I would become incredibly sick, but candy corn all the way… The necco wafers are just a waste in the “candy” line up, more appropriate for after-dinner “mints.” Reply kp October 29th, 2013 Yes, I’m an ‘older person’ and believe it or not Neccos are one of my favorite candies. I also like pink Canada mints, black licorice allsorts (No red vines!), candy cigarettes, peanut butter bars and even those fake marshmallow ice cream cones. Brachs Bunny Basket Eggs are an Easter favorite. But I hate lots of modern candies such as Kit kats. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Current [email protected]* Leave this field empty Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.