Strangest Candies You Can Actually Buy


Candy makes the world go around. Or was it money? Either way, both are interchangeable, so I guess they’re both right. And since science has been slowly but surely moving into the “weird” part of science, we now also have weird candies.
Here’s some of the strangest-looking candies you can buy with your heard-earned money.
Moko Moko Mokolet
Just call it how it is: it’s a candy toilet. If that’s not giving you a hint of what their candy is going to taste like, I don’t know what else you need.

Lightning Bug Gummies
They come with a pair of tweezers and light up as you grab them. Why, you ask? I have no idea, but they exist!

Gummy Snake
If a gummy worm should ever be insufficient for your sugary cravings, there’s now an actual gummy boa constrictor that you’d probably physically be able to strangle someone with. It’s 26 pounds of gummy goodness for the cheap price of $125,99 and all your self-respect.

Scorpion Suckers
It’s a lollypop with a scorpion in the middle! Scar your children for life by putting real scorpions in their candy! Yes, they’re real.

Edible Diamonds
“Honey, I got you a diamond! Just kidding, it’s a piece of candy.” Name me one situation where this ends right. One.

Bacon Flavored Mints
Mmm, don’t you just love it when your breath smells like fresh… bacon?

Dehydrated Zebra Tarantula
You read this and were hoping it was a zebra, not a tarantula, but you were wrong. It’s an actual dried-up spider in a can. Yum-yum!