A listing of cute candy bar sayings and interesting quotes to get your sweet tooth going.
“You can tell a lot about a fellow’s character by his way of eating jellybeans.” ― Ronald Reagan
“Whoever thought a tiny candy bar should be called fun size was a moron.” ― Glenn Beck
“Candy is dandy, but liquor is quicker.” ― Ogden Nash
“There’s nothing as cozy as a piece of candy and a book.” ― Betty MacDonald
“The next morning dawned bright and sweet, like ribbon candy.” ― Sarah Addison Allen
“I thought I was eating a candy bar, but it turned out to be a yummy burrito. I was both disappointed and appointed at the same time. ” ― Jarod Kintz
“Knowledge was like candy: you never turned it down, especially if you didn’t have to work too hard to get it.” ― Robert Liparulo
“Candy is natures way of making up for Mondays.” ― Rebecca Gober
“He was like her favorite type of candy, she realized, a bit sour at first but all sweetness in the long run. Admittedly . . . that tartness was part of the allure all along.” ― Victoria Kahlere
“Candy is full of taste. But so is shit, because taste is full of smell. ” ― Jarod Kintz
“If you want to grow up to be a big, strong pea, you have to eat your candy,” Papa Pea would say.” ― Amy Krouse Rosenthal
“I’ve never understood the term “Fun Size!”. There is absolutely nothing funner about smaller portion sizes!” ― Whitney Crandall
“And I come to realise that all my small todays, the way I act, will lead into my tomorrows.” ― Luke Davies
“Jelly beans! Millions and billions of purples and yellows and greens and licorice and grape and raspberry and mint and round and smooth and crunchy outside and soft-mealy inside and sugary and bouncing jouncing tumbling clittering clattering skittering fell on the heads and shoulders and hardhats and carapaces of the Timkin works, tinkling on the slidewalk and bouncing away and rolling about underfoot and filling the sky on their way down with all the colors of joy and childhood and holidays, coming down in a steady rain, a solid wash, a torrent of color and sweetness out of the sky from above, and entering a universe of sanity and metronomic order with quite-mad coocoo newness. Jelly beans!” ― Harlan Ellison
“You can keep a piece of candy in its wrapper for up to twenty years. After that, it turns into a hideous black goo.” ― Darlene Lacey
“I’d always hated any kind of peanut butter candy. Peanut butter, in my opinion, belonged in sandwiches and nowhere else.” ― Morgan Matson
“After all, they’d be busy for a while, they were Candymakers now, and they had a whole lotta candy to make.” ― Wendy Mass
“She grinned, looking for all the world like a sticky-mouthed little girl who had just convinced her gullible mother that she really did drop the first piece of candy into the storm drain and would need another.” ― Wendy Corsi Staub
“After the film it was raining, a light steady rain. Ruthless neon on the wet streets like busted candy.” ― Denis Johnson
“Did you know that at one time trick-or-treating was stopped? It’s true. During World War II children were not allowed to trick or treat because there was a sugar shortage.” ― Linda Bozzo
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