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This Hilarious Hot Dog Flavored Candy Canes Will Surely Make Your Christmas Jollier

This Hilarious Hot Dog Flavored Candy Canes Will Surely Make Your Christmas Jollier


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These Hot Dog Candy Canes are being introduced by Archie McPhee just in time for the holiday season.

The six-packs of red-and-white canes cost about PHP 330. Unfortunately, the flavor does not include condiments, so you’ll need to get some ketchup to fulfill your hot dog eating experience.
The legendary novelty candy and toy shop in Seattle, Washington, is known for its bizarre sweets, and the new addition is just one of the store’s many, many strange options.

Apparently, there is good news and bad news. The bad news is that the hot dog ones have already sold out. The good news is that there are plenty of additional options to choose from including candy canes that taste like Mac ‘n Cheese, Ham, Pho, Pickle, Bacon, Ketchup, and a variety of other strange flavors are among them.

If you’re somehow interested in trying one of these weird sweets, you can visit the Archie McPhee official website. Who knows, something might pique your attention.

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