Saturday, May 17, 2008

PhotoHunt 110 - Candy

PhotoHunt theme for this Saturday is CANDY.

I have no pictures of CANDIES. So, I just took picture of the CANDIES I keep in my cars. They are "Honey-Lemon Menthol Candies". I like menthol CANDIES.

Upcoming PhotoHunt themes:
  • May 24 - shoes
  • May 31 - self (yourself or part of you)
  • June 7 - bad hair


Fishman said...

Oh I keep some candies in my car too and I like the menthol flavor too. Good to get rid of bad breath. ;-)

eastcoastlife said...

I have candies in my bedroom and office desk. :) I have menthol flavored candies in my handbag. :)

leslie said...

You sure keep a lot in the car! Good job! :D

Dra. Rio said...

can i have some?? hehe

Dragonstar said...

That's a lot of candies to keep in a car!

Snap Catch said...

nice catch foe today's theme, Hope you'll visit mine too...

TiOheM said...

That's one purpose - to get rid of BB.

I also have candies in my office.

@leslie & dragonstar
I just bought a bag and I'll divide them in my two cars and have some for the office.

@dra. rio
Sure, you can have some! But as a dentist, do you advise candies?

Dianne said...

Menthol? Sounds like they open up your head too!
Thanks for dropping by my blog.

Powell River Books said...

That way your tongue and nose get a double treat. You can see my Canadian candy offering by clicking here. – Margy

MyGoodfFinds said...

Doesn't the candy melt in the car? Cheers from Maryland!

peppylady said...

I like hard candy to just suck on.
At this time I'm having suffering from allergies and which some time I have a drip in back of my throat and it's no fun I could go and on.

Thanks for visiting me.

Carl said...

Honey? Good. Lemon? I love lemon candies. Menthol? thank you. Oh well. I would like to have candy from time to time but I had gastric bypass surgery to lose weight (almost 200 pounds thus far lost) two years ago and I've avoided sugars since then with very few exceptions. If I consume too much sugar, I will get a case of "dumping syndrome" which suffice to say is quite unpleasant. This is something all gastric bypass patients will get from time to time from eating too much, eating too fast, consuming too much sugars or carbs, and sometimes from foods that just don't sit well. It's not life threatening and usually lasts only about 20 minutes, but it's no fun.

BTW, there is a store here in Tallahassee that stocks some hard-to-find imported candy mostly from Great Britain, Belgium and Japan and another little store just up the road in Havana, Florida (an antique shop mecca if you’re ever in the area) that sells British foods including plenty of candy. And there are several Oriental markets in the area with plenty of Japanese, Korean and Taiwanese candies.

I've got my PhotoHunt entry up at in case you're interested. If you do visit, please leave a comment and feel free to explore the rest of my little blog.