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Monday, October 5, 2020

Ghoulishness and Halloween Erotica

 Dear Sillies,
   Annual announcement: When shopping for Halloween candy, please AVOID HERSHEY. They haven't changed their evil ways. Hershey condones, maintains, and supports child enslavement in the West Indies - where it gets its chocolate.
   Unfortunately, the US's sub-par standard candy (M&M's, Milky Way, etc.) are Hershey's too. But there are plenty of healthier options (Fair Trade anything, European or Costa Rican chocolate, granola bars...closing the door and shutting the lights).
   On a sweeter note,  many years ago, I began to write a playful Halloween poem. But my warped brain and lustful sweet tooth penetrated inappropriate terrain. So began my poetic erotica series. Accidentally. Don't blame me. Blame the dark, hearty, slightly crunchy outside, but delightfully milky inside, ones that I can't get enough of. 

  Wink.
    Enjoy.

 

25 comments:

  1. You have outdone yourself this year.
    Hopefully candy corn is safe.

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    1. Well, recycling helps a lot, Alex. Thank goodness I've been going at this blog thing for so long. I hope candy corn is safe, though I don't think so. I won't tell, though. It's just a once per year indulgence. Cheers.

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  2. Another Halloween person!!!!! I love the poem!

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    1. Thank you, Mistress. Be warned: There will be more.
      Love ya.

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  3. Smiling broadly. Thank you for your slavery free and hot treat.

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  4. Thanks for the warning about Hershey's. And for the poem. Some of us find the penetration of such terrain to be perfectly appropriate.

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    1. Haha. Yes, Infidel. It's all about the tricks and treats, after-all. Nothing inappropriate here.
      Enjoy!

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  5. I like "my candy corns scream out your name." Keep up the anti-Hershey's comments. You're helping to educate the world.

    Love,
    Janie

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  6. Yeah, sure, "accidentally." I totally believe you, Robyn!

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    1. Some accidents were intentionally made to happen -- by me, too. Thanks for taking my word for it, Debra.
      =)

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  7. Hey, the pope is blessing this poem and consecrating the children of the corn. All is horrifically good. You're the best, Robyn!

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    1. "Children of the corn" - that is SO good, Joanne.

      PS I'll be returning something your way soon.
      You are wonderful.

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  8. Accidentally? You mean like I accidentally will rhyme this one time. Riiiiight! lol

    Sure a fine way to spread some halloween cheer indeed.

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    1. Well, yeah, I wouldn't have "accidents" like that if I didn't have such a deliberately naughty mind, I suppose. But hey, ya'all keep coming (and I don't mean anything naughty by that).
      Cheers.

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  9. One of the best things about being in the UK (from a chocoholic's point of view) is how many fairtrade and indie chocolate makers they are. My Facebook feed is full of them falling over themselves to sell me chocolate in the most delicious flavours - bakewell tart, lime and ginger, lime and chilli, coffee... ooohh!

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    1. Mmmm mmm mmm. I'm jealous. You have the real stuff there. Our "chocolate" has no right to be called "chocolate" in comparison. Enjoy, Annalisa.

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  10. Delightful poem, dear Robyn. When I learned where I was, after mastering enough English at age 70 or so, I decided to be a Californian for as long as I could. That meant I had to learn about Ghirardelli Square, the former factory of Domingo Ghirardelli, San Francisco's original chocolatier. Domingo started the factory in the 1860s and I think it'll make good.

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    1. I didn't know it was that old, dear Geo. I remember visiting - I love Ghiradelli's Sq. Did you take the trolley to it? I think it might make a stop at the factory, if I recall correctly.
      Love you.

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  11. It's so hard to find something that isn't part of the big conglomerates at our rural grocery stores. But I'll find some alternative. Of all the things we get our panties in a bunch over, child enslavement should be at the top of our list.

    Your poems always make me giggle.

    PS...I'll have to send you an evil human update!!!

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    1. Glad you found the kinder chocolate, my dear. I'll have to post about that as an option, because I think it's fairly readily available.
      Love and solidarity!

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  12. I am so not into Candy corn especially when they are orange, something is sick there but porn is aok in my books. Chocolate too but not the Hershey's kind.

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