Learn How to Repurpose Halloween Candy in Today’s Comic Strip

What happens next?

“I used some old Marathon Bars for the chocolate”, said Charmy.

“Oh dear lord”, says Frenchy. “That candy bar hasn’t been made in a decade!”

“I also used Fruity Cuties for the sweet crunch”, says Charmy.

“Wait!”, exclaims Frenchy. “Weren’t Fruity Cuties recalled because they caused stomach rot?”

“Oh, now that I think about it…” says Charmy.

“WAIT!”, screams Frenchy. “You said you added it for a crunchy texture. I thought Fruity Cuties were soft and squishy”.

“Not when they are fifteen years old”, says Charmy.

“Oh, my stomach is beginning to cramp”, Frenchy informs Charmy. “I think I am going to be sick”.

“I have been eating these all day, and I am just fine”, says Charmy.

Weaver walks up.

“Cool!”, exclaims Weaver. “Snacks!”

“Weaver, NO!”, warns Frenchy. “Those snacks were made with candy that is twenty years old”.

“Oo Fancy!”, says Weaver. “2003 was an excellent year!”

Weaver starts munching down and Charmy joins in.

“You two are gross!” yells Frenchy as she walks away.

“Why did you tell Frenchye you used old candy?”, asks Weaver.

“If I told her the candy was fresh, she’d wanna eat it”, says Charmy. “More for us!”

“Fresh!” chuckles Weaver. “Fresh out of Sarge’s desk drawer”.

“What better way to hide stolen candy?”, says Charmy, “Just bake it in a brownie!”


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Cartoonist and Creator of the nationally distributed comic strip Charmy's Army. Davy is renowned in Artist's Alley for his amazing mash-ups using his characters portraying pop culture icons and figures.

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