October 30th is National Candy Corn Day, as if we didn't have a candy holiday already scheduled for the next day. National Candy Corn Day is a creation of the National Confectioners Association, as a way of reminding everyone to go buy some. In honor of the occasion, Time Newsfeed presents An Oral History of Candy Corn, which they call "the most polarizing confection of them all." I guess that's true, because everyone seems to either love candy corn or despise it. My household goes through tons of it every October, but as soon as it's gone, we don't think about it for another year. Hey, those Halloween shelves in the stores empty out to make room for Christmas candy, after all! -via Digg
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