My love for bit o honey and chick o sticks was unreal. I used to spend the weekends at my grandparents and there was a corner store down the street that sold candy for one cent. My grandfather would give me a $2 bill and I'd go to the corner store and buy all the chick o sticks and bit o honey that would fit in my paper bag and still have enough for a 25 cent orange crush soda. I'd spend all morning in front of the big screen floor model tv watching bugs bunny and Tom and Jerry until it was all gone then I knew it was time to start my day outside playing with my friends. Those were the good old days. Della from Arkansas*
I lived back in the time of penny candy. My Grandma would give me and my two cousins a dime each and off we would go to the Hub to get a bag of candy. And of course we would all get several pieces of Bit-O-Honey for Grandma because it was her favorite. I still think about Grandma when I see Bit-O-Honey candy... and of course I buy it for myself now. Karla from Minnesota
As a kid I would go to the five and dime and pick out assortments of penny candy, take it all home and my friends and I would play games and we all put a piece of candy in the middle of the table and whoever won each game got all the candy. I got that idea from watching my grandparents play Poker-- Sylvia from Virginia
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Posted by: WCandy
Taste was authentic, packaging was easy to remove the candy. No complaints other than perhaps the price should be a bit lower.
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