The Three Musketeers

Did you know this?

Musketeers is a candy bar made in the U.S. by Mars, Incorporated. It is filled with a fluffy chocolate nougat in the middle.
When introduced in 1932, 3 Musketeers had three pieces of candy in one package, flavored vanilla, chocolate and strawberry, hence the name. In the 1950’s the single vanilla flavored bar had two shallow scores. It was marketed as the candy bar that was so big it could be shared with two friends.

Someone told me this a while back and I thought I shared it with my internet peeps, but then I guess I never did.

My favorite candy bar is the Snickers followed closely by the Baby Ruth and then Butterfinger. When I was little I was a big fan of Sugar Babies and Bit-o-Honey, but now those threaten to pull off my crown on my tooth and so I stay away from them. That and they are full of sugar and honey.

I love chocolate, but I am not a fan of raspberry or lemon. I hate when I go to a wedding and they ruin a perfectly good cake by adding lemon or raspberry or both(blech). I’m a huge fan of coconut and most tropical things. I love to go to Frulatti and get a Strawberry, Banana, Coconut Smoothie even though it’s not on the menu.

My biggest crave is chocolate chip cookies which I have confessed here on more than one occasion. I loved the Cookie Monster when I was little because he was always eating HUGE chocolate chip cookies and he was having so much fun doing it.

So what are your faves?

By Evan Stark

Eddie Renz is an avid fan of Egyptology, Wilbur Smith and bacon. Not a fan of humility but often finds himself humbled when he is around people who understand numbers like the Fibonacci sequence and Pi.

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