Phlogging Day 13: Hee-Haw Farms

This evening, we decided to have a little FHW with our friends the Allers at Hee-Haw Farms in Pleasant Grove. The highlight was going on a wagon ride (sans hay bales) to a pumpkin patch. As we went out, high-school kids dressed up threw candy our way into the wagon. Doing so, a Bit-O-Honey got thrown into the wagon, to which I then decreed it to be the worst Halloween candy of all time. After a moment of thought, I retracted that statement and decreed the Necco to be the worst candy of all time. Serious, when you go the store to buy Halloween candy, to you consciencly make the decision to make everyone that comes to your door made that they took the time to walk up the step, only to be rewarded with slightly flavored chalk? 

Please people, there is better, also cheap, candy out there. 

What is your least favorite Halloween candy? Favorite?

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8 thoughts on “Phlogging Day 13: Hee-Haw Farms

  1. ah, yes. where the freak do people buy these things?! ps. if you’ve not seen Jerry Seinfeld’s schtick on Halloween candy from his “I’m telling you for the last time” DVD, you need to :) You and melissa should download it and cuddle up for a date night in front of the computer. It is hilarious.@Jake Spurlock -

  2. Jake Jake Jake,
    Bit-O-Honeys have been making my October. Mmmm, they are so good. Luckily I didn’t read this until tonight, or else you would have been barred from entering our house. Wait, we really needed you. Still, I need Bit-O-Honeys. But candy corn is definitely gross, and I don’t know of a single person who can actually eat one of those giant peanuts. Yuck. Thanks for killing any late night candy cravings I had.

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