The Giant Gummy Bear on a Stick

November 27, 2008

Because everything’s better on a stick!

Admit it, you know you’ll eat anything on a stick. From corn dogs, to cotton candy, candy apples, to lollipops; everything instantly becomes better when placed on a stick. That’s just a fact of life.

The bigger, the better
Vat19.com
is a website that creates and sells curious and unusual gift ideas. And now, they have made it possible for you to enjoy a candy classic – the gummy bear – on a stick. And they didn’t just take any old gummy bear and poke a stick through it, no, they had to up the size by, one, no, 88 regular gummy bears into a single giant gummy bear.

Half a pound of gummy goodness
The Giant Gummy Bear on a Stick
itself is 4 inches tall, and weighs half a pound. It comes in three tasty flavours: blue raspberry, green apple, and red cherry. The Giant Gummy Bear includes 6 servings, with 140 calories per serving, for a total of 840 calories per Giant Gummy Bear – hey, it’s candy after all, it’s not suppose to be healthy.

Vat19.com makes a funny
It wasn’t enough for them to create the most awesome candy invention since the Twizzler, but they also had to make a hilarious, curiously awesome, Youtube video as well:

Novelty comes with a price
Each Giant Gummy Bear on a Stick is sold for $9.95 a piece, which is not cheap, considering 20oz of regular gummy bears cost between $3-6 on Shopzilla.com. But you know my motto, everything’s worth trying at least once. So go for it, splurge a little and treat yourself to a Giant Gummy Bear on a Stick. Remember, eat head first!

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