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My Bitter Valentine: Order Some Custom Anti-Sweethearts Candies

by Hazel Chua

For obvious reasons, February 14th is the day that most single people dread. If you’ve been dumped, cheated on, lied to, or jilted by a scumbag of an ex-boyfriend (or ex-girlfriend) recently, then it’s time you placed an order in for some bitter Valentine candy. I don’t mean bitter, as in bitter to the taste. Rather, I mean sweet little heart-shaped candies that carry a mean and definitely not well-meaning message on each.

Necco is well-known for their candy hearts, and they’ve begun offering a ‘personalize your own Necco‘ service lately which you can use to achieve your bitter ends this (anti-)Valentine’s Day. They’ve got filters set up to prevent people from personalizing profanity-riddled hearts… But where there’s a will, there’s a way.


Crude, I know, but hey, anything to cheer the lonelies and the heartbroken on Not-So-Happy Hearts Day, right?

[via BuzzFeed]

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  1. Unclejoe420 says:

    Didn’t an episode of MST3K have this idea in their Invention Exchange? Hehe

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