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Solar System Lollipops: Eat the Planets! And Pluto.

by Lambert Varias
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Unleash your inner Galactus with Vintage Confections’ “Planets solar system space ball style hard candy lollipop”. SEO-riffic! The lollipops feature images of the Sun and its planets, plus dwarf planet Pluto. It’s okay dude, we love you all equally, save for Earth. It just edges you all by a tiny bit, what with the oxygen and water and stuff.

solar system lollipop by vintage confections

My only complaint is that the most awesome-looking planet – Saturn – made for the lamest-looking lolly. Also I can’t differentiate the three bluish ones.

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Vintage Confections is selling the lollipops for $17.50 (USD) per 10 pieces. You can specify the flavor of each candy, so be sure to make Earth extra delicious! Whoops, as Vintage Confections mentioned in the comments, you can specify the flavor per order of 10 pieces, not for each piece.

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