The simple process of deciding what to have for dessert tonight lead to a small rant to my parents and brothers about false advertising in the world of chocolate. Here it is......
|Hershey's Air Delight; all air-- no delight.|
Hershey's Air Delight is not really so much of a delight as Hershey's would make you think. Sure, it's chocolate and it's Hershey's...so of course it's delightful. But, basically, upon buying one, you receive a chocolate bar that's full of air pockets, so while it looks bigger than other Hershey's bars, it's the same amount of chocolate, if not less, since the space that's normally full of chocolate is full of air. I don't know about you, but for me, that's not exactly delightful. That's just a chocolate bar full of air. I'm getting less chocolate for my money, and I fall for it because you put it in a fancy wrapper and call it delight. Clever, Hershey's.....clever.
|Fun Size? Seems like false advertising to me!|
The other candy trick that always mystifies me is the concept of Fun Size. When the candy is so small that I can eat it in one or two bites, than that's not fun-sized. That's a nice bite, but that's not fun. I'd call those baby-sized. Fun size candy bars are those giant ones that my neighbor used to give to brave trick-or-treaters who "survived" his "haunted garage". That's a fun size. That's a lot of fun! A half-bite of candy is not fun. That just whets my insatiable appetite for more chocolate. A King-Sized candy bar my idea of fun!