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Five Random Facts About Easter Candy

Five Random Facts About Easter Candy

Photo credit: Flicker | Dave Haygarth

Photo credit: Flicker | Dave Haygarth | Easter Sunday

Easter is on Sunday, and Americans are expected to spend around $2.4 BILLION just on candy. With that in mind, here are five random facts about Easter candy . . .

  1. Easter is the second-biggest candy holiday of the year. Halloween is first, followed by Easter.
  2. 87% of parents will buy or make an Easter basket for their kids. And 81% of them will STEAL candy from their kid’s stash.
  3. 89% of people believe the proper way to eat a chocolate bunny is ears first. 5% like to eat the feet first and 4% go for the tail.
  4. More than 1.5 BILLION Peeps are consumed each year. And there are 35 flavors of Peeps available each Easter season.
  5. Americans eat more than 16 million jelly beans during Easter. That’s enough jelly beans to circle the globe three times.

 

(Wallet Hub / Elite Daily / Bustle)

Random Facts For Friday Just For You

Random Facts For Friday Just For You

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Here are some random facts for you . . .

  1.  American cheese was invented by a Canadian guy. James Kraft was born in Canada in 1874, moved to Chicago in 1903, and created American cheese in 1916.
  2.  Iowa has the fewest official state items, like state bird, state flower, or state drink . . . they’ve only got eight. Massachusetts has the most . . . they’ve got 44.
  3.  WWE WrestleMania was almost called the Colossal Tussle. That was the name Vince McMahon came up with back in 1985. (WrestleMania 31 is Sunday night.)
  4.  There’s only one person who’s ever won a Nobel Prize AND an Oscar. George Bernard Shaw won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1925 and the Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay in 1938 . . . both for “Pygmalion”.Al Gore ALMOST won both . . . he got the Nobel Prize, but the Oscar for “An Inconvenient Truth” went to the director, Davis Guggenheim.
  5.  America tried to buy Greenland back in 1946, and offered Denmark $100 million . . . but got turned down.

(Gizmodo / St. Louis Post-Dispatch / Uproxx / Wikipedia / Wikipedia)