Monday, October 16, 2006

Candy Bar Lines

So here is an interesting question. I was eating a miniature Snickers a few minutes ago and I looked at the bottom (flat side) of the bar and noticed the lines that are on it. To me they look like the squiggly lines that converge in the middle into a multi-line W.

This begs the question: What are those lines for? Are they strategically placed for grip of the bar? Are they there to let air pass under the bar to allow the chocolate to harden? Are they a secret code that, when broken, will reveal what the hell Nougat is?

I DON'T KNOW!!! I haven't got a clue but if it is on a Snickers bar, does that also mean my Milky Way or Three Musketeers might have this affliction? I need answers.

That is all,
Newt

9 Ripples in the pond:

Anonymous said...

i think they are the lines of the conveyor belt that the snickers drys on.

that is all.

andrew llyod weber

Trinity said...

I have done extra research, i.e. I ate more candy, and Twix and Milky Way have the same lines. The lines are too solid.

Kristy said...

I agree with andrew lloyd weber.

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Diana said...

Weird, I just ate a minature Snickers! I have to say my first thought was a conveyor belt, like Andrew Lloyd Weber.

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