Razor Blade Found In Candy Bag Has More Nutritional Value Than 36 Mini Mars Bars

Prince George, BC – Many parents are concerned that they might find dangerous objects in their children’s candy bags after they come home from trick or treating. But a new study has found that dangerous objects hidden in candy are actually less harmful than the candy itself. “It’s hard to find something that you could sneak into a Mars bar that could be worse than a Mars bar,” said UBC candy lab researcher, Dr. Erica Styles. “It would be horrifying to find a dangerous object in your bag of candy but imagining a Mars bar slowly and painfully winding its way down into your intestines is far, far worse.” It is recommended by Dr. Styles that you sift through your bag to remove all the candy that might be contaminating any razor blades.

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