They just don’t make them like they used to–as in a 17-inch, one-pound caramel taffy sucker on a wooden stick! These monsters are a favorite from the 1950s, fortunately, they are offered in junior size as well.
SweeTarts is a sweet and sour tablet shaped candy. Created in 1963, the candies flavors were grape, cherry, lemon, lime, and orange. Today, the candy is a lot sourer and the flavors are cherry, grape, green apple, and blue raspberry.
Invented by the American Candy Company in the early 20th century, wax lips have been adored by kids for decades for the fun of giant red lips–they were intended to be used as an ersatz chewing gum after the fun of the lips wore off. The lips are now produced under the Wack-O-Wax brand name. Other incorporations of the theme include wax fangs, wax moustaches, and lips with protruding teeth.