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Is it really true that there is no wrong way to eat a Reese's Peanut Butter Cup?

Asked by Bluefreedom (22926points) November 4th, 2008

I saw a television commercial in my youth (man, I feel old) that purported this very thing.

Is anyone an authority on Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups or have you experimented with different ways of eating one?

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fl0w's avatar

Oh there’s a wrong way. A very wrong way. They just won’t tell you about it till its too late….

<shudder>

Bluefreedom's avatar

I’m afraid to ask. LOL

MissAnthrope's avatar

I’m pretty sure I could come up with some very wrong ways. You probably don’t want me to go there, though. I have a twisted mind.

Bluefreedom's avatar

Um, yes, I do want you to go there. I’d like a complete and graphic description, Alena. If you can’t say it on Fluther, where can you say it? :o)

Entertain us!

dalepetrie's avatar

Depends on where you stick it first.

Magnus's avatar

What a coincidence, I was just eating one!

With my feet.

lapilofu's avatar

@Bluefreedom: ow.

ccrash3's avatar

The only right way to eat them is frozen….

loser's avatar

Through the ear would be wrong…

AstroChuck's avatar

One should never eat a Reese’s as if it was a suppository.

Bluefreedom's avatar

TMI, AstroChuck. LOL

omfgTALIjustIMDu's avatar

bluefreedom: I thought you wanted the explicit details?

Um, yes, I do want you to go there. I’d like a complete and graphic description, Alena. If you can’t say it on Fluther, where can you say it? :o)
Entertain us!
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evelyns_pet_zebra's avatar

I think mixing it with water and making it into a soupy liquid and then using a syringe to inject it intravenously might be the wrong way.

cak's avatar

uh….HELLO….there is a wrong way!

If you are not eating around the edges, first, then enjoying the chocolate/peanut butter center, then you are doing it wrong! ;~)

j/k, of course. not really!

ShauneP82's avatar

Any way that is not orally is probably wrong.

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