I must admit that I'm totally amazed that such a product as a candy g-string or thong exists. Presumably it is to be nibbled on as part of foreplay. It must require the wearer to have a great sense of humor, a lack of ticklishness, and few inhibitions. Not to mention a superlative Brazilian waxing! And they're reasonably priced at only $11.50!
I fear that I am skirting the margins of taste with this topic. Still, what a thought to have one under my skirt at work . . . . Would it get sticky in warm weather or from body heat?
I wonder what the Nutrition Facts label says regarding this product. How many calories does it have? What is its sodium content? And, very importantly, how many servings goes with each?
Suppose the candy thong or g-string is listed for two servings? I can imaging some eagle-eyed Republican reading this, and concluding that the government is indirectly sanctioning threesomes! Oh my, what a can of worms! Particularly since it implies a not-often-thought-of form of threesome: two men and one woman! They don't do that sort of thing in Florida!
In fact, there can be a lot of possible naive logical processes and faulty assumptions to adopt.
At any rate, if the thong is edible, it should warrant nutrition information. This would at least satisfy the Democrats! And we would not want any of our citizens becoming and living large from eating candy thongs, especially during the holiday season, when sweet treats abound.
Even better: You can also wear a matching candy bra for about $9.50. The product is listed as "one size fits most." [Sure. . . .] After all, lingerie should match. Very definitely you might wonder about the caloric intake that goes with a matching candy thong and bra set and how many servings they represent! Maybe the resulting activity might serve to work off some of those calories.