from turtles to pixies....
t20mxs1 at CORN.CSO.NIU.EDU
Tue Jun 27 10:36:30 UTC 2000
Bruce Dykes wrote:
> The only pixie candy I've ever come across is (are?) Pixie Stix. Though a
> case could be made that the three foot editions really don't have anything
> to do with pixies anymore...8-)
> I've never seen pixies associated with chocolate...
Ooops! I attributed Pixies to "Fannie Mae" candies -- an obvious
intrusion from the financial markets. (Not that I would know much about
financial markets. To me, the classic example of an oxymoron is an
"economic anthropologist", becaue if we knew anything about economics we
surely wouldn't be anthropologists.)
The candy people spell their company label "Fannie May". Here's a quote
from their online ordering service:
Send a Fannie May® favorite to all your loved ones. Pixies® have
remained our best selling candy for years -- winning every popularity
contest with the perfect taste combination of crunchy pecans and smooth,
creamy caramel -- drenched in delicious milk chocolate.
OK, Bruce, now you've seen Pixies® associated with chocolate. Maybe
it's the pixies, not the Pixies®, who never touch the stuff.
--mike salovesh <salovesh at niu.edu> PEACE !!!
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