Ad Nut
May 21, 2015

Candy-concealing product line helps adults hide candy from kids

From Sweden: 'Secret compartments' by Malaco

Candy-concealing product line helps adults hide candy from kids

A Swedish candy manufacturer called Malaco is claiming with a straight face that is has developed a series of home-furnishings that help adults hide candy from their children. Ad Nut's Swedish is a bit rusty, but the products appear to really be available on the company's website.

Apparently in Sweden it's a tradition to allow kids to eat sweets only on Saturday, but of course parents don't want to be deprived all week long. Yet with kids being as clever as they are, any conventional hiding place is sure to be discovered immediately.

Would a suspicious looking book or wall clock be any better? 

 

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