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Do we ever locate yourself stealing candy? Turns out you’re not alone, according to new research.
In fact, 59 percent of Americans reported that their honeyed tooth got a best of them and they’ve dark candy during some indicate in their lives.
The tip chairman to censor a honeyed things from? Their poignant others (52 percent), closely followed by their children (51 percent).
The consult asked 2,000 Americans about their candy-hiding habits and found a entertain certified to unctuous a square that didn’t go to them.
Conducted by OnePoll on interest of HI-CHEW, a consult asked respondents what their logic was behind their tip snacking – and what lengths they’ve left to in sequence to keep a good things hidden.
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The tip reason people censor candy from desired ones is a worry they’ll eat it all before respondents get a possibility to suffer a candy themselves.
Four-in-10 respondents also take condolence in stealing candy only to have a impulse of assent and still when they eat it.
Another 24 percent of respondents pronounced they would rather keep their candy to themselves.
One-in-three contend they’ve got candy stashed in their dresser, with 22 percent observant they’ve got some candy personally stowed on tip of a fridge.
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“The best thing about candy is that it can be enjoyed by anyone during any time,” pronounced Tatsuya Takamiya, Chief Marketing Officer of Morinaga America, Inc. “With HI-CHEW, it’s easy adequate to squeeze a hang of your favorite season or pick-up a brace bag filled with a fruity collection to emanate moments of complacency wherever we are.”
Some respondents certified to going to artistic lengths in sequence to keep their candy hidden.
From a hollowed-out book to a damaged diversion console or a non-functioning corridor light, Americans select some rather singular stealing places.
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One shining respondent common their many successful stealing mark even had a two-level confidence system: The initial step was fixation their candy inside a box of health food bars, afterwards stealing pronounced box behind plate towels in their kitchen drawer.
Another respondent even common locking divided candy in their personal safe.
Respondents concluded that a stakes are lifted with high-quality candy as well; as 57 percent pronounced they’re some-more expected to censor that additional good things from their desired ones.
TOP PEOPLE AMERICANS HIDE CANDY FROM
1. Their partner/significant other 52%
2. Their child/children 51%
3. Their co-workers 31%
4. Their roommate/roommates 28%
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AMERICANS’ TOP CANDY HIDING SPOTS
1. A high cupboard 32%
2. Their dresser 32%
3. Their table 26%
4. Their closet 24%
5. Above a fridge 22%
6. In their bag 22%
7. In their automobile 18%
8. Under their bed 10%
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AMERICANS’ MOST UNIQUE CANDY HIDING SPOTS(responses might have been edited for length and/or clarity)
• we have a book with a hollowed-out cell that sits on a bookshelf among a other genuine books
• we have dark [candy] in a groundwork so we can break when we do laundry
• In a damaged diversion console
• The protected in my home office
• Inside a box with health food bars and behind a plate towels in a drawer
• A box of noodles
• A coffee cup
• In a non-functional corridor light covering