Written by Mike P.

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Topics: Candy, Court, Justice

Monday, 19 January 2009

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Fun? Fun?!

An area man filed a suit today claiming false advertising on miniature "Fun Size" candy bars.

Thomas Livingston, a 34 year-old self-proclaimed "Stars Wars Dragon Master", claims the title is misleading. "Who do they think they're fooling? There's nothing fun about an ounce of candy. Who's gonna be satisfied with this f****** tiny piece of chocolate?" wrote Mr. Livingston on his blog, referring to a package of a mini bars he recently bought on his way home to his parent's house.

This is not Mr. Livingston's first claim against food producers. Back in 2004 he filed a similar suit claiming he did not find "...one f****** golden balloon marshmallow..." in a box of Lucky Charms. The case was eventually dropped after it was discovered that Mr. Livingston's 5 year old cousin had snuck a bowl after Mr. Livingstone had fallen asleep eating Cheetos on his couch.

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