It's 10:55AM and I have the worst craving for a "Crunchie." Crunchies are a made by Cadbury, sold in the British diaspora (Canada, New Zealand, UK, etc), but not so much here. They're this honeycombed crunchy sponge toffee covered with milk-chocolatey yumminess. I had a small bar this past Sunday because a cousin from Ireland sent over some. And now I want more!
Silly Americans. Why is there no market for Crunchies here? Because if there were, Cadbury, would definitely be selling them and making money here! Instead we get those stupid cream-filled Easter eggs.