Which is the most tempting forbidden snack?


We regret to inform you that Tide Pods are not the only toxic item that looks delicious.

Yes, the detergent-filled Fruit Gusher of our wildest meme fantasies is only one forbidden snack among (potentially) thousands. In fact, forbidden snacks are all around us. We just have to look for them. And suspend virtually all of our natural shame.

But which is the best forbidden snack? Of course, it depends on your personal tastes — if you don’t like opaque gummies, for example, you probably won’t find Polly Pocket shoes very appetizing.

But there are some forbidden snacks that are just objectively better than others, which is why we’ve compiled this definitive ranking for your use.

Please do not eat any of these things.

11. Himalayan salt lamps

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We’ve seen a lot of talk about how delicious these salty lights look, but we’ll admit we just don’t understand the hype. First of all, you can technically lick Himalayan salt lamps, so the snack isn’t entirely forbidden. And they’re not even bite size! But they do resemble sour rock candy, which is incredible. Ultimately … we get it.

10. Nintendo DS styluses

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Is this the most luxurious forbidden snack? No. Does the pink one from the DS Lite look like strawberry-iced Pocky? Yes.

9. Polly Pocket clothes

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For lovers of gummy candy (like the blue Scooby Doo fruit snack), Polly Pocket’s bite-size clothing items look like the perfect after-school treat. Go ahead, slip an extra…

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