It’s Always Hanukkah at Walgreens

The best way to celebrate Easter (or Passover, or Tu Bishvat, or Holocaust Remembrance Day) is by eating some chocolate gelt and spinning some candy filled dreidels, right?
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Via the Consumerist blog:

Michael says his local Walgreens in Illinois can’t seem to unload its inventory of last year’s Hanukkah candy–so it just brings it back out with every other holiday.

Someone should tell the people at Walgreens about our awesome hot chocolate recipe that uses melted gelt.

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