Your stomach is going to hate you.
1. The Cadbury Screme Egg
The Screme Egg is Cadbury's equally delicious, yet more disgusting-looking cousin. Basically, Cadbury keeps it locked away in the attic for 11 months out of the year. It's best to eat this thing with your eyes closed and not think about the fact that you're devouring goo encased in chocolate. Sweet, delicious goo.
2. Halloween Peeps
People either love Peeps or want them wiped from the face of the Earth. Candy corn also gets a lot of hate, so I can only imagine the undeserved disgust some have for candy corn-flavored Peeps. For those of you out there who do enjoy 100% pure sugar in marshmallow form, the Peeps come in two additional flavors: caramel apple and pumpkin spice, because duh.
3. Glow-in-the-dark Oreos
Look, Oreos already come in black and orange Halloween colors, but these are "spooky edition glow-in-the-dark" Oreos. The cream certainly looks like it has that odd glow-in-the-dark plastic color; whether or not it actually does I don't know. In fact, I'm not even sure if the chemicals that makes stuff glow (phosphors) are meant for human consumption. Oh well, I'm sure Nabisco knows what they're doing.
4. Jones' Halloween Soda
Suck it, Monster! Jones is where the real monster sodas are, and the company has rolled out four disgusting-looking (and possibly tasting) Halloween beverages. Look, does candy corn or red licorice taste any better in carbonated liquid form? Probably not, but it can't be any worse for you than a Red Bull. Yeah, that's not saying much, but check out those cans!
5. Johnny Rockets' Goosebumps Shake
Do you live near a Johnny Rockets? GO THERE NOW. Don't live near a Johnny Rockets? FIND ONE AND GO THERE NOW. Just like the cardboard ad says, this thing is here for a "limited time." If you're going to make one guilty food choice this Halloween an Oreo milkshake with whip cream and gummy worms should be the only contender.