The love of a family is life’s greatest blessing, they say.
In other news, a completely grown-up UK woman stole over £1,000 (US$1,705) from her disabled mother to feed her crazy Candy Crush addiction, the Telegraph reports.
The 45-year-old woman, Sally-Anne Turner, had access to her mother’s bank account when she acted as her caregiver. The mother noticed money disappearing from her bank account between February 2012 and January 2014, coincidentally during the time that her daughter “became addicted to Candy Crush Saga and other online gaming sites.”
“The minute I heard about Candy Crush, I though it was a candy or a soda,” said Dylan’s Candy Bar proprietor Dylan Lauren. “So I’m pretty, like, surprised that they didn’t launch a candy earlier.”
Ms. Lauren was presiding over a small party at her Candy Land-like temple to sugar yesterday evening, in honor of the launch of a line of Candy Crush-branded candies. Boxes are $4 a pop and available in four flavors; Dylan’s Candy Bar will sell them beginning Nov. 1, before they roll out to retailers including WalMart in the following days, WWD reports.
By now, you’ve probably become a complete slave to Candy Crush, the mind-numbing game that will leave you seeing replicating chocolates everywhere you look. One analyst estimates it’s generating $633,000 per day for the company that created it. Woe unto Zynga!
But guess what? You’re not alone, because no one is more obsessed with Candy Crush than moms. Exhibit A: Twitter, which is overrun with people complaining that they’ve basically been abandoned in favor of the mad addictive game.
Hey, at least that’s one more person you can beg for extra lives: