Though this better-tasting version of Pez tends to fall off of everyone's radar once Halloween's passed, it became a big source of anxiety for parents back in 2009, when the Wall Street Journal shed light on a weird fad of kids indulging in smoke breaks with the candy. Wanna-be puffers crushed the sugar tablets into powder, and using the cellophane wrappers as bootleg rolling papers, breathed in and exhaled, producing clouds of sugar-smoke.

What better a way to impress shorties from Language Arts class? At least until you end up with nose maggots. Per health experts, they'll hop right into your schnoz to feed on the sugary residue. Not quite the look you were going for, we'd imagine.