White Castle candle

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16 Responses to “White Castle candle”

  1. Xopher says:

    Maybe it’s that I’m a vegetarian…but ick.

  2. Nash Rambler says:

    I feel like I’m in the minority here, but not only do I like White Castle, I like this candle, and have no agenda to attach to it.

  3. Gutierrez says:

    I thought I craved electrolytes?

  4. scifijazznik says:

    You know if you just light a White Castle, it will burn longer than the candle, right?

  5. antiemantiem says:

    If today were April Fool’s Day I would’ve guessed this were a joke

    The only time i ever ate White Castles was on a visit to NYC in 1982 – we bought a few and then hung out in Brooklyn. The chain only made it here to California for a short time. Though I’ve had the frozen, store-bought version – which kind of suck

    If I’m recalling correctly, the smell of a White Castle burger is sharp, steamy and very bitterly beefy

  6. Stefan Jones says:

    The White Castle souvenir website was selling them, but they’re currently out of stock:

    http://www.lpestore.com/whitecastle/default.aspx

  7. Anonymous says:

    Are they made with real beef fat?

  8. vetnoir says:

    If only there were Dick’s Drive-In candles, then I would be all over this.

  9. Rider says:

    Would have been better if they had used the orignal white castle design.

  10. Cynical says:

    “Productized”? Have we really stooped that low, or have I just been successfully trolled?

  11. Anonymous says:

    I think the candle is cool but there is one issue I have. I am a member of GRASP, which allows aspies to speak for aspies. But this campagain benefits ‘Autism Speaks’ the curbie group who put a C & D against a spectrumite for making a parody of their website. If you buy this, tell these folks that there are better orgs to help.

  12. Anonymous says:

    Krystal’s are better.

  13. liquis says:

    I keep having to be reminded that this is a fastfood chain and not a Dentistry chain.

  14. NeonCat says:

    You can pry my Krystals out of my cold, dead Southern hands.

  15. Anonymous says:

    More of a Little Tavern man myself…But they’re all gone now.

    • Anonymous says:

      Yes they were the best in the 50s and 60s (Little Tavern) I think some of them are now Chinese Carry outs

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