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Saturday, September 22, 2012

80th Birthday retro Candy Gift Basket
The latest report on the average age of life expectancy for a man is 74.1; for a woman it's 79.1. That said, it seems that any person reaching the milestone age of 80 not only deserves our respect, and pat-on-the-back, but an 80th birthday retro candy gift basket.

Okay, so it's candy, but so what? Retro candy at the age of 80 or older is a good thing and it does allow the birthday man or woman a chance to celebrate like a kid again. We should all be that lucky. Even the late comedian Joe E. Louis who uttered the famous line: "If I'd known I was going to live this long, I would have taken better care of myself," would have enjoyed an 80th birthday retro candy gift basket from his fellow comedians.

Actually, birthdays are not really about celebrating your age—it's about celebrating your birth; ergo, birthday. It's a day to commemorate your entrance into this world, and reflect on your life and all of the choices you have made along the way. And what better way to celebrate than with a retro candy gift; the perfect alternative they won’t expect.

Look folks, it can be your own 80th celebration, a family member, or a close friend. Any way you slice it, reaching the 80th birthday pinnacle can be a milestone in any person's life. It's also a cause for joy and happiness. If you're planning an 80th birthday party for that special person, you have an octogenarian in your life. And you’re most likely thinking about a special treat for him or her to commemorate this happy occasion without "breaking the bank." Birthday cards are okay, but your birthday man or woman has more than likely seen all the birthday cards they want. So why not choose an alternative treat. An 80th birthday retro candy gift basket should do the trick and put a smile on their faces. You're never too young to enjoy the taste of candy.

by: Woodstock Candy


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