Like most of you, I always enjoyed the aftermath of trick-or-treating -- you know, the dumping of the bag to assess the quality of your haul. Anything with the word "mini" in it was usually a good thing. Candy with no name on the wrapper, not usually so much.

Yep, there is definitely a candy "hierarchy", no doubt!

Our friends at tried putting together a list of those bottom-feeders when it comes to Halloween candy. The treats that were still hanging out at the bottom of the plastic pumpkin a week after October 31st.

The following list is one guy's opinion, but you'll probably agree.

  • Raisinets
  • Good & Plenty
  • Dots
  • Bit-O-Honey
  • Necco Wafers
  • Caramel cubes
  • Dums Dums
  • Whoppers
  • Gum
  • Ambiguous generic candy

I'm going to agree with most of these choices (minus the caramel cubes). Got something you would add to this list? And no, toothbrushes do not count as candy, that has been established.