Candy Man

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A regional term for a drug pusher
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For his Freaks Unleashed parties The Candyman, who owns FreeChoice Australia, choose prospective partygoers after they sent in a photo and filled out a questionnaire asking about their 'freakiest traits.
Oxters are armpits, a gissy is a Geordie word for pig, liggies is a term for marbles and candyman is not a sweet seller but a baliffwho used to help evict people from their homes in days gone by.
The 23-year-old from Leamington, who works at Spangles American Diner in Fargo Village, found out his fate after performing Christina Aguilera's Candyman for Louis Walsh, Fleur East and Alesha Dixon.
For example, for every $2 bottle of healthy V8 Splash a student purchases, the schools that work with Candyman make 20 cents, based on the company's typical 10 percent commission rate.
The Candyman denied this and said he thought another caller was pretending to be him.
In verses 1 and 2 the tone of the lyrics and Ballion's singing imitates the suave, lustful enticements of the candyman, while the third verse is a frantic warning.
Viewers last night saw Curtis, of Buxton, Derbyshire, sing Christina Aguilera's Candyman.
It Was Always You, Helen," the Candyman theme, is hokey but effective.
CANDYMAN Steven Spielberg SWEET SHOP The Tearooms in Ballyvaughan CAKEWALK India Molloy from the Tearooms with Steven Spielberg
The CandyMan Motion-Activated Candy Dispenser, model 646570p, is a motion-activated candy dispenser designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or fine motor disabilities.
While interviewing freshmen about their superstitions, she hears about a local legend known as Candyman, who is summoned by anyone who looks into a mirror and chants his name five times.
Other movie villains to appear in the top 10 include Dracula, the Candyman and Hannibal Lecter from The Silence Of The Lambs.