A history lesson and sugar rush in one. Vienna gets a shout out with the dispensers of Mozart and Elisabeth “Sissi” of Bavaria, the Empress of Austria.
This set features an Elvis for your every mood. Feeling youthful? Pop a Private Presley candy, from the hound dog’s heydays in the US Army. If you’re craving simplicity, reach for Elvis without the glitz and glamour. It’s just you, him and those sad blue eyes. If you’re ready for a night on the town, though, the Elvis Rock Star dispenser should be on hand. His sunglasses and popped collar will inspire you to dance the night away. A CD sampler comes with the dispensers, too, so shaking those hips won’t be a problem.
3. Bride and Groom
When it comes to wedding cake toppers, who knew it could come down to flowers or Pez? Though choose wisely, as this bride and groom pair do not appear Vegas-bound any time soon.
The Pez version of Mr. Potato Head, this guy was discontinued in 1972 after being deemed a choking hazard with too many removable parts. But despite its risk factor, it’s the most prized of any dispenser, ringing up at around $3,500.
5. Obama and McCain
Which is greater — the number of Pez that fits in a dispenser, or the amount of houses John McCain has? We wish we knew about these during the election — they would have been great to throw at the television screen.
6. Aral Gas Station
Is it just us, or is it a little strange to have a European gasoline station attendant as a candy holder? The last thing we want to think about is the smell of gasoline while eating candy. Although we must admit, their uniforms are kind of cute.
7. American Chopper
Paul Sr., Paul Jr. and Mikey are the biker boys from TLC’s reality show, American Chopper. Although we’d prefer to pop Pez from the heads of other reality stars. Snooki, anyone?
Any excuse to bring Johnny Depp’s face closer to ours. Whether or not he looks like Keith Richards and is made of plastic, he’s still swoon-worthy.
9. Chuck Norris
Now you can pop a lemon-flavored candy from the head of a Chick-fil-A cow preaching for poultry consumption. Yes, this confuses us, too.