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  • Danny Munro

    Pink Candy floss , only ever bought at the carnival / they sold toffee apples and you could win a plastic bag containing a goldfish / IF you won at one of the through the rings or shooting air rifle stalls /they mum has to go to the pet shop next day first thing for a glass bowl and fish eggs so it could live at our house /my first 'pet ' so was still worth winning while munched on candy floss and scared the goldfish on carnival rides until could bring it home !! (such happy memories with pals )

  • Anais Velázquez Garay

    fluffy sugar rush

  • I AM Keisha IaM

    I LoVe Cotton Candy #celebratecolorfully pink candy puff

  • Plaid Crafts

    Pink Cotton Candy Color Inspiration

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Cotton candy was invented in 1897 by William Morrison and John C. Wharton, candy makers from Nashville, Tennessee, USA. They invented a device that heated sugar in a spinning bowl that had tiny holes in it. It formed a treat that they originally called “Fairy Floss.” As the bowl spun around, the caramelized sugar was forced through the tiny holes, making feathery candy that melts in the mouth.