How to Open a Hershey's Kiss the Right Way




Introduction: How to Open a Hershey's Kiss the Right Way

In this video and food hack tutorial, you will learn how to open a Hershey's Kiss The Right Way . The correct way to open Hershey's kisses is probably not what you think.

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Step 1: Hold Tag Coming Out of Wrapper

The first thing that you want to do is find yourself a Hershey's Kiss and hold the tag coming out of the wrapper. Did you know that the little paper tag strip coming out of a Hershey's Kiss actually has a name? They are called Niggly Wigglys! So a good summary of this step would be to grab the Niggly Wiggly on the Hershey's Kiss!

Step 2: Hold Candy's Bottom With Opposite Hand

The next step is to use your opposite hand's thumb and index finger to hold the bottom edge surrounding the Hershey's Kiss. Make sure that these fingers have a good grip on the candy's wrapper.

Step 3: Pinch and Pull

Next, pinch with your thumb and index finger in your opposite hand while pulling the tag (Niggly Wiggly). Do this all at the same time and the part of the wrapper that you are using your opposite hand's fingers to grip will come apart from the tag. The Hershey's Kiss will actually slide out of the wrapper while the tag is quickly pulled out of the wrapper. The candy inside will now fall out of the wrapper. All of this is done in less than a second, making it one of the quickest, if not the quickest, ways to open a Hershey's Kiss!

Hopefully this inscrucatble helped you learn something new! Thanks for reading, have a great day!

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    4 months ago

    Look what you made me do 😂🤣😂


    6 months ago on Introduction

    This doesn't work if you're eating on the go (standing, walking, etc.). The candy would fall on to the floor, similar to it falling onto the outdoor patio table in the video. I'm not germaphobic, but I avoid eating things off of dirty surfaces if I can.

    Besides pulling the niggly-wiggly, just peeling the wrapper open from the top works equally well. Thank you for the video!