Dear Norwood Town Council, Valentines Day, when people share cherish and love, turns out as one of the worst holiday. Every year, this holiday have furthered cavities from sweets, promoted unhealthy diets, and advanced littering. Due to these reasons, the Norwood Town Council wants to ban any sort of candy buying, selling, or consuming on the Valentines Day. I agree with the Town Council on this issue. By analyzing the bad influences from the chocolates, bagged candies, and lollipops, any sorts of candies should be banned from the market on the Valentines Day.
Because the chocolates cause so many cavities, it should be banned from the store for at least a day. Examples of these sweet chocolates are the heart chocolates and Kisses chocolates. These chocolates cause so many tooth decays, and more and more people begin visiting the dentist. Also these chocolates have too much calories, promoting unhealthy diets for many people.
Since the bagged candies are usually sticky and hard, it causes cavities to many young children. Examples of these sticky and hard candies are the Skittles and sweet hearts. Skittles stick to your teeth and aggravates your teeth. Sweet hearts are hard, thus weakens your teeth.
Lollipops promote the littering in our area. They are in one by one units, so you just eat it and throw the rapper away naturally. It is an ingrained habit for many people. And these littering ruins our environment. Examples of these lollipops are the Cool Kids and Jolly Ranchers. These candies should be banned for at least a day, leading a step to a cleaner environment.
Any sort of candy buying, selling, or consuming on the Valentines Day should be banned because the candies further cavities from sweets, promote unhealthy diets, and advance littering. If for one-day...