NORTH HIGHLANDS, Calif. - Tiny messages on little candy hearts usually have sweet, innocent greetings like, “Be Mine,” or “You’re Sweet,” that anyone could give their sweetheart or their children without having to worry about making them blush.
But when one California 12-year-old was given a heap of Valentine candy from her parents, they hardly thought she would see a message very crudely complimenting a lady's chest area.
The family has no plans to sue. They are warning parents to check candy messages before sending their kids off to school for the big candy exchanges.
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