|Text on Button||Yo CANDY NOW|
White, orange and yellow text on a black background with illustrations of candy corn.
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"Yo" is both an informal exclamatory greeting and a slang reference to the possessive "your". "Yo candy now" could be interpreted to mean, "Hello. I would like candy. Right now," or it could mean the much pushier, "Give me YOUR candy right now."
Peacock Papers Inc., with sales estimated at $8 million, was located in the warehouse district of Boston. It was a supplier to well-known and local businesses whose clients included Waldenbooks, Marshall Fields, and mom-and-pop stationery stores.
The Company Store. (1989) Inc. Magazine. Retrieved from https://www.inc.com/magazine/19891101/5895.html