Bruno Mars, the singer, vs. Mars, the chocolate candy bar
With Bruno Mars in town for three historic sell-out concerts (and not forgetting the ticket controversy involving re-salers buying most of the available seats), it might be a good moment to compare Mars, the singer, with another Mars, the candy bar.
|BRUNO MARS||VS.||MARS BAR|
|$148, including Ticketmaster fees, for prime seats||COST TO INDULGE||Under $1.39, at Walmart or walmart.com, for small 2 oz. bar|
|Smooth moves, smart grooves, falsetto tones, the epitome of cool, commonly topped by a hat||IDENTIFYING FACTORS||Sweet taste, with nougat, almond, soft caramel insides, and milk chocolate coating|
|Oozes charm, provokes squeals from young girls and women||SEX APPEAL||Fits in pocket or purse, easy to take home, but difficult to find|
|Headlined 2014 Super Bowl halftime show; a one-of-a-kind creation with homegrown Honolulu roots, earlier known as the world’s Littlest Elvis impersonator||CLAIM TO FAME||Has storied past, and British roots, with a world version, a Canadian version, and an American version only sold at Walmart|