Let's be real here, one of the greatest candies in the world are Reese's cups. In fact, you could argue it's one of the best foods in the world, not just candy or chocolate.

Reese's cups are so famous that it doesn't matter where you are or what age you are, you know what Reese's is and there are so many products surrounding Reese's peanut butter. The cups, pieces, sticks, fast break, cereal, cookies, ice cream, etc.

They're also on TV. A lot. I've lost count of how many Reese's commercials I've seen over the years, but it might be in the hundreds. Anyone remember the Reese's cookie cups? They literally had a cookie inside the peanut butter cup. This was probably around the late 90s or early 2000s.

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One of the newest commercials that you may have seen on TV lately, features a narrator telling the viewer about a hand-written letter they received from Artie in Tonawanda.

Yes, you heard that right, Artie from Tonawanda. As in, I'm assuming, Tonawanda, NY just north of Buffalo.

You can watch the commercial below.

The first time I heard it, I had to do a double-take, because I thought I heard "Tonawanda." It turns out, I did.

They could have chosen any town in America, and decided to use a suburb from Buffalo.

Where exactly do you send a letter to Reese's? Might want to send a thank you letter to them for Tonawanda's inclusion, hand-written of course.

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