|"Is this all real? Or has this been happening inside my head?"
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Most sweets are mostly made of sugar, to the point where some sweets, such as certain brands of Droobles Best Blowing Gum, are advertised as "sugar-free". Yet other sorts of sweets, such as Sugar Quills, Sugar Mice, and sugared violets, blatantly mention that they contain sugar in their titles, generally to differentiate them from sugarless counterparts.
Hokey claimed to have accidentally killed her mistress Hepzibah Smith by mistaking a little known poison as sugar for Smith's cocoa. This was a false memory planted by Tom Riddle, as he was the one who placed the poison into the drink.
Aside from humans, other species also enjoy the taste of sugar. Baby unicorns seem to enjoy sugar cubes as a snack, as Rubeus Hagrid had a Care of Magical Creatures class feed them some on at least one occasion.
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