Also, Candy Crevice Cut; a cut on your tongue or lip from candy canes, lollipops, and hard candy that developed a thin sharp crevice. The crevice is created by natural holes in the candy that is developed in the cooking process, then thinned out by sucking the candy until there is a partial opening into the hole that tapers into a "v" shape. The tongue, usually a tastebud, slides into the crevice, then upward into the razor sharp edges. This usually causes your tongue to bleed all over your candy, leaving a sweet metallic taste in your mouth.
"This candy is so delici....OW!...blast it! I just got a crevice cut, and now my tongue is bleeding!!"
"Hey dude! Enjoying that lollipop? Because a candy crevice cut has turned your lemon lollipop red! Ha!"
"I'm not eating another candy came any time soon! I'm still recovering from a crevice cut from the last candy cane I ate! It took out an entire taste bud!"