Random Word Stimulation: Sweet Things

Use this random word stimulation list of sweet things to build interesting new connections. Ideas are sparked by the formation and connection of new patterns in your mind. We can create new patterns and new thought processes by forcefully creating relationships between random objects. The more you practice the more original new ideas come to the surface as you start to see the connections and associations between totally different things. The mind cannot focus on two unrelated items at the same time without forming some kind of a connection between them.

Random Word Stimulation: List of Sweet Things

"Random stimulation is a provocation. Because of the way the mind works any stimulus whatsoever can be found to develop a connection with any other." - Edward de Bono

Random Word Stimulation Brainstorming Technique


  1. Clearly state the challenge at hand.
  2. Browse through the list of ready made sweet words below and randomly pick a word.
  3. Use this word as a starting point for thinking about your problem or challenge. No word is too random and the chosen word should have nothing whatsoever to do with your problem.
  4. The purpose here is to stimulate your thinking by forcing you to make new connections. Think of as many things as possible associated with the random word choice. List its characteristics, components, its uses, what we can do with it, where it is used and anything else that can be associated with it.
  5. Force connections between the random word itself, its associations and characteristics, and the challenge you have written down.
  6. List and record all your ideas as they surface.
  7. Some words that you choose may prove to be dead-ends producing nothing useful, simply choose another word and repeat the exercise again until you have formed some interesting new associations in your mind.

List of Sweet Things

  • Doughnuts
  • Chocolate
  • Gobstoppers
  • Chewing gum
  • Bubble gum
  • Lollipops
  • Liquorice
  • Brownies
  • Fudge
  • Breakfast cereal
  • Milkshakes
  • Candy Necklaces
  • Coca-Cola
  • Sherbet
  • Ice-cream
  • Oreo’s
  • Root beer float
  • Marshmallows
  • Smarties
  • Skittles
  • Top Deck
  • Sparkles
  • Lifesavers
  • Caramel apples
  • Fruit salad
  • Caramel corn
  • Apple pie
  • Crème brulee
  • Easter eggs
  • Sweetie pie
  • Crème eggs
  • Fizzy drinks
  • Popsicle
  • Carrot cake
  • Apple crumble
  • French toast
  • Muffins
  • Crumpets
  • Flapjacks
  • Waffles
  • Jelly beans
  • Toffee
  • Iced coffee
  • Smoothie
  • Iced tea
  • Chocolate covered nuts
  • Chocolate cake
  • Strawberries
  • Twinkies
  • Honey
  • Jam
  • Peanut butter
  • Cake frosting
  • Churros
  • Sour worms
  • Candy Cane
  • Toffee apples
  • Candy Floss
  • Rice crispy delights
  • Meringues
  • Cupcakes
  • Date balls
  • Breakfast bars
  • Chocolate eclairs
  • Sherbet straws
  • Gingerbread men
  • Cake pops
  • Macaroons
  • Sweet hearts
  • Custard Jelly
  • Chocolate mousse
  • Sponge cake
  • Koeksisters
  • Malva pudding
  • Swiss roll
  • Pancakes
  • Pudding 
  • Ice-cream sundaes
  • Ice-cream cone
  • Raisins
  • Kitkat
  • M & M’s
  • Jelly babies
  • Nicker balls
  • Fruit juice
  • Nutella
  • Hot chocolate
  • Lava cake
  • Fridge tart
  • Caramel Chocolate truffles
  • Watermelon
  • Millionaires shortbread
  • Candy sushi
  • Marshmallow cream
  • Candy cups
  • Honeycomb

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