Lickable Wallpaper for Nurseries, or simply Lickable Wallpaper, is a kind of wallpaper with candy pictures and is an unreleased product created by Willy Wonka. It's first appearance was in the novel, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Its purpose, as the name clearly states, is for children at nurseries to enjoy candy.
The Lickable Wallpaper is a wallpaper with various pictures of fruit. When licked, the pictures taste exactly like the fruit they represent.
History (contains spoilers) Edit
Nothing is known about the origins of Lickable Wallpaper for Nurseries. Willy Wonka told the three remaining Golden Tickets winners: Veruca Salt, Mike Teavee and Charlie Bucket and the five grown-ups about the product and how it worked. When Willy Wonka mentioned there is a fruit on the wallpaper called "snozzberries", Mike wondered what snozzberries were.
Possible Functions Edit
The Lickable Wallpaper may be for nurseries, but it is not probably for children who share the same room. Germs could easily transfer from the surface of the pictures to another tongue, causing kinds of ailments. It is possible that the candy taste on the wallpaper eventually runs dry, and more would have to be bought.