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    Default M & M's or Skittles?

    Which is better?

    I thought I'd add a few just for fun debates.

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    Neither. Reese's Pieces. But peanut M&M's will suffice in an emergency.
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    Totally depends to me. I'll tend to lean towards M&M's because Skittles no longer has the Lime Skittles in their pack.

    I'm totally a swedish fish girl myself.
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    Depends on the season.

    Wintertime/Cold = M&Ms
    Summertime/Hot = Skittles
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    Quote Originally Posted by GloriaInTX View Post
    Depends on the season.

    Wintertime/Cold = M&Ms
    Summertime/Hot = Skittles
    This is interesting. I do think that certain candies have a season, like lemon drops in summer and candy canes in winter, but I'd never considered M&M's or Skittles to be a seasonal candy. Can you elaborate on the thinking behind this? Personally, I'd think the more chewing needed for Skittles would help keep you warm on a cold day.
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    M&Ms most of the time, but I do have to say that if I could survive on swedish fish alone I might actually do that. My dentist would probably not love me
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spacers View Post
    This is interesting. I do think that certain candies have a season, like lemon drops in summer and candy canes in winter, but I'd never considered M&M's or Skittles to be a seasonal candy. Can you elaborate on the thinking behind this? Personally, I'd think the more chewing needed for Skittles would help keep you warm on a cold day.
    M&M's melt in the summer. I don't like soft M&Ms. Here almost any chocolate candy has to be put in the refrigerator in the summer or it is gooey. Skittles don't melt as easy.
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    M&Ms, but I agree on the Swedish fish - YUM!
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    Always skittles. Or Starbursts. Only M&Ms if skittles are not available.

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    Not a plain m&m fan. The chocolate is yucky. Much rather have smarties. That would be Canadian smarties, which are similar but better than M&Ms, not American smarties, which are also yucky. I also like peanut M&Ms, though when I was a teenager I worked at a theater where a woman found magots inside her peanut m&ms, which she had been eating in the dark theater, so now I can only eat them in the light, and feel the need to bite them open and check each one as I eat them.
    Reeses pieces are also a favorite. And skittles.

    Mostly I just like candy
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