M & M's or Skittles?

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MissyJ's picture
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M & M's or Skittles?

Which is better?

Smile 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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"GloriaInTX" wrote:

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? Blum 3 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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"Spacers" wrote:

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? Blum 3 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 Smile

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Meh. Smarties -- the Canadian version, not those little (delicious) chalky sort of candies in the roll -- are 1000 times better than M&Ms. And Skittles don't do a whole lot for me.

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"Spacers" wrote:

Neither. Reese's Pieces. But peanut M&M's will suffice in an emergency.

I saw the title of this thread and said

"I'm going to open up this thread and find a person who says that reese's pieces are better than either of those and like their post...because its the truth"

Thanks for making it so easy being the first to respond and all Smile

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Skittles are ew. M&Ms all the way!!!!

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