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janbb's avatar

Should M&Ms be made a controlled substance?

Asked by janbb (57165points) September 16th, 2014

I think they are seriously addictive.

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LuckyGuy's avatar

And we know what happens when people eat the green ones!

Hmmm… Maybe they should sell special packs of green only.

janbb's avatar

What’s up with blue ones, anyway? I don’t think they are organically grown like the green ones are.

Adirondackwannabe's avatar

Do the green ones really work?

elbanditoroso's avatar

@janbb – organically grown…. I like the concept.

I only like peanut M&Ms. Regular M&Ms have no personality.

LuckyGuy's avatar

@Adirondackwannabe They do if both partners know the meaning. Few things are a hot as finding one on your pillow after a shower.

jca's avatar

I’m not too big on chocolate but if I have it and I’m hungry, then I will eat it.

I love M&M’s, plain and peanut.

Adirondackwannabe's avatar

@Oh yeah, that sounds hot. I’m getting out the red ribbon dropping the towel and oops, there could be youngsters here.

Mimishu1995's avatar

What? There are people who are addicted to M&M? That’s new to me.

shadowboxer's avatar

Possibly.

I have to watch out for Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream and Krispy Kreme Doughnuts. I used to live up the street from a Krispy Kreme store and the smell was extremely alluring.

zenvelo's avatar

Peanut M&M’s are a gateway to Almond M&M’s. Seriously.

janbb's avatar

@zenvelo But if I can stop at plains, will I be ok?

LuckyGuy's avatar

I can stop any time! I just choose not to! I’m fine! Really!

Munch, munch, mumphff, mumphff…

Adirondackwannabe's avatar

@janbb Nope. It’s all downhill once you have that first M&M. You’ll advance to the hard stuff, lose everything and end up living in a box under an overpass, talking to your imaginary cat.

ucme's avatar

Hate the things, give me a blinding headache.
They are useful & beautifully controlled when I lob them at the soft heads of unsuspecting passers by.

zenvelo's avatar

@janbb Sure. Stopping is easy. I know people that are able to stop, they stop all the time, usually about 2:30 in the afternoon, after they’ve gorged themselves on a king size pack. “That’s it, no more!”

janbb's avatar

@zenvelo Or stop at midnight when the stores are closed and the dealer is not around?

Dutchess_III's avatar

It’s the red ones, guys. The red ones make you horney. Just one of the many important things I learned in college.

I always eat the peanut M&M’s. They’re healthier.

ucme's avatar

In a nutshell, no.

Coloma's avatar

Mmm..Peanut M&M’s..oooh yes, highly addictive, the regular ones not so much for me.
My newest “addiction” are chocolate covered raisins, of course I need the carbs because I work so hard. lol

Dutchess_III's avatar

How do you eat your M&M’s? I suck all the covering and chocolate off until I’m down to just the peanut, which I then eat. Eating them like that stops me from cramming a dozen in my mouth at once.

Coloma's avatar

^^^ Multiple methodologies. Suck, crunch, one at a time or 5. haha

chyna's avatar

Peanut M&M definitely should be outlawed.
My methodology: I stick one in each cheek and let them get melty then eat them.

elbanditoroso's avatar

I eat the outside and chocolate first, and save the peanut for last. Regardless of color.

livelaughlove21's avatar

No. Oreos are a different story, though.

Dutchess_III's avatar

OK, and how do YOU eat a Oreo?

livelaughlove21's avatar

@Dutchess_III Slowly, with a look of ecstasy on my face.

Dutchess_III's avatar

You have to untwist them, of course.

livelaughlove21's avatar

Of course. Twist it open, lick off the filling, then eat the cookies. Unless I have milk – then I dunk them until they’re almost falling apart and pop them in my mouth.

Eating a dry Oreo by just biting into it? Just the thought is absurd.

ucme's avatar

Curly Wurlies & KitKats

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