M&M’s Darwinism: Why the Blue Ones Are Inferior


I’m pretty sure I wasn’t the only one to sort my M&Ms into piles according to color (candy segregation is not cool, folks) when I was younger, working backwards from orange to green so I could save my favorite for last. Of course, none of this had any real bearing on the candy. The color of the shell, I have since learned, doesn’t really affect the taste of the M&M. I was just a little OCD.

This kid, however, Facebook user Luke Something, has the right idea. He understands it’s not the color of the shell, but the strength. I eagerly await the day when a superior breed of M&M becomes our chocolate-flavored overlord, even if it is an orange one. Though apparently, it’s probably going to be brown or red. So.


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By Aziza Sullivan

Aziza Sullivan has always enjoyed three things in excess: food, writing, and sleeping. While the first two are happily combined, the third tends to get in the way, since it turns out the average reader is uninterested in sleep blogs. She also enjoys coffee, probably too much, if there is such a thing.

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