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7-Eleven Adds Skittles-flavored Slurpees


With everyone saying a bittersweet goodbye to summer, 7-Eleven adds one sweet new Slurpee flavor to have the season go out with a candy-coated bang. The convenience store retailer is now serving a new Green Apple Skittles Slurpee flavor for patrons to get their fill of.

7-Eleven has been known to dabble in the hybridization of Slurpee and candy. Not too long ago, they introduced a line of Sour Patch Kids Slurpee flavors.

From September 12 through September 18, you can also buy one Slurpee and get the second free. Y’know, in case you need a sugar high on your commute to work.

You can find the Skittles Slurpee at all participating 7-Eleven locations nationwide.


This Old Skittles Halloween Commercial Is Actually Pretty Chilling [WATCH]

Skittles Halloween 2014

Halloween is quickly approaching and we’re all geared and ready to get our candy on. Before we gorge ourselves on an endless river of sweets, let’s take a moment to remember the spookiness of the holiday. This is a Skittles Halloween commercial that surfaced from 2014 and it’s actually pretty terrifying.

It begins innocent enough with two kids divvying up their Halloween haul. We won’t spoil anything else, but watch it for yourself.


Jimmy Kimmel Fools Juice Enthusiasts into Praising Tang and Skittles Water [WATCH]


Cold-pressed juices have been never been more popular than in the last year. With health enthusiasts paying up to $8 for a bottle of fresh juice, it seems that price is not a factor when it comes to health.

Late-night talk show host, Jimmy Kimmel has been known to prank his fans every now and then. In keeping with the juicing theme, Kimmel set up a fake shop in the heart of the Los Angeles Farmers market.

There, he offered four flavors from his faux brand, “Jüce,” to the market patrons. Among them Soul (Fun Dip), Cure (Tang), Detox (Creamsicles) and Rainbow (Skittles).

Offering no nutritional value, watch as folks give nothing but compliments to these fictional flavors. Some of the reactions to these sugary drinks are downright hilarious.


Seattle Butcher Makes ‘Beast Mode’ Sausage with Skittles


Apparently, the Seattle Seahawk’s running back Marshawn Lynch adores skittles.

So, in honor of Lynch and the Seahawks making it to the Super Bowl, a Seattle butcher has unleashed a Hot Skittles Sausage. Named “Beast Mode,” Blue Max Meats’ Skittles sausage ranks as one of the most inglorious mash ups we’ve seen. The recipe itself, is unabashedly straight-forward:

First, grab several hulking chunks of meat



Second, grind out the meat spaghetti



Third, mix in the spices and, yes, a bag full of Skittles



Finally, MAGIC


We apologize for any appetites we may have (most likely) ruined.

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Watch 3 Minutes of Nerf Gun-Toting Candy Cartel Action [VIDEO]

Candy Cartel

From the dudes that brought you Office Warfare: Nerf Gun, comes a look at the dark, violent world of candies. The YouTube channel FinalCutKing welcomed another addition to the Nerf Gun saga, this time based around everyday sweets.

Titled “The Candy Cartel,” the video focuses on a candy exchange gone awry. While I won’t spoil it for you, the Candy Cartel is three minutes of action-packed, Nerf Gun-toting, candy-flying action. The video features appearances from many famous brands out there including Sour Patch Kids, Starbursts, Pixy Stix, 100 Grand, Skittles, Sprees, Angry Birds Candy and a ton more.

Next time you’re binging on a bag of candy, take a moment and think of all the spilled blood a sweet tooth can cause. In the meantime, enjoy some sweet, senseless candy violence.


Absolute Chaos


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Skittles Swaps Green Apple Flavor with Lime, Changes ‘Original’ Rainbow


Someone in Skittles Candy Land really screwed up. I’m not looking to get anyone fired, but who the hell decided to change one of the original Skittles flavors? Apparently, after conducting some sort of poll, the team over at the Skittles Kingdom chose to replace the Lime-flavored green Skittle with Green Apple. In a move that has left many feeling as betrayed as when Monopoly changed the Iron to a Cat, the negative outpour should be cause for concern in the Rainbow Factory.

The green Skittle has always been Lime. It should always be Lime. This Green Apple Skittle just feels wrong. Who’s going to pal around with Lemon now? Is this meant to be some sort of affront to citrus lovers? It’s like when your favorite band loses an original member; it’s hard to retain the magic or ever get it back.

Since the decision, there has been much outrage. A Facebook group entitled, ‘Bring Back Lime Skittles,’ has begun. People have desperately turned to the Internet to find answers, and the candy blogosphere has erupted with outrage.

Simple suggestion for Skittles: Why not make a Green Apple flavor in a different shade of green? I’m sure the people over at Pantone would be happy to help.

The question now becomes, do the makers of Skittles have the integrity to no longer use the word ‘Original’ on their labels?

H/T CandyBlog


Count the Rainbow: How Many Of Each Color are in Your Favorite Pack of Candy?

There’s nothing quite like reaching into the bottom of a pack of Skittles and discovering — yes! You’ve still got one red left. And while we can’t promise this will be the breakdown each and every time (nor can we promise you’ll always be so lucky), we do hope this nifty little infographic will at least give you some idea of what to expect. Bonne chance!


*Standard 3-5 ounce theatre-size box used in all cases.