Is that the tan one on the far right in the picture? The one cringing in fear, while his so-called mates are as happy-go-lucky as can be?
That's orange. It's been around since before you were born. Perhaps you never noticed because you were too busy pretending the brown one didn't exist.
Hey, I don't even eat M&Ms. I won't even listen to white rappers.And no, it's not racist. It's just racial.
Did a brown M&M character ever even exist? Because all the other colors seem to be established characters but I've never seen the brown M&M one before.
I couldn't really recall the blue and orange ones being established characters either, but you're right about there never having been a brown character, which only means that this is a long-standing problem.In all seriousness, I did a little digging and found that the green one apparently is somewhat implied to be black, because she is the mint or dark chocolate character. Blue is almond and orange is the defunct crispy (his jittery personality still reflects this), so, no, they're actually not the same on the inside.
Come on, dudes. Brown is a peanut, and there's already a big yellow peanut one. Who wants two peanut ones, when I can't even stand to eat one peanut???You know what's funny? Going to M&M World and seeing what these "characters" looked like 50 years ago. You'll have to Google it, because I can't find any links right now. But trust me - they were truly disgusting.
What, did they have the bodies of men but the heads of M&Ms? Or perhaps the bodies of M&Ms but the faces of men?That sure sounds grotesque. I can't believe you would have the nerve to force such imagery like that upon our minds.
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