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Smarties or M&Ms?
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Y'all better be smarty bois or I'm gonna break your mother & milk
Smarties are for intellectuals. GET IT? Because its name is- nopenopenope I regret all of my life choices
Poké puffs
CHALKS
Neither
m&ms. smarties (if you're referring to the chocolate that is similar to m&ms, which i assume you are) have a coating that's too thick. Unlike with m&ms, thin coating, more chocolate, smarties have a thicker coating, in turn meaning less chocolate. NOT ONLY THAT, but smarties are also thinner than m&ms, meaning even less chocolate overall. My last point being that with smarties, you can only taste the shell, but with m&ms, it's mostly the chocolate. i prefer the taste of chocolate over the taste of candy shell, but that's just my opinion. i just don't like the taste of smarties' shell.
y’all should be eating bananas instead of candy.
Both are kinda bland to me they just don’t have a desirable taste.
Smarties, I like them better than M&Ms for some reason
i agree, peanut butter is best
I prefer to eat Tass, raw magical truth made into a physical substance which can empower a Mage. Very tasty stuff, very good for reality warping.
I prefer pain.
Smarties, definetly.
Fresh_Prince_Junes
Thread Creator
#17

At least we got some smarty bois here. m&ms. smarties have a coating that's too thick. Unlike with m&ms, thin coating, more chocolate, smarties have a thicker coating, in turn meaning less chocolate. NOT ONLY THAT, but smarties are also thinner than m&ms, meaning even less chocolate overall. My last point being that with smarties, you can only taste the shell, but with m&ms, it's mostly the chocolate. i prefer the taste of chocolate over the taste of candy shell, but that's just my opinion. i just don't like the taste of smarties' shell. Actually, Smarties are larger then M&Ms, and they have more chocolate in them. http://idsgn.org/images/parallels-fizzers-rockets-smarties/m&m_smartie.jpg Besides that, imo you need a good shell as it provides texture and a contrast to the chocolate. Nobody wants a mouth full of just chocolate, have you ever tried to eat a whole chocolate bar at once? No, you take small bites and savour each one until it's melted through and there is nothing left. Purely subjective though. Also uh I'm allergic to peanuts so there's that.
M&Ms obvious answer.
At least we got some smarty bois here. m&ms. smarties have a coating that's too thick. Unlike with m&ms, thin coating, more chocolate, smarties have a thicker coating, in turn meaning less chocolate. NOT ONLY THAT, but smarties are also thinner than m&ms, meaning even less chocolate overall. My last point being that with smarties, you can only taste the shell, but with m&ms, it's mostly the chocolate. i prefer the taste of chocolate over the taste of candy shell, but that's just my opinion. i just don't like the taste of smarties' shell. Actually, Smarties are larger then M&Ms, and they have more chocolate in them. https://images.weserv.nl/?url=idsgn.org/images/parallels-fizzers-rockets-smarties/m&m_smartie.jpg Besides that, imo you need a good shell as it provides texture and a contrast to the chocolate. Nobody wants a mouth full of just chocolate, have you ever tried to eat a whole chocolate bar at once? No, you take small bites and savour each one until it's melted through and there is nothing left. Purely subjective though. Also uh I'm allergic to peanuts so there's that. what kind of m&ms are you eating that would fill your entire mouth?
Sour patch kids.
Fresh_Prince_Junes
Thread Creator
#22

what kind of m&ms are you eating that would fill your entire mouth? Chocolate leaves residue if you let it melt in your mouth. Thus, chocolate after taste. If you eat alot by letting it melt in your mouth it leaves a large after taste.
I thought this was about the tablet smarties aka the GOOD shit
Candy Corn M&Ms for the win
Fresh_Prince_Junes
Thread Creator
#25

Wait... I just learned that America does not that chocolate smarties but rockets
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