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Thomas Moudry
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Hugh,

Would you mind doing a Spirit M&M for me? Thanks!

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Joe Aten
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Wouldn't a Human Torch M&M just be a melted pile of chocolate? Unless it's candy coating is made of unstable molecules...

I think I just hurt my brain.

More confectionary super-heroes!

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John Bodin
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Presenting the Hum&man Torch!


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Chris Hutton
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This JBF won't melt in your hands!
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Andrew Hess
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Where *are* you folk finding these large-sized M&Ms?

I Googled, and poked, and got little itty bitty ones.

If any kind hearted soul could point me the way to some large M&Ms, I would love to try my hand at these. Please?

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Didier Yvon Paul Fayolle
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m&m's.com

as simple as that...

my model comes from the wallpaper of crispy character...

I have a nice idea with the blue one...

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John Bodin
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My Torch kind of pales next to Didier's Thing (now hating Didier's mad M&M skillz along with Hugh's skillz), but they do make a nice pair:


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Hugh Cherry
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VERY nice!
I have a list made, and will try to get some of the
requests out in the next day or so.
But tonite I'm beat......so off to bed for me.

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Daniel Gillotte
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THese are really great you guys! Fun stuff!!
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Joakim Jahlmar
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Frank Lauro wrote:
"How about a brown, bald one with a goatee and really intense eyes? And maybe even the grey ribbed collar and four pips...?"

No, no, no, Frank. Sisko must not be reduced to mere chocolate. ;)

Trevor Krysak wrote:
"Marvel comics and M & M's team up to bring you a candy sensation in the Mighty Marvel Manner!

Theme candy. Could be fun."

Could be hilarious... Could also be horrid, depending on the creative geniuses behind said venture.

Ryan Maxwell wrote:
"As a guy that carried around jars of peanut butter and Nutella around Europe in a backpack for two months, I can say in my experience the stuff can be difficult to locate over there. Not impossible, for sure. The handful of Brits and European folk I asked when about it when I was there all said that it's just not popular, and most people don't like peanut butter."

When was this, Ryan? I've had no real difficulty finding it in the UK or Holland, and it's not impossible finding in my native Sweden either... though once upon a time. ;)

O and you guys are great at doing this. All of this M&M's should indeed be in some gallery here, methinks. Hat off!

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Michael Cross
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Thanks JB for the new avatar!
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Didier Yvon Paul Fayolle
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One can dream that this could be on the front page...

I hope the high authority don't mind...

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