Signs You May Have a Touch of OCD

Posted: July 31, 2008 in Uncategorized
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You sort your M&M’s by color prior to eating them. 

Did you know it is a scientific fact that M&M’s taste better when consumed by specific color patterns?  However for it to work you have to start with green first! 🙂

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  1. Melissa says:

    What would be the diagnosis if one doesn’t sort by color, but eats the extras so that the same number of each color of M&M is remaining?

    It should also be noted that when sharing a bag of M&Ms with a younger sister, the colors should be divided evenly and negotiations must take place for the leftovers.

  2. The Bishop says:

    All rules are out the window unless we’re talking about Peanut M & M’s.

  3. Doug says:

    M&Ms on a Subway wrapper?

    How dare you! What shameless sacrilege!

  4. Voice in the Wilderness says:

    That’s weird. Now if it is Skittles.

  5. Corey says:

    Now it is really bad if you can tell the difference between the colors just by taste. Try it, they all taste different, espcially the blue ones. This only works on original.

  6. Lindsey says:

    Sorting your M&M’s? Yes, this is definitely CDO. That’s the same as OCD except all the letters are in alphabetical order like they’re supposed to be.

  7. Tammy says:

    And to think people actually do studies on this stuff!!!!

  8. latenitemike says:

    as a daddy of 12 I can tell you to be careful eating the blue ones…reportedly they can make you pregnant…..

  9. Dr. Phil says:

    latenightmike, I think you may be confusing blue M & M’s with little blue pills.

  10. Lorinda says:

    M&M’s are also great for teaching kids to sort(by color), count( each color and then how many you have when you eat one), and sharing, (with your mom and sister)

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