RED ALERT: ORANGE ALERT: YELLOW ALERT: GREEN ALERT: PURPLE ALERT: "Taste the rainbow!" is a lie. We are living in a made-up dimension of our own creation. Skittles all taste the same.
Yeah, you heard that right. The scientists at Skittles, Inc. (definitely the real company behind Skittles) are messing with our brains.
This begs the question: What other gummy candies are we being betrayed by? Are Mike and Ike actually our mortal enemies? NPR has the scoop. Get ready for your mind to be blown to bits.
This whole thing began because NPR reporter Ashlie Stevens got into a discussion about gummy bears with her coworkers.One evil person, digital editor Jonese Franklin dared to question the genuine nature of gummy bear flavors, asking, "Do gummy bears really come in different flavors, or do we just think they taste different because they are different colors?" Stevens decided to investigate.
Now, we all know there are some colorful confections that all taste the same, like Froot Loops and M&M's.
Your life is a lie. https://t.co/d0zQFkLfzC— Did You Know? (@Did You Know?)1515002100.0