Have you seen the Skittles Riddles? They are Skittles flavors, BUT the color doesn't match the flavor inside!
So, if you get a purple Skittle, you don't know if it's cherry or banana or table or rubber or chocolate or what!
But I would like to ask a question...Does it matter?
I have, at times, taken every color of Skittle and put them with their own colors for various reasons. Twice for eating.
I have found that a handful of Skittles of ANY color tastes good. Sugary fruit! That's it!
So do I care what color the Skittle is on the outside? NO! They all taste like sugar! Because that's all they are! And that is all I want them to be!
It's not like yellow Skittles are yellow because they use lemons to make them. I know that and I'm okay with it.
So who are they really fooling with these?
Your children. Someday, if you buy these, your child will have NO idea what color goes with what fruit. They'll see a Lime and call it a Strawberry. You can tell them otherwise, but they'll just say, "Strawberries taste green, lady!" They will say that to you whether you are the mother or the father.
And whose fault is that? Skittles.
Do you know what they should do? They should combine Skittles and M&M's. YES! Why have a peanut or a pretzel in your M&M's when you could have a Skittle in there?!
How awesome would that be?! WHY DON'T THEY HAVE THIS!
It's a conspiracy! It's a fruit-color-chocolate-coated conspiracy! I'm going to go buy a bag of Skittles and a bag of M&M's right now. JUST to prove how good it is. Not the little bags, either. I'm going LARGE BAG!
I'm off to get a tummy ache.