Extra Crunchy M&M

If you especially enjoy blue peanut M&Ms, maybe you shouldn’t read about the woman who found a tiny mammal bone inside a blue peanut M&M. The blue ones are my favorite (for no good reason), but only when they’re bone free. I know it’s nigh impossible to keep everything out in food factories, which is why the FDA allows a certain amount of bug and animal bits in food, but that’s something no one wants to think about or stare in the face. Or feel in one’s mouth. That poor woman.

Also, why do the M&Ms look green when they’re supposed to be blue? Bad captioning? Incompetent photographer? Poor post-processing?