M&Ms just sent me a huge package of their special all green M&Ms for Valentine’s Day. I guess the logic comes from Ms. Green being the only female M&M, so she makes a good jumping off point to brand green the color of love?
Anyways, M&M is running a contest on their website to win a trip to Paris. That contest ends on February 12.
In the meantime, I’m going to run an M&Ms contest as well. I can’t afford to send y’all to Paris, but I will giveaway three 7 oz bags of M&Ms Green Love Message M&Ms, all green M&Ms with the M on one side and conversation heart-style messages on the back, to three lucky readers.
To enter, leave a comment telling me what your favorite conversation heart/M&Ms “love message” is. Contest closes at midnight this Friday, February 6th, so that I can mail the winners their candy ASAP in hopes that it’ll arrive in time for Valentine’s Day. Sorry to my international readers; U.S. addresses only please. And make sure you leave a real email address – only I can see it, and I’ll only use it to contact the winners.
11 thoughts on “M&Ms Contest x2: Free M&Ms!”
My favorite is this one…
My favorite message is simple: KISS ME!
Still the best; “LOVE.”
It’s got to be “BE MINE” of course!
I luv you is a pretty good one.
I am going to vote for FAX ME. (But I assume this message, a relic of ’90’s-era Necco efforts to become techno-hip, isn’t found on the M&Ms.) What would I do if someone faxed me a love note? I admit, I don’t know. The prospect intrigues me.
A quick googling came up with this article: http://www.rcpd.msu.edu/news-105
That gives me a thought: I think “GOOGLE ME” would be a great candy heart message. Nothing says romance like digging up everything that’s posted on the internet about your beloved.
How about IM ME or BE MY BFF or FACEBOOK FTW.
How else can we tap into new technologies with this stuff?
= see how much i love you
My favorite message is “Do Good”. “Do Good” is a slogan on the hearts encouraging eaters/readers to do something good for the environment. (:
My other favorites are “Be Mine” and “Chill Out”, which is also making a reference towards the environment and global warming.
it’s simple, sweet and succinct.