Custom printed m&m's candies

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Postby castawaydave » 06/22/08 05:42 PM

This will be handy for some of those that are always on the lookout for good "giveaways"...

One can order customized m&ms: any color, any message (that fits), even with little photos or a logo screened on! --And there are a bunch of packaging options...

The link below allows you to play around with color combinations, test what sample messages would look like, etc.

http://www.mymms.com/customprint/
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Postby mai-ling » 06/22/08 07:10 PM

I didn't notice an option to choose what
kind of M&M's you can have.

milk, white, dark, peanut, mint.

I heart the mint.

I think the dove chocolates, which
I didn't know about are really sooperdooper.
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Postby Gord » 06/23/08 05:17 PM

I ordered a bunch of "W"'s.

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Postby mrgoat » 06/23/08 06:29 PM

castawaydave wrote:This will be handy for some of those that are always on the lookout for good "giveaways"...


There has to be a trick in this!

I played with the site and you can fit a card prediction or fairly long (think bill serial number/phone number). You get a 7oz bag for 11.95 USD. That is crazy cheap for customised M&Ms.

Or you could just write rude words on them.
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Postby mai-ling » 06/23/08 07:07 PM

The real trick is to make them
not melt in your hand.
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Postby Pepka » 10/01/08 02:57 PM

Ha Mr. Goat! You just proved my friend Andrew correct. He always says that whenever there is some new technology created by man, the first thing magicians will do with it is try to reveal a forced card.
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Postby Jonathan Townsend » 10/01/08 03:38 PM

They do graphics? Nice - can get some done with runes or sygils

I think most here understand that it's almost never about finding a selected card so much as having something clever to use and communicating that idea by way of example using the lowest common denominator.
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