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07 April 2003 @ 04:30 pm
Hershey's makes what is quite possibly my favorite candy. Whoppers Robin Eggs. It kinda sucks that they're only available around Easter.

What are Robin Eggs? Well, you know how they have Almond M&M's, and Peanut M&M's, et all? Well, imagine a Whopper M&M. Make it egg-shaped and multicolored, and that's pretty much it. GOOOD STUFF.

So today, as a highly intentional experiment that had nothing to do with accidentally leaving a bag in my car, as many of my highly intentional experiments don't, I decided to see what would happen when you apply heat to Robin Eggs.

The result is downright neat.

Apparently the Whoppers, when in a heated environment, compress. The air that makes them light and fluffy leaves them, and they harden and become difficult to chew. Taste the same, of course, but solid.

Whereas the M&M-esque part isn't really affected. So you end up with a large, hollow M&M with a Whopper-flavored bullet inside. It's quite cool.

Anyway, I thought that if I'm gonna hold such highly intentional experiments, I may as well share my results with my avid readers. The casual ones, of course, never got this far in the entry.

Speaking of which, remind me sometime to tell you about the Gummy Heart....
07 April 2003 @ 10:40 pm
Has anybody else had any luck clicking on the post-it note in today's Strong Bad?
07 April 2003 @ 10:59 pm
Bye, Carla!

Just saw two of my Friends seem to have deleted all their entries, and they were both her. Guess I'm no longer her friend. Or vice versa. Or something.

Anyway, good luck, wherever (or whatever name) you are...