A mms were introduced to american gis serving in wwii

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A. M&M’s were introduced to American GI’s serving in WWII. B. 1954 was a big year for M&M’s 1. Came out with the peanut version 2. Released the tagline, “Melts in your mouth and not in your hands. 3. The characters debuted. C. Colors started getting voted in. D. They were named the candy of the millennium. E. Now available to print customized candies. II. Next, I’ll introduce you to the M&M character family. A. Red 1. Red is very bossy 2. He’s a power color 3. “Everything is under control” B. Yellow 1. He always says, “Inside everyone there’s a little nut.” 2. He has three “Snappy Comebacks.” 3. May not be the brightest, but will brighten your day. C. Green 1. She is beautiful. The boys love her. 2. Says she will melt for no one. D. Blue 1. Blue is confident 2. He always wears sunglasses and a leather jacket
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3. His advice is to never let anyone see you melt E. Orange 1. He is the scarty cat 2. He avoids dark alleys and quiet banks 3. Carving pumpkins isn’t going to happen. He’s afraid of being mistaken for a pumpkin again. III. Finally I’m going to tell you about the different variety of M&M’s that are available for the eating. A. Milk Chocolate 1. America’s favorite candy B. Peanut 1. Crunchy nut lovers love these C. Dark Chocolate 1. Created by popular demand D. Almond 1. Even though I don’t like almonds, they’re on my top. E. Peanut Butter 1. My favorite. F. Pretzel/ Coconut 1. Are competing for a permanent position. Conclusion: 1. Now that I’ve informed you on the history of M&M’s, the M&M family, and the selection of M&M’s, I hope you will now appreciate more this beautiful treat we’ve been given. 2. This weekend as you’re handing out candy to the youngsters, remember to do the parents a favor and give the kids something that melts in their mouth and not their hands!
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