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LEM & Ms

Pronounced "Lemon Emms"
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Hello, guys! I'm Back, and i have a tonload of good ideas for you! The idea i am covering today combines the two best things on earth- LEGO and M & Ms. Basically, it is chocolate, poured into a LEGO mold, and coated with various sugar coatings to create a LEGO-shaped M&M. Naturally, of course, the bottom would not be nearly as deep, just deep enough to have the studs snap together. These would then snap together, like ordinary LEGOS, but would be edible like ordinary M&Ms. They would not melt, because of the sugar coating, "Melt in the mouth,but not in the hand," remember?
Hive_Mind, Mar 31 2008

Candy Blox: http://www.typetive...og/item/candy_blox/
[Amos Kito, Mar 31 2008]

Chocolate LEGO http://www.chocablo...isc/chocolate-lego/
(Do it yourself!) [Ander, Apr 03 2008]


       Cool, but I don't think they'll snap together, candy coatings never seemed all that elastic to me. Also it'd be tough to get the right clearance due to uneven coatings. Also wouldn't the candy just fill in the holes in the bottom?
MisterQED, Mar 31 2008

       Neat, but I'd find them more interesting if they were actually lemon flavored.
Spacecoyote, Mar 31 2008

       Maybe they should be called MEGOs.
jaksplat, Mar 31 2008

       I swallowed a few legos when I was a kid, so for me this is just a new flavor. {+} anyway cause I'm hungry.   

       {Goes to loot kid's Easter basket}
bneal27, Mar 31 2008

       I read the title as some sort of Feminism on the Moon publication. Pity.
globaltourniquet, Mar 31 2008

       I was hoping it was about Polish Existentialist Science-Fiction Candy.
Alterother, Apr 01 2008

       Hm, yeah, me too.
DrCurry, Apr 01 2008


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