We’ve gone TOO FAR.
We’ve gone TOO FAR.
Not sure if we want to taste the rainbow any more…
A nearly impossible quiz.
What’s your best pick-up line?
It’s like they went through candy puberty and you were like, “DAYUM.”
You’ve seen some of these, and some of you think some of them are real.
Someone’s been tasting a little too much rainbow over at the official Skittles Facebook page.
Leave your left brain at the door, and come on in. Least insane to most insane, top to bottom.
“This isn’t what it looks like.” The Walrus’ name is Bobby.
Artist Andy Bell calls the piece “a symbol of what happens when you let fear rule your life.”
The first look at Zimmerman since being arrested and charged with 2nd-degree murder for shooting Trayvon Martin. Really the first good look at him, not a blurry video screen grab or years-old mugshot, since this whole story broke.
And it appears to contradict the story that Trayvon Martin broke Zimmerman’s nose and bashed his head into the sidewalk. This footage, obtained by ABC News, shows Zimmerman in the hours after he admitted to shooting Martin. He is brought into the Sanford police station for questioning and shows no visible sign of being bloodied in an altercation. UPDATE: More footage from that evening has surfaced.
From his future prison inmate. Justice will be served.
Having people spontaneously talk about your brand on social media sites is an advertiser’s dream. Unless it’s because your product happened to be linked to the Trayvon Martin shooting. On Twitter, people are demanding Skittles issue a statement on this hot button issue, accusing the company of profiteering off extra publicity from the death, and even threatening boycotts.
For those who haven’t been closely following this tragic story, here’s a primer on the awful facts surrounding the death of Trayvon Martin. There is plenty in here to warrant outrage.
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