Giant M&M'S Have Started Appearing In Canadian Cities, And I'm Not Gonna Lie, I Kind Of Love It

    It's probably not real, but I really wish it was.

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    Early one Monday morning, while lying in bed psyching myself up to go to the gym, I was scrolling through TikTok and came across a very peculiar M&M'S video that stopped me dead in my tracks.

    The video in question seemingly showed a giant bag of M&M'S (my dream) sky-high above Yonge-Dundas Square in Downtown Toronto.

    A giant billboard advertisement for M&Ms featuring the yellow M&M character in a city setting

    All of a sudden, the bag of M&M'S started to shake and shimmy while luscious, delicious, and chocolaty M&M's started to fall on the pedestrians below.

    Spoiler alert: No one was hurt in the making of this TikTok.

    Text overlay says "wishing i was them" above a scene of people with giant M&M'S at a city square

    Once my brain cells started firing on all cylinders after my 12-hour slumber, I realized this video was created with the magic of computers and, sadly, is not real.

    Here I am, devastated:

    I then realized this video was created to promote M&M'S taking over Yonge-Dundas Square during the upcoming long weekend (March 29–31) and their #ForAllFunKind campaign.

    I then kept scrolling to see even more giant M&M'S content (my new algorithm) including this one in Montreal:

    This one in Vancouver:

    And this one in Calgary:

    Needless to say, I'm sold. Giant chocolate taking over my feeds was not on my 2024 bingo card, and I'm not mad about it.

    Check out the Yonge-Dundas Square activation in Toronto on March 29–31. And if you see any giant M&M'S, please DM me a photo and buy me some here!