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August 26, 2015


Police have set up a social media site with photos of stolen property — including a single orange Skittle — and are urging victims to check if any property belongs to them.

(Thanks to The Perts)


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Did they steal candy from a child? Skittles are too small to give to a baby.

Did they check to see if the alleged perp(s) ate any of the evidence?

My guess is they did...

Litte bits of sugar coated with glue covered by more sugars and a coating of beetle extract. No wonder they advertise it like pimples now. Yummy!

Other items stolen were valued at $999.99 so that one Skittle got them grand theft.

The good news? That orange Skittle is mine.

The bad news? I lost it in the sofa cushions back in 1976.

I'm not so sure I want it back now. It appears to be covered in cat hair, while we were a dog-only family at that time.

Who wants an vintage Original Skittle? Please, make me an offer!

I haven't been able to eat Skittles since I saw their commercial where it looks like this guy has Skittles chickenpox. Blech!

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