SPOTTED: Zombie Skittles

Zombie Skittles

“Most taste delicious but some taste like rotten zombie.” Two things: One, is “rotten zombie” redundant? A zombie, as portrayed in media, is the rotting flesh of a living being brought back to life. So “rotten” seems unnecessary. Two, everyone who’s anyone knows zombie tastes like chicken. (Spotted by Adam E at Sheetz.)

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7 thoughts to “SPOTTED: Zombie Skittles”

  1. That is redundant and rotting zombie is probably the worst flavor name I’ve ever seen. I don’t want to taste that.

  2. Exactly what Mason said. Now if it were flavored “showering zombie”, sign me up!

  3. Why in the world would anyone subject themselves to that willingly, much less pay for it?

  4. This is clearly a play on the Bertie Bott’s Harry Potter jellybeans. Which children still seem to purchase regularly despite having ‘vomit’ as a flavour.

  5. Bertie’s Bott’s jellybeans were marked so as long as you had good eyesight, you would only accidentally eat one of the bad flavors a few times while conning people into trying vomit or booger. This seems more random and harder to trick people into eating the ‘zombie’ pieces.

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