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Someone Tried To Attack M&M's Caramels Packaging And The Internet's Not Buying It

Have people actually become so sensitive in this day and age that they would get outraged over the littlest things, like something on a candy package? Thanks to food news site Delish, the answer to that question is now clear: Hell no.

A few days ago, Delish wrote an article picked up by several other news outlets about the "downright alarming" packaging "flaw" on the wrapping of the new M&M's Caramels that just launched this past month. Their argument was that the red and yellow M&M characters pulling apart a lifeless orange caramel M&M was "mildly disturbing."

Delish tried to hype up the piece over the fact that the orange M&M was another character, but given the fact there's no arms or legs present, we're pretty sure that isn't the case.

In this attempt to get the internet outraged over seemingly nothing, Delish found themselves getting quite a bit of backlash from their followers:

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What's not even mentioned here is that this wouldn't even be the most sadistic thing showcased in a food commercial before. I mean, Cinnamon Toast Crunch has a commercial of their cereal pieces eating each other and Pop Tarts get eaten or toasted in most of their commercials as well.

That's not even the point, though. The point is that it's a cartoon of slapstick humor, and the packaging is just meant to show the flowing caramel inside the new sweet.