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Boomer Dads Know What They Want for Father’s Day. — 13 Comments

  1. Try it & let me know how it works out, Somehow I haven’t high hopes for it. The older I get, the more I feel (and look) like Rodney Dangerfield! lmao

  2. Angels can fly because they take themselves lightly; devils fall because of their gravity.

  3. Just the other day, I was involved in a deeply philosophical discussion with someone about how both the MegaM&Ms and the MiniM&Ms were sacrilegious.
    They do not have the proper milk chocolate/candy shell ratios.

  4. Sounds like there’s a lot of love there Mark…even with your humorous attempt to disguise it. Love those M & M’s.

  5. UPDATE:

    Boomer Blog writes about the dark chocolate advertising. I have to admit, I thought their website for dark chocolate was pretty cool.
    http://www.theboomerblog.com/2007/06/addams_family_values.html#more
    “M&Ms assume the identities of the ghoulish Addams Family to promote a new “dark chocolate” version of the product. This pitch-perfect imitation of the show’s classic opening, right down to the finger snaps, was the public’s favorite new TV spot when introduced, according to AdAge.”

  6. It is too bad that I already got my husband a book for Father’s Day as he is an avid reader. Ty and The Babe by Tom Stanton. He is also an avid lover of dark chocolate and so I can now put out the word to those of the children looking for the ever elusive perfect Fathers Day gift.
    Hope they can find a four pound bag so I will have a shot at getting a few.

  7. He’ll appreciate the book I’m sure. There is an M&M dispenser if he doesn’t mind kitsch.

  8. The best way to eat M and M’s is to keep them in the fridge then let them melt in your mouth. don’t crunch them..just let them melt.

    DELICIOUS!!!!!

  9. @Chase: I’ve tried, but I don’t have the patience to let them melt. I crunch them! Yum.

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