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M&M

Regional drug slang for depressants.
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7 bags of fun-size Smarties packets (which provides 77 packets)
In 1956 the first Smarties TV ad was launched, with the strapline "sweetest, treatest, best to eatest".
When he ate all the Smarties he shifted his attention to his shoe which he then mended with an A4 piece of paper left over from my submission witness statement still on the end of the counter.
Nestle is spending 2m [pounds sterling] on a marketing push to promote the comeback of the blue Smartie and push its healthier credentials as free from artificial colours or flavours.
To ensure that participants responded to the perspective-taking tasks in the same way, at the end of the program each was presented with a sheet of white paper containing the following scenario: "If I put the pencils in the smarties box and you are not there.
Oh no," say the Smarties, and hide under the table.
They are being given a tube of Smarties, which they are allowed to eat, and then have to find ways to fill the tube with money.
Empty Smarties tubes were handed out during Sunday services by church minister Jill Cheverton.
NestlA, who first brought the familiar Smarties tube to us in 1938, has taken a fresh approach to the re-design.
Smarties have been sold in a cylinder-shaped packet since the sweets were launched by Rowntree's of York in 1937.
Kelly, 17, of Littlecroft, The Stanners, Corbridge, has handed out 20 tubes of Smarties to family and friends, who will fill them with 20 pence pieces in return.
NestlA, who have already removed artificial colouring from Fruit Gums, Jelly Tots and Fruit Pastilles, insist the change won't affect the flavour of Smarties.