THE chocolate citizens of M & M’s World are living under a brutal totalitarian regime, it has emerged.
M & M’s World in London’s Leicester Square began as a social experiment to give chocolate-covered sweets and peanuts self-determination.
Initially peanut M & M’s and normal M & M’s lived harmoniously, with small family groups farming several inches of land and occasionally meeting up for barn dances.
However a failed harvest caused many M & M’s to starve, and paved the way for a charismatic blue M & M known only as ‘He Who Never Melts’ to recruit a large peasant army.
M & M’s sociologist Tom Logan said: “The blue leader’s political party ‘Unity’ now controls all aspects of private and public life in M & M’s World and is ruthless in crushing dissent.
“Recently a small group of brown ‘worker’ M & M’s started an anti-state pamphlet called ‘Outside The Shell’.
“Red M & M secret police arrived at their tiny cellar base and took them off to a ‘chocolate correction centre’. They were never seen again.”
Mother-of-two Nikki Hollis took her family to M & M’s World: “I thought we’d just buy some sweets and maybe a pencil case, but it’s actually a thought-provoking and nightmarish vision of unbridled power that made my children sick with fear.”