Why aren't the sweets, "M & M's", just called "M's"?


Fri, 04/27/2018 - 12:56am

It was during the Spanish Civil War that Mars purportedly encountered soldiers eating small chocolate beads encased in a hard sugar shell as part of their rations. ... In return, Murrie was given a 20 percent stake in the M&M product, which was named to represent 'Mars' and 'Murrie

Wed, 12/12/2018 - 10:56pm
Lumi75 Says:

I am not one of those lazy dumb ass's who post a question on the internet to get the answer, when i can find out myself and google the answer, so i know you copy and pasted from the first thing google comes up with and i already knew that,
My point was....

But if by pure coincidence i was walking down the road and eating a packet and those 2 walked past, they are not going to start arguing over whose particular M i am eating, are they?

So why not just call them M's?