Odds are you've probably enjoyed a delicious bag of Sour Patch Kids that start off sour and quickly become sweet. Whether you ate them at the movies or tried them at a baseball game, I'm sure you've experienced the candy's delicious taste. However, this perfect concession stand snack is just as delicious and as it is clever, because its bag hides a tiny detail which you probably never noticed.
A Reddit thread created by user Toms42 revealed that the seemingly normal "splotches" on the bag of Sour Patch Kids are actually tiny little Sour Patch Kids.
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Wait, I barely ever noticed these splotches to begin with -- who knew they were made up of Sour Patch Kids?! It's kind of like inception or something.
Most of the world hadn't noticed this tiny little quip on the package of their favorite candy, either. Needless to say, minds around the world are exploding with this interesting news.
The thread has received more than 19,000 upvotes and hundreds of comments from people who can't believe they never noticed the tiny detail before.
But Sour Patch Kid love doesn't end with fawning over the candy's packaging. In 2016, Baskin Robins decided to dedicate the month of April to everyone's favorite movie candy by releasing a limited edition Sour Patch Kid flavored ice cream.
The delicious ice cream was made by mixing marshmallow and raspberry ice cream with a tart Sour Patch ribbon. Yum!
In 2017, Sour Patch Kids flavored foods took a healthier spin. Polar Seltzer recently released three new magical waters this week, and word on the street is that one of them tastes just like Sour Patch Kids. The new Polar Seltzer flavors are Mermaid Songs, Yeti Mischief, and Drago Whispers.
Sour Patch Kids have been around a long time, and they seem to keep impressing consumers by coming out with new ways to keep them intrigued.
As long as my Sour Patch Kid doesn't chop my hair off when I'm not paying attention, they have a friend in me.