There is no 'safe' jelly bean flavour


#1

Red could easily be cinnamon
Orange could be melon
Green could be watermelon
White could be coconut
MAYBE blue is okay actually.

Thanks everyone.


#2

Sainsbury’s own brand jelly beans are delicious and vegan
you are all welcome


#3

Hello Xylo, I’m wondering if you saw my posts in the running thread the other day about how I have a jar of jelly beans in my house and I swallow them, with water, like pills before a morning run. Thoughts?


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#4

They’re all pretty safe fam.


#5

all unlikely.

melon would be good though,


#6

Alright Harry Potter


#7

why don’t you like tasting things, Ant?


#8

orange and speckled red is always safe. also violet.


#9

if only


#10

Because in this case, I’ve just brushed my teeth.


#11

Not really a fan of jelly beans. Think I’ll mute this thread.


#12

You’ve listed all great ones (apart from cinnamon)


#13

yeah, fuckem*. Don’t need that shit in my life
*walked past some jelly beans in the office about 20 seconds ago! did not risk


#14

oh god i bet you’re a peanut butter fan


#15

Don’t see many Starburst Joosters kicking about these days do you.


#16

Fucking great point, this.


#17

why don’t you eat them before you brush your teeth, Ant?


#18

My faves are the coconut, marshmallow, strawberry shortcake, popcorn.


#19

Please don’t ask me questions like this, the fact of the matter is that I swallow jelly beans with water as if they’re pills before I go for a run in the morning. You don’t have to like it but you have to accept it.


#20

when they were launching, we got to try some early at my primary school for some reason and we each got a special pen with the Joosters logo on it where it had water and four big pretend jelly beans floating in it, which i can’t find any pictures of on google. they were my favourite sweets for ages just cos of that (plus they were great)

not sure why this happened at a really tiny little rural primary school in Tyrone, the headmaster must have applied for it or something.