Some articles on green, green apple, sour, sour green apple:
... Skittles Blackcurrant / Grape (purple) (see info) Lemon (yellow) Lime (green) - removed in 2013 and replaced with Green Apple Orange (orange) Strawberry (red) In the UK ... and Australia, lime is replaced with green apple flavour ... Green apple replaced lime in the United States for a brief time in 2001, as part of a promotion ...
... UK) Starburst Gummibursts Flavor Duos – (Strawberry Watermelon, Cherry Fruit Punch, Green Apple Strawberry Lemon Cherry) Starburst Gummibursts Sour – (Sour Watermelon, Sour Green Apple ... Lime) Starburst Jellybeans Original – (Cherry, Grape, Green Apple, Lemon, Orange Strawberry) Starburst CrazyBeans – (Grape-Ade™, Razzin Watermelon™, Peach-A-Palooza ...
... Strawberry Watermelon, Cherry Fruit Punch, Green Apple Strawberry Lemon Cherry) Starburst Gummibursts Sour – (Sour Watermelon, Sour Green Apple, Sour Strawberry Sour Orange ... Starburst Jellybeans Original – (Cherry, Grape, Green Apple, Lemon, Orange Strawberry) Starburst CrazyBeans – (Grape-Ade™, Razzin Watermelon ...
Famous quotes containing the words green apple, apple, sour and/or green:
“Love to chawnk green apples an go swimmin in the
Hate to take the castor-ile they give for belly-ache!
Most all the time, the whole year round, there aint no flies on
But jest fore Christmas Im as good as I kin be!”
—Eugene Field (18501895)
“One mustnt ask apple trees for oranges, France for sun, women for love, life for happiness.”
—Gustave Flaubert (18211880)
“Like many another romance, the romance of the family turns sour when the money runs out. If we really cared about families, we would not let born again patriarchs send up moral abstractions as a smokescreen for the scandal of American family economics.”
—Letty Cottin Pogrebin (20th century)
“As the shade went up
And the ambulance came crashing through the dust
Of the new day, the moon and the sun and the stars,
And the iceberg slowly sank
In the volcano and the sea ran far away
Yellow over the hot sand, green as the green trees.”
—John Ashbery (b. 1927)