Just 6.71 percent of all survey takers voted out orange. Moving up the list, 10.06 percent of people who participated in Mashed‘s survey think cherry candy should never again grace our supermarket shelves. Nearly 14 percent (13.72, to be exact), would prefer not to have to unwrap another grape-flavored sweet. Another 16.62 percent would do away with lime. And although it pains us to admit it, 18.14 percent of people have a vendetta against green apple.
But a staggering 29.88 percent of all survey takers, agree that banana-flavored candies need to leave — find their way onto Elon Musk’s first spaceship to Mars, hop on Back To The Future’s DeLorean and travel anytime but this time or buy a one way, first-class ticket to Japan’s uninhabited Okunoshima Island where they can hang out with rabbits (via Mental Floss). No hard feelings, or anything.
The remaining 4.88 percent of respondents chose the “other” category, and a select few of them (who almost certainly haven’t listened to Harry Styles and his Grammy-Award winning anthem) wanted watermelon candy gone.