We put Marshawn Lynch in a Skittles ad

Marshawn Lynch is just about that x-rated Skittles action, boss.

We've always known that Beast Mode is powered by Skittles. Marshawn Lynch has always favored the fruity treats, and this past week he officially hooked up with the candy as a spokesman, getting his own flavor of Super Bowl Skittles.

But Lynch hasn't officially been in any commercials yet, so we went ahead and dubbed him into Skittles' two weirdest commercials. (Well, two of their weirdest commercials. They have some very very very very very very very weird commercials.)

We know Marshawn Lynch is just about that action, boss, so we put him in two commercials with people getting action, including the "banned" ad from a few years back where some guy ejaculates Skittles. (Hey, we didn't come up with that. Skittles did. Blame them.)

You know, for somebody who supposedly didn't talk to the media on Super Bowl Media Day we sure got all we needed out of Marshawn Lynch's sound bytes.

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