Brexit Is Not Taking Away Your Chocolate


Chocolate

Dear citizens of the UK, calm down. After the momentous (and rather regretful) Brexit decision, this huge step is not taking away your chocolate. (Of course, never mind the myriad ways it could impact aspects of your day-to-day life, like work, education, medicine, and consumer prices, but oh dear me, not the chocolate, amirite?)

ChocolateThe candy in question? Milky Way’s Magic Stars. The aerated chocolate stars with just the right size to make them perfect for snacking has caused a good number of people to panic on Twitter. Why? Because rumor has it that this confection can only be bought in the EU.

Welp.

 

Don’t believe me? Check the label on the bottom of this pack:

Oh no, UK Internet! No more starry chocolate goodness!

A number of people felt the panic rising.

And were willing to spend mad money on these packs.

A number of them grieved the lose of candy.

Someone was even taking advantage of the panic and sold his Magic Stars for exorbitant prices.

And of course, there were some who just sat back, enjoyed their snack of choice (along with the spirit of “I TOLD YOU SO”), and soaked up the drama.

Think of all the awesome stuff you’ll now have to miss, UK.

However, a spokesperson from Mars quelled the panic-buyers’ fear with this statement:

“We know how much consumers love Milky Way Magic Stars and fans can rest assured that they will remain on sale in the UK.”

So UK, take a deep breath, put that Magic Stars pack down, and maybe try to reassess your priorities. Then again, chocolate can be a good way to steel yourself for the fearsome dark road ahead. Enjoy.

 

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Jonette

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