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Would you forfeit chocolate for Marmite or Pot Noodles this Easter?

By Sj.Cliff
Would you forfeit chocolate for Marmite or Pot Noodles this Easter?

Unilever is attempting to broaden the appeal of Easter by using some of the most questionable Easter eggs we’ve seen in a while.

How would you feel if, instead of being presented with your favourite chocolate treat this year you received a Pot Noodle egg? It’s not a noodle egg – that would actually make sense (and be pretty fucking epic). It’s a sub-standard chocolate egg, in a ceramic pot that looks kind of like a pot noodle container. *I can’t contain my excitement*

Then there’s the Marmite egg. As a non-lover of Marmite, the prospect of the vile spread infiltrating chocolate actually causes me to produce hives. Yes, that’s right; I’d neglect the shit out of my Marmites.

I know what you’re thinking: “Sam, how do you know that the chocolate is going to taste bad?” That’s because instead of pairing up with someone who makes decent choccy, Unilever has entered this partnership with Kinnerton, producers of that terrible advent chocolate that tastes like it’s only fit for dogs.

According to the DailyMail.com, you guys are going to love it…

“set to delight chocolate loving students up and down the country.”

…but we’ve given you guys a little more credit.

So, what do you guys think of the new Easter additions? Let us know on our socials!

 

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