The only 6 replies you need to the annual Easter egg outrage
It’s so predictable you can almost set your watch by it, the annual ‘outrage’ from people who think Cadbury has removed the word ‘Easter’ from their chocolate eggs.
And no one does it better than this chap, Jacob Rees-Mogg fan Godfrey Bloom who ‘loves annoying the politically correct’.
If it be true Cadbury is removing 'Easter' from its chocolate eggs one wonders if their management understand the company's Quaker roots.
May I suggest Thornton's for your Easter eggs? A proper British company with old fashioned family values
— General Godfrey Bloom (@goddersbloom) February 6, 2018
Here are the only 6 replies you need.
Ahh yes. Thorntons. That Italian-owned company who, like Cadbury, do not (and never have) called them Easter Eggs. 👍 pic.twitter.com/AObQ1r1GOx
— heartbeeps (@hrtbps) February 6, 2018
'They were just chocolate eggs in 1970 as well!!!' pic.twitter.com/QD9DcmJBaI
— Ian McDougall (@IanMcDougall1) February 6, 2018
And Quakers don’t celebrate Easter. Or Christmas just in case you start going on about them not making chololate Christmas coins or other fibmongery.
— Andy Elliott (@ReturnMyJedi) February 6, 2018
can’t believe Cadburys are taking the word EASTER off of OUR EASTER EGGS. This is PC gone mad. Just look at what they are called now. Ridiculous. pic.twitter.com/h2ZXPNu0cy
— TechnicallyRon (@TechnicallyRon) February 6, 2018