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    It's just come out recently that the Toblerone company has reduced the amount of chocolate in toblerone bars; it's widely suspected this is due to Brexit. We just bought some toblerone, and were shocked to discover that, although the packaging and the price were the same, there was a much bigger difference between the "mountains". Toblerone fans, have your say!


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    (Original post by Treblebee)
    It's just come out recently that the Toblerone company has reduced the amount of chocolate in toblerone bars; it's widely suspected this is due to Brexit. We just bought some toblerone, and were shocked to discover that, although the packing and the price were the same, there was a much bigger difference between the "mountains". Toblerone fans, have your say!


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    ;_; wat, but they not mountains, they just straight small triangles....
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    (Original post by will'o'wisp)
    ;_; wat, but they not mountains, they just straight small triangles....
    Ikr! Toblerone is ruined forever.
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    (Original post by Treblebee)
    It's just come out recently that the Toblerone company has reduced the amount of chocolate in toblerone bars; it's widely suspected this is due to Brexit. We just bought some toblerone, and were shocked to discover that, although the packing and the price were the same, there was a much bigger difference between the "mountains". Toblerone fans, have your say!

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    smaller chocolate bar or Marek stealing your job and house, which is worse!
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    (Original post by Treblebee)
    Ikr! Toblerone is ruined forever.
    that's not a toblerone anymore....
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    (Original post by Danny the Geezer)
    smaller chocolate bar or Marek stealing your job and house, which is worse!
    Can't you appreciate the chocolate (or lack thereof)?
    And no, this is not my way of answering; I'll answer later, on the correct thread
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    what madness have these fools unleashed ?

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    Is it a Toblerone or toast rack?
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    It's deformed.

    Jk I don't give a ****. Now you can mound it on your wall and put all your belongings in the gaps. Pretty brown shelf :puke: naht.
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    I blame Brexit for this too!

    They are just using it as an excuse to increase profits. Imo boycott these greedy conglomerates. I've never bought Cadbury since Kraft took over.



    I've been getting my sweet fix from Lidl for years never have I seen much difference in their prices.
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    This Swiss sneakiness just confirms how right it is to be sceptical about europe :top:

    Think Swiss - Think sneaky :yep:
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    (Original post by Treblebee)
    Can't you appreciate the chocolate (or lack thereof)?
    And no, this is not my way of answering; I'll answer later, on the correct thread
    ofc! It is pretty criminal tbh
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    There is a silver lining to this. It may help the millions of fatty Brits lose weight.
 
 
 
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