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I have always loved my
Kinder Überraschung – Or
Kinder surprise as they say internationally: Peel off the thin aluminium paper, split the chocolate egg into its halves, find the inner plastic container, open it, find a more or less crappy toy, eat the chocolate while assembling it: Fun!
I had heard before that some countries won’t let you sell food items with non-food items in them and other nonsense. And of course I was totally appalled when I found this degeneration of the good old Überraschungsei – as we colloquially call it:
Its fully packaged in plastic now and you can split it in two halves. Each of them has a plastic seal, one of which contains the little toy – along with a disclaimer in around two dozen languages – the other of which contains some sort of gooey pseudo chocolate along with two balls that appear to be cheap-ass tiny nut-free version of Ferrero’s Rocher. Let’s just say it’s utter crap. Thank you lawyers and MBAs. You managed to ‘improve’ the world once again.
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