As we've tirelessly covered this year, Hershey, Inc. decided to yank the fun from Easter by suing a company responsible for importing British Cadbury chocolate into the United States. Why buy real Cadbury—creamy, smooth, delicious—when you could have Cadbury made by Hershey—acrid, sour, gritty, and painfully dissimilar?
Gotta break a few eggs to make an omelet: in the latest volume of the Great Cadbury Creme Egg Controversy of 2015 that has affected every single person living in England and America, imports of the British springtime chocolate have reportedly been banned from entering the U.S. by Hershey Co. Sounds like someone's cryin' over spilled egg creme.
This week in bollocks: Cadbury Creme Eggs, the delicious confections that are everyone's go-to favorite springtime pre-workout snack, have changed in two unsavory ways for their forthcoming Easter season: the eggs are gonna be pricier this year and the recipe in America is a farce. What in the godfearing fuck is this shite?