Easter is about Jesus now, apparently
Hellbent on ruining our chocolate weekend with all that unpleasant crucifixion stuff, Christian groups have won their three year campaign to stock religious themed Easter eggs in supermarkets.
Called the ‘Real Easter Egg’, (rather than a magic one that rises from the dead), it’s made by the Meaningful Chocolate Company and also features Jesus on the box and a religious themed children’s activity inside. FUN!
The meaningful folks at Meaningful Chocolate expect to sell 200,000 of the £3.99 eggs to little Tod and Rod Flanders all over Britain, and a bishop has called the decision to stock it as a ‘milestone’.
The only supermarket which refuses to stock it is bum patting, heathen Asda, who have decided Easter is much better celebrated with giant godless branded chocolate orbs filled with devil sweets and delicious hydrogenated fats.
I’m still laughing about ‘Meaningful Chocolate.’ Excuse me while I discuss existentialism with this Twix.