Steak should be cut into the shape of a tiny thin not-quite cylinder.
Trout should be cut into the shape of a tiny thin not-quite cylinder.
Bread should be cut into the shape of a tiny thin not-quite cylinder.
Goulash should be cut into the shape of a tiny thin not-quite cylinder.
Let’s make this easier:
EVERY FOODSTUFF SHOULD BE CUT INTO THE SHAPE OF A TINY THIN NOT-QUITE CYLINDER.
Instantly adding a whole new dimension to any consumable, Cadbury show the rest how it’s done.
Dairy Milk is little short of utterly unrecognisable in its tiny thin not-quite cylinder form. Maybe it’s the slight slope on the edges that makes it not quite a cylinder that does it, like the slice on the Fugu fish by a knife-wielder in the know making it edible.
Not that Dairy Milk isn’t edible in its raw form, of course, but don’t mess with a diabolically inadequate simile, alright?
Sure, they can fit less chocolate into a fully-cylindrical packet of tony not-quite cylinders, thereby improving their margins to the ultimate detriment of s/he who consumes by volume – but I am a consumer by experience, and this is a heightened one.
To sum up: nobody ever buys Cadbury Chocos, ever, except this one time I did, and this blog won’t change that.