Talk:1035: Cadbury Eggs

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They can't *all* be like that. I'm pretty sure the ones with caramel fillings have waay more calories than the average egg, and coke zero probably amounts to less than one egg. Davidy22[talk] 08:34, 21 January 2013 (UTC)

true, but it's worse for you for completely different reasons. Xseo (talk) 10:07, 15 April 2013 (UTC)
surely coke zero isn't technically food. why not replace it with hummingbird urine? naturally sweet! 108.162.219.223 01:33, 22 January 2014 (UTC)

Packaging colours, filling colour, and title-text indicate that it's about the cream eggs, not caramel. Is it more common in America to call them Cadbury eggs and not cream eggs? Seems weird to this Brit, Cadbury's is the brand, they do more than just eggs, and we typically say Cadbury's with the possessive apostrophe-s. Also of note is the year-round thing. Cream eggs are sold year-round, but are stocked in higher quantities over Easter (and green-yolked ones for Halloween), but their advertising campaign here tends to suggest that they are available exclusively in those two seasons (worse, Halloween is actually very rare to see in televised advertising, as by then the larger shops are decorated for Christmas. I don't recall ever seeing Halloween egg adverts, somebody scour YouTube?)141.101.99.130 01:56, 6 March 2014 (UTC)

Unfortunately, unlike in Britain, the cream eggs are all that can be found in the US from Cadbury. So naturally they became "the" Cadbury product. Some import stores have chocolate bars, but they're hard to find. And in either case they're actually manufactured by Hershey under license (although they're still better than normal Hershey chocolate). And for the most part, while they can easily be found here year-round, in Easter most stores will put them by the registers and in general this is the only time they're really brought to social awareness. Also, I've found that, at least in American English, whether we use the possessive for brand names is entirely dependent on the brand (and rather random in my opinion), but both tend to sound right. 199.27.133.75 01:48, 6 January 2015 (UTC)

Anyone saw snapple? It is a reference to a previous "Snapple" xkcd comic and I believe it is worth noting 173.245.48.212 09:14, 20 July 2014 (UTC)

They have Cadbury's products over there despite the sewer pipe issue issue? I used Google News BEFORE it was clickbait (talk) 22:53, 21 January 2015 (UTC)

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