Kinder Surprise

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Wikipedia doesn't have a proper article about Kinder Surprise. It really wouldn't help those so-called experts by writing one either.

Kinder Surprise is an invention by adults to make children think they've been given a treat, when actually they've been fobbed off with cheap rubbish.

The adverts on TV for Kinder Surprize used to claim:

Its 3 things in one!

1) A Surprise 2) Some Chocolate 3) A Toy

This does sound pretty exciting doesn't it.

Alas:

1) A surprise? Thats just jargon and doesn't mean anything! 2) The less said about this the better, I think this 'Chocolate' was responsible for some of my more interesting childhood vomiting stories. 3) Yay! A toy! Whooooo!

NO

The toys suck. More often than not you'll get a jigsaw or a limited edition model.

So in conclusion, if anyone ever offers you a Kinder Surprize:

Just. Say. No.

Serious, if you want sweets get them to buy you a mars bar or something. This just isn't worth it, and is another example of the rebellion and lies that adult present to the younger generations.

As Oscar Wilde once said: "Won't someone please think of the children."