People have found some ingenious new uses for the Brexit Toblerone

Harriet Marsden@harriet1marsden
Thursday 10 November 2016 10:45
Poundland was forced to delay the launch of its new bar last month after Mondelez sent a warning about trademark infringement

Another week, another food-related Brexit drama (#MarmiteGate, anyone)? Toblerone changed their iconic shape due to rising costs and the internet went mad.

Luckily, the internet also threw up an ingenious response to the latest Brexit outrage.

Natt Morris, desk jockey and online hero, posted this picture on Facebook group Sh*t London.

Picture: (Nat Morris/@natzmorris)(Nat Morris (Instagram: natzmorris))

Commenting on Toblerone-gate in outrage, she told indy100:

They'll be releasing Terry's Chocolate satsumas next.

And in true British fashion, the people of Twitter were inspired to make the best of a bad situation.

In this darkly regressive world of 2016 it's nice to see a bit of forward thinking.

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