It is said that Christmas lasts until Easter, but if many British media outlets are to be believed, Easter may begin at Christmas time:
Recently, many British stores have put chocolate eggs and other Easter sweets on their shelves. Some of them actually started around Christmas time last year.
-This is very sick, and pisses off a minion named Ben at X.
He attached several photos of store shelves containing Ferrero Rocher chocolate eggs, Kit Kat Easter bunnies and Maltesers Easter mix to illustrate.
– Many items are already on sale, he writes further.
according to Standard newspaper There are many people who interact with the shops Good Early Easter fist. Many stores can now be reviewed on social media.
They both exist Instagram, X, and Facebook Satisfied customers write that they thought it was too soon:
– This is criminally early. There is no longer an Easter atmosphere when in fact it is Easter, writes one follower on X.
Many parents of young children have also spoken out after photos of chocolate shelves with Easter bunnies and eggs spread online. They criticize shops for “destroying the magic of Easter for children”.
– Chocolate elf in summer and Easter bunnies in Christmas. Joho, like, writes a third.
– False start
Tesco supermarket is one of several supermarket chains that have already put Easter merchandise on sale. They confirmed to the Standard that they had introduced some Easter snacks, but made clear that they were holding back on too much:
– We still have a few weeks until our customers can access our Easter selection. But we know some people like to buy eggs and sweets ahead of time, so we had a bit of a head start, says a spokesperson for the newspaper.
Several British newspapers have written that Tesco and other supermarkets deliver Easter gifts early every year. In 2019, for example, he wrote Manchester Evening Newspaper That more people will prevent stores from selling Easter merchandise before it actually is Easter. However, nothing was done about it.
We live in an impatient world where everyone should have access to everything all the time. The disappearance of magic is nothing new, one follower wrote on Tesco's Facebook page.
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