They don't Do it like they use to.

Perhaps "Have a break have a Kit Kat" is probably one of the most recognized tag lines to me if not the confectionary world other than M & M's "Melts in your mouth and not in your hands" which for those who have a personal level of knowing me would acknowledge my addiction for those stuff. But today's post isn't going to be a review of a new flavour of Kit Kat of sorts but more of a fond memory of my sweet tooth's previous experience and reminiscence of the past.

I use to remember those days when i use to get all excited about opening the different layers of wrapping unfolding the magical ride for my sweet tooth in the form of a crispy waffle covered in milk chocolate. The different layers wrapping includes the outer plastic iconic red plastic Kit Kat wrapping then a thin almost transparent sheath with a texture of wax paper like, never really did understand why they had this and the ever so cool aluminum foil covering.

These days its been reduced to nothing but a single later of tacky plastic covering. Where's the excitement in opening that?

I managed to put my kit kat frustration aside when i received the UK version of this snack and to much delight still in the good old wrapping! Minus the irrelevant white layer.

Ah! the long forgotten and missed shiny aluminium foil covering.

Remember those adverts where it use to show how to indulge in the full kit kat experience and its most important and coolest step would be to run your finger through the thin aluminum foil between the two chocolate fingers?

Boy was that cool for a 10 year old boy apart from the coolest Pokemon cards.

Then there's the ubiquitous breaking of the two sticks from each other.

The full kit kat orgasmic experience, Check!
This is how having a break should be all about, taking your time and truly savoring every part apart from the main snack itself instead of the easy to open plastic. So Nestle if your reading, could you reissue this form of packaging for old times sake, i'd be as happy as Charlie receiving the golden ticket.

1 comments:

Sultan said...

"So Nestle if your reading, could you reissue this form of packaging for old times sake, i'd be as happy as Charlie receiving the golden ticket."

YES PLEASE, we need the old packing.... please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please.. please..

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