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Save the Bounty !
#1



I love Bounties.
Although I admit I do seem to be a minority.


Anyway, I've moved on to Quality Street these days.
I think it's me age.
KK
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#2
Hallelujah!
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#3
Never liked Bounties. They’ll be back though. Trying to generate a bit of publicity right before everyone starts buying them for Christmas.

Prefer Heroes though, especially now they’ve got those chocolates with little pieces of Crunchie in.
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#4
Nothing wrong with Bounty.

Would eat a big one
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#5
I love Bounties and was surprised to hear they're the ones that are always left over when the tub is almost finished. In my experience that's usually the Mars ones. 

These days I prefer Heroes, apart from the sticky eclairs. There's nothing heroic about an eclair  Shakes
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#6
I prefer the dark chocolate bounties
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#7
Crazy, just a big publicity stunt if you ask me.
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#8
I don't know.

They got rid of the Topic.

Without any fanfare mind.
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#9
No one likes Topics,  Poke

Bounties are delish though,  Tongue
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#10
Don't quite get what is going on. Must be a British thing. Someone care to explain?
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#11
(05-11-2022, 02:23 AM)EthanE Wrote: Don't quite get what is going on. Must be a British thing. Someone care to explain?

From their comments, it sounds like Hugh and Tiuri are coprophilic.
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#12
(05-11-2022, 12:08 AM)Ollie2UK Wrote: No one likes Topics,  Poke

Bounties are delish though,  Tongue

I liked Topics. I like Bounties.

(05-11-2022, 02:23 AM)EthanE Wrote: Don't quite get what is going on. Must be a British thing. Someone care to explain?

It is a British thing. The confectionery manufacturer Mars (say that they) have removed "Bounties" from "Celebrations". "Celebrations" is selection of miniature versions of "candy bars". Bounty is a coconut candy bar.

(04-11-2022, 10:41 PM)Luckydog2020 Wrote: Crazy, just a big publicity stunt if you ask me.

Correct!

Celebrations scores PR hit with outrage over Bounty bars – that aren’t being removed

Quote:This calls for a mutiny,” Richard Osman tweeted to his 1.2 million followers. “WHAT?! This is a diabolical decision,” wrote Piers Morgan (8 million). “I am not amused … I draw the line,” Lorraine Kelly told the million-plus viewers of her morning show.

Broadcaster Dan Walker ran a poll. Comedian Mark Watson debated the correct grammatical plural form. And on Twitter, the memes mulitplied and debate raged.

Which is an awful lot of fuss about a chocolate bar. News – or rather, a press release – that Mars Wrigley, manufacturers of the Celebrations brand of chocolate sharing tubs, was planning to remove Bounty bars from packs this Christmas prompted widespread coverage across broadcasters and newspapers this week, after research, it said, showed 39% of people wanted the bars removed.

All this despite the fact that it’s not really happening at all. Instead, a limited number of “No Bounty” Celebration tubs will be available at a limited number of Tesco pop-up stores, and unless you happen to be in Cradley Heath on 11 November, Pontypridd Tesco Extra on the 22nd, or 38 other one-day-only destinations, Bounty bars will still be in your Celebrations tub this season – like it or not.

Mars may not, after all, have “killed Christmas”, as Morgan suggested, but its publicity machine has certainly played a blinder. “Every couple of months in the UK PR industry, you’ll get a campaign where everyone just sort of bows down and says, yep, they did that well,” said John Harrington, the UK editor of PR Week.

Richard Osman, Piers Morgan, Lorraine Kelly, Dan Walker  … and ladsnet.
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#13
I’d much rather a topic than a bounty
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#14
(05-11-2022, 06:27 AM)jdcyl Wrote:
(05-11-2022, 02:23 AM)EthanE Wrote: Don't quite get what is going on. Must be a British thing. Someone care to explain?

From their comments, it sounds like Hugh and Tiuri are coprophilic.

Gross. What the fuck is wrong with you?
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#15
I like Topics.
Can you even still get the big ones. Not that they were very big.

They should have axed the Milky Ways. They are shit.
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#16
Shrinkflation is going on.
A lot of chocolate bars have gone down in size. Snickers, Mars Bars, Whispers.
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#17
Mutiny over the Bounty?

Phenomenal PR stunt in the 'battle of the tubs' pre-Christmas build-up!  



https://www.theguardian.com/media/2022/n...ng-removed
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