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Some food and drink should only be consumed in a certain way, and only that way will do.

Such examples include: Oreo - you twist, lick and dunk; Jagerbomb - it's down in one, and Kit Kat well, that's obvious, right?

Now bare that in mind, as it becomes part of a very frosty argument on Twitter.

It all started with one tweet from a girl known as Sasha, who (assuming she was having a bad day) wrote: "Y'all make me cringe." Wonder what we'd done wrong?

Well, Twitter user 1994 Subaru Outback was having none of it, and decided to show that whatever Sasha had initially seen to piss her off, was common place on the internet.

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"Welcome 2 the web can I get u a water," is the response that is fired back.

Weirdly, "tap water" is the reply Sasha gives - maybe it's all taken in jest to begin.

It's unknown if these two are mates and were just sending banterous insults to each other, or whether it's just one keyboard warrior deciding to do a bit of trolling, but it soon steps up a gear.

"You snort peanut butter and jelly," fires Sasha. "U eat gold bond creme," replies Subaru Outback - don't worry, I've done the research and Gold Bond is an anti-itch cream.

The insults continue... I can only assume bringing a ripstick to a skatepark is pure blasphemy.

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As they trade blow after blow, Subaru goes for a killer line: "U eat Kit Kats like a normal candy bar and don't break it apart."

The heavyweights step in. The giants of the chocolate bar world are having none of it.

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Calling Sasha a 'savage' soon settled the argument, in their eyes it was a step too far.

The move confused Sasha, but not Subaru who soon claims: "Looks like I won."

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Well, too right, nobody eats a Kit Kat any other way than snapping the fingers vertically and chewing one finger at a time. Anything else is, well, savage.

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Michael Minay

Mike Minay is a trending journalist at LADbible. He’s co-ordinated interviews with some of the big names from the world of news and sport including ITV’s Robert Peston, Sky Sports’ Jeff Stelling and darts champion Michael van Gerwen. His reporting days began on University radio in Birmingham, before moving to BBC Sport Online – creating content for large events such as Wimbledon and the FA Cup final. Mike still commentates on Football League matches at the weekend. A Manchester LAD at heart.

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