Dad Sparks Praise And Outrage Over Controversial Chocolate Bar Ranking
Australians get to enjoy a decent variety of chocolate snacks that you can find everywhere and anywhere.
Some are instant classics however there are others that are more an acquired taste. Everyone is entitled to their opinion and what might taste delicious for one person might be disgusting to others.
However one Aussie dad has set out to try and rank all the main chocolate bars from best to worst, which he's accurately described as 'God' to 'Would rather eat a bucket of cat vomit'.
Bruno Bouchet, a Sydney-based managing director and former Kyle & Jackie O radio show producer, decided to grab 16 choccies and line them up. The categories included the two above at either end and then 'Royalty', 'Adam Sandler' aka 'Take it or leave it' and then 'Pleb'.
In the revered 'God' category, there were three winners: Picnic, Chomp and Turkish Delight.
Okay, weird flex but let's continue and see how the rest of the field ranked.
In 'Royalty' was: Snickers, Twix and CurlyWurly.
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The third tier, which has the best category name ever, listed KitKat, Crunchie and Mars. This was followed by Twirl, Time Out and Aero in the 'Pleb' category.
Finally we hit the 'Cat Vomit' tier, which is a pretty strong sentiment, and the lowest of the low are: Violet Crumble, Milky Way, Chokito and Bounty.
Writing on Instagram, the post started with: "The 100 per cent correct chocolate bar power rankings. Don't bother commenting, this isn't up for discussion."
Uh, he clearly doesn't know how social media works, this is definitely up for discussion.
Just to be clear, this is a purely subjective approach to this topic but how in the hell could you consider Picnic in the best category? That choccy is, at best, in the 'Pleb' category.
Don't get us wrong, Chomp is a good option but to be God-like is about as stretchy as a CurlyWurly can get. Don't even get us started on Turkish Delight being in this same tier. Can't even.
On the other end of the spectrum, it's not a surprise to see the coconut beauty Bounty in the bottom category. This choccy goes down well with very particular people but it's not exactly going to be in every kid's birthday party list.
When it comes to the middle of the line chocolates, it's strange to see the likes of KitKat and Crunchie in the 'Adam Sandler' tier - surely they deserve some more loving.
What do you think?
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