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Some people just want to watch the world burn, don't they?
As you can imagine, many Twitter users were fuming with the suggestion.
One person wrote: "Are you kidding me? Do you live under a rock with no taste buds? How could you think this is okay to tweet. I lay awake at night hating this tweet with every one bone in my body."
Another replied: "I don't know you but I am disgusted and appalled and having to reply in an Internet café because I just smashed my phone up with the remnants of my laptop and flushed the rubble down my now machinery blocked toilet."
While a third said: "Lack of taste is a symptom of Covid-19. Please get yourselves checked if you feel the same."
But not everyone was enraged by the suggestion, some people backed the idea, with one person adding: "I don't see why it's so hard to engineer a cone that doesn't leak at the bottom instead of putting a lump of terrible-quality chocolate there.
"Is an independently-functional cone that much more expensive than having a perfunctory garbage chocolate process?"
Another said: "I'm 100 percent with you. It's awful poor quality chocolate. I usually peel the cone off that little chunk and throw it away..."
Thankfully, Walls know what's what and rather than do away with the solid chocolate lump, the company has launched a box of Cornetto Tips, which are, as the name suggests, just the ends of the cones, with no ice cream.
What a time to be alive.
The Cornetto Chocolate Tips Ice Cream are sold in packs of five at Tesco for £3.00.
Walls say: "Showcasing one of the most iconic features of the Cornetto experience, these cone shaped tips are sure to bring joy to all!
"Our Cornetto tips are made of a delicious chocolatey flavoured filling, encased in an irresistibly crunchy Cornetto wafer cone.
"These little treats are perfect for bringing people together to share a tasty snack all-year-round.
"In our traditional Cornetto ice creams, the delicious journey ends with the legendary chocolatey tip - now the journey can be started with a bite of our chocolatey Cornetto tips."
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