Man asks has he been 'living under a rock' after finding out Petits Filous isn't a yogurt
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Whether it's Hula Hoops strategically placed on each finger, Collin the Caterpillar birthday cake or simply a good old-fashioned Cheesestring - there are a few things from our childhood that really kick up the nostalgia big time.
One of which includes the incredibly yummy little pots of joy also known as Petis Filous.
Now, while many of us can imagine the exact taste of each and every flavour - what many of us didn't seem to know is that they're not all they may seem.
Prepare to be shocked:
The TikToker, Mally Cinco, shared the mind-boggling discovery to his thousands of followers.
Mally spoke in front of a screenshot of a 2018 Irish Times article, which read: "These little containers do not contain yoghurt, however, but 'fromage frais', as noted on the front of the packet, which means fresh cheese.
"It is low in fat, making it a popular dessert in France."
And sure enough, on Petits Filous' website, the ingredients list says 'fromage frais' - no yoghurt in sight.
However, he was still pretty shocked, saying: "Right to a lot of you this isn't going to mean anything but this means a lot to me.
"Obviously I'm being dramatic but still I've been lied to.
"Like you're telling me all now in primary I was munching on strawberry cheese? Are you serious? Like, if its not yogurt and it's f**king cheese don't call it a yogurt."
Mally also captioned the TikTok: "Maybe I've just been living under a rock?"
The clip has since gone viral after clocking up more than 269.2k views in less than 24 hours, with many also sharing the same belief that it was yoghurt.
One TikTok user wrote: "Knowing it’s cheese completely puts me off."
"I thought fromage frais just meant like yogurt for kids," confessed a second.
A third echoed: "Not me just thinking fromage frais was French for yogurt."
"Wait ITS CHEESEEE?????" exclaimed a fourth while a fifth remarked: "I was so upset when I found this out."
Others, however, had made the apparent bombshell revelations yonks back.
"It literally says in that screen shot that it’s called 'fromage frais' and not yogurt," hit out one TikTok user.
"Plus they don’t taste like yogurt either tbh."
A second quipped: "It has literally always been fromage frais. Nobody called it yogurt. It's not even the same texture as yogurt."
"Yogurt and cheese are just differently expired milk bro same thing," explained a third.
A final TikTok user revealed: "You know what it was good I can't even be mad."
My sentiments exactly.