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A man has sparked a social media debate after claiming Twirls are just Flakes with a chocolate coating around them.
In the first of two videos, Dan uses the packaging to explain his theory.
He says: "Twirls are chocolate-covered Flakes. They're the same thing man."
After one user said he was wrong, claiming that Flakes can't be melted while Twirls can't, Dan shared another video, testing the theory out.
Placing both chocolate bars, wrapped in tinfoil, into the oven, he says: "I'm gonna put these both in the oven for 10 minutes. Because Flake chocolate won't melt, the Twirl won't either."
He then pulls them both out, and unveiling the pair he reveals they have both burned while in the oven. So that's that settled then.
Some people agreed with Dan, having said they always had an inkling the chocolate bars were almost identical.
One person said: "I always thought that."
"I am with you 100 percent," wrote a second. "I thought of the exact same thing years ago. I do enjoy a Twirl because it's easier to eat with less mess."
While another joked: "A Twirl is a Flake that's got its life together."
And even Cadbury Australia had to get involved after the debate seemed to get out of hand.
Speaking to News.com.au, a spokesperson for the chocolate giant said it couldn't reveal how either was made.
They said: "Both Twirl and Flake are made with Australia's favourite Cadbury Dairy Milk chocolate that we all know and love.
"How each of them are made is a secret though, known only to the brilliant chocolate makers in our factory... and they're not too keen to share it!"
LADbible has contacted Cadbury for a comment.
And it's been a busy couple of weeks for the chocolate brand. The Goose Island Beer Company recently announced it had decided to marry the delicious taste of beer with the sweet taste of Cadbury's Creme Egg.
Yes, according to Goose Island, their Golden Goo-Beer-Lee Creme Stout is a 'blend of malted barley, oats, wheat and milk sugar' that provides a 'deliciously rich and creme-y texture'.
There will only be 3,000 cans of this special concoction created and sold to the public around the world and they have an ABV of 4.5 percent.
Featured Image Credit: TikTok/@thegoosefighter
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