If you’ve eaten your weight in Lindt Santas, you probably need a little break.
You might think about having a salad for lunch or a green juice before you get back on the gins tonight.
But the one thing you probably aren’t hankering after is a load of hot cross buns.
And yet, just a day after Christmas, Easter goodies have been spotted in various supermarkets around the country.
But it’s not just the odd Lindt bunny cropping up in piles of Santas.
We’re talking hundreds of boxes of eggs, hot cross buns and other Spring-time faves.
Are folk happy about the early Easter intrusion? Are they heck.
After all, we’re bang in the middle of Twixtmas
None of us are over the festivities yet
You know why they really call it Boxing day don't you……
Cos it's the day when all the supermarkets open their boxes full of Easter Eggs and stick them on the shelves!
— Lee Dolby (@Millwall_Dolbs1) December 26, 2017
It’s still peak Quality Street period
Seriously Woolworths …. are you over Christmas already ?
Hot Cross Buns in your Supermarkets – For Sale, on Boxing Day … ?
— Tetrisnet (@Tetrisnet) December 26, 2017
No one’s craving a creme egg yet, unless it’s in a box of Celebrations
WTAF @Tesco ? January last year was too soon but Boxing Day is bloody ridiculous!! Please can we stop this incessant pushing of the next festival before the current one has even finished? It's wrong!! Easter eggs should go out on March 1st!!!! pic.twitter.com/IRc9aZBmdt
— Natalie (@Barkeronthebox) December 26, 2017
But you know, commerciality knows no sentimentality Supermarkets don’t give a crap whether you’ve finished with Christmas yet or not
Boxing day and shops have hot cross buns and Easter eggs on the shelves ffs
— darren gotham (@darrengoth) December 26, 2017
So if you’re not at work, here’s a tip: don’t leave your house or your pile of sweet wrappers until January 1.
Don’t let people rob you of your 12 days of Chrimbo.
Especially not the bloody Easter Bunny.
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