The Word Chocolate Deemed TOO Offensive by European Union.

Funny story written by IN SEINE

Monday, 12 January 2009

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The Obama Bar: a winner if ever there was one!

Following the comments made on an old video made by Prince Harry, while serving in the British Army as a cadet Officer at Sandhurst, the word 'Chocolate' is now considered to be TOO offensive by the European Union. Do-gooders in Brussels have said; "in such a volatile world, even a harmless little noun can cause offence, spark a riot or even cause a fatality."

The announcement comes as a severe blow to Bourneville confectionary manufacturers Cadbury's. CEO of the confectioners, Mr William Wonka, told In Seine News;

"This is indeed bad news for us; we have invested millions of pounds in creating the 'Obama' Chocolate Bar to be launched on the same day as he is sworn in as President of the USA. Some might say that this is a joke too far, but we at Cadbury's certainly didn't intend it to be offensive; no, the bar itself has a very hard outer shell covering a sweet chewy inside with only a hint of nuts which we consider to be COMPLIMENTARY. Indeed if Hilary Clinton had won, it would be covered in a smooth white chocolate and we could have called it the 'Lady Bar'."

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