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Marks and Spencer butted into a Twitter war between Lidl and Aldi and shut it down hilariously

They aren’t too posh to have a sense of humour.

TWITTER USER EMILY Cousins decided to try and get to the bottom of one of the most contentious questions of our time. Aldi or Lidl?

Aldi were the first ones in.

it's true Source: Aldi UK/Twitter

Lidl soon arrived to fight their corner.

lidl Source: Lidl UK/Twitter

A GIF battle ensued.

It remained pretty polite.

no Source: Aldi UK/Twitter

Before turning into a somewhat embarrassing GIF dance battle.

dance Source: Lidl UK

Oh, the banter was sure had by the people at Aldi and Lidl HQ.

Then one online retailer stepped in and suggested that Marks and Spencer, or one of their posh supermarket rivals Waitrose would be totally incapable of engaging in these kinds of ‘bants’.

bants Source: MonsterShop

Marks and Spencer couldn’t allow that accusation to stand.

They slipped in with a more current meme format than gives and scoffed at the suggestion of being incapable of having a laugh online.

PastedImage-72973 Source: M&S/Twitter

Aside from receiving considerably more favourites than Aldi and Lidl, Marks and Spencer’s victory was confirmed by the number of people who applauded them.

kem Source: Dani Mason

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