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People are finding ingenious ways to use those new Toblerone bars

They’re good for *something*, at least.

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WELL, THE WORLD has really gone to hell in a handbasket, hasn’t it?

Brexit, President Trump, and this:

I was hoping it wasn't true 😲 #toblerone #austeritytoblerone #chocolate #shock

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Wrong on so many levels #brexit #toblerone #nomountainsinthealps

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Earlier this week, Mondelez announced that it would be completely changing the Toblerone bar, reducing the weight by increasing the gaps between the peaks.

Predictably, nobody was happy.

 

As always, the resourcefulness of the human race shines through despite setbacks – and people are managing to put their ugly new Toblerones to good use.

They’re being turned into stationery holders

Love the new stationery holders at work

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Raspberry Pi mounts

Device stands

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DVD shelves

CD/record organisers

And toast racks

Now people have temporary solutions to their storage problems. At least something good has come of this tragedy.

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