M&S have released their ‘naughtiest ever’ range of chocolates ahead of Valentine’s Day and it’s got shoppers blushing – some find it hilarious but others have called it an ‘ick’
What better way to tell someone you’re thinking of them than with an aubergine-shaped chocolate?
M&S have got shoppers blushing ahead of Valentine’s Day with some cheeky chocolates in their “naughtiest ever” range. As we’re on the run-up to Valentine’s Day, it’s the perfect time to show someone you’re thinking about them.
The love-themed chocolate products include chocolates shaped like lips, an aubergine, a cherry and a peach – as well as an ‘I Looong For You’ chocolate sausage dog, Peachy Walnut Whips and Shucks You’re Amazing chocolate oysters. The naughty range was showcased on social media and it’s got people hot under the collar.
The video is just as cheeky as the products; the clip was shared on the high street giant’s social media page as a woman is enjoying the chocolates as she lays among red silky sheets with close-ups of her hands caressing the sweet treats. M&S captioned the post: “Warning: the following video contains extreme levels of cheese (…not that kind!) and chocolate. Our naughtiest range ever deserved a naughty-ish vid right? Introducing the perfect gifts for Valentine’s Day.
“And get ready to put your phone away ’cause things are about to get TASTY around here. From oysters to whips and not forgetting an or two (who are we to judge). So slip into something a little more comfortable and tuck right in (yes ok, we mean eating chocolate on the sofa in your pyjamas. Pop the kettle on too while you’re at it!) Available in your nearest M&S Foodhall NOW or online @ocadouk.”
Many fans loved the cheeky post, with many calling it “hilarious” but others weren’t impressed and called it an “ick”. One follower joked: “M & S? More like S & M,” as another wrote: “Brilliant!!! Marks and Spencer, you are very naughty.”
Whereas others admitted they had to “double take” on the sausage dog, as one person shared: “Whoever designed that sausage dog knew what they were doing,” and a second penned: “I had to put my glasses on as that didn’t look like a dog shape.” While another echoed: “That sausage dog is definitely made in the same factory as Ann Summers products.”
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