Today is the day when my sugar cravings have hit one of the highest points – I’ve just had an exam and want to celebrate by having tons of sugar! Why not! Soon followed by beer and good food!
So here I am – a sugar-craving student, eager to meet my needs by having some good old ice–cream. Algida is my choice. Little did I know, how annoyed this ice-cream would make me feel…
My question is: Why is Magnum so tiny?
Algida allegedly wants to help people! As a result of that hellpfullness they have cut down on calories (only 250 calories per ice-cream).
Algida says: “The changes are … part of the firm’s sustainable living plan, aimed at helping people improve their health…”(?!)
Dude! what are you talking about?! Since when ice-cream is a healthy choice?! It never was and it will never be – full stop!
Algida says: “Shoppers would “appreciate” the company’s goals and “buy more” if necessary.”
What a bunch of bs! The size of a Magnum is outrageaously small & pricey. I guess their plan is to help people get slimmer and poorer.
I feel cheated! That’s not the sort of ice-cream I expected to get for approx. 25 kr. I pay 35 kr per a pack of Magnums(4-5 of tiny ice-cream). In other words it’s cheaper to get a pack of ice-cream – yeah maybe cheaper but is it healthier?
No more Algida for me.
Of course one shouldn’t trust ads and commercials. Look at the size of her ice-cream and they look at the ice cream I bought. It does feel like a slap in the face, doesn’t it?
And now, back to reality. Rachel’s eyes say it all, .– they are judgmentaaaaal! They say: “Really, you’re gonna spend your money on THIS?! isn’t that like a Magnum for toddlers?”