Is Snapsy a Spy?

March 27, 2013 at 5:13 pm Leave a comment

The Snapsy story is bigger than I thought, folks.

Look what I saw today at the drug store:
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So: Hershey’s and Russell Stover, two totally separate candy companies, both come up with the idea of chocolate rabbits to break in pieces, at the same time? I don’t think so! There’s a mole in the chocolate…bunny heads will roll.

To Russell Stover’s credit, their version at least maintains the classic chocolate bunny aesthetic. As for the name, Snapsy wins over “Break -It Rabbit” hands down.

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