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Some customers are upset that Reese's annual Christmas Tree candy doesn't actually look like a tree -- and are taking to social media to complain about it.
Ok sure, it's a "tree" @ReesesPBCups #StillEating #ItsStillReeses pic.twitter.com/QIBU424IDs-- Kinbrielle (@ATweeterIsMe) November 22, 2015
"I feel deceived," one person posted on Twitter, with a photo of the candy looking more like a blob than a Christmas tree.
ah, the fabled blob tree. truly the most majestic of foliage. @ReesesPBCups pic.twitter.com/jj24RvBnH4-- _emmy???Miku Expo!!! (@_emmyemi) November 19, 2015
@ReesesPBCups ... I have questions. pic.twitter.com/VEBkGM42PL-- Ashleigh (@AshweeCarter) November 24, 2015
Reese's tweeted back at several users saying in part: "This is not the perfect experience we're going for. Please send us a note so we can help."
Of course, there were others who seemed A-okay with the treat no matter what shape it is.
Chocolate is chocolate, right?
If you are unhappy about the shape of your #Reeses Peanut Butter Christmas Tree, you can send it to me. I will dispose of it properly!-- Ben Johnson (@BW_Johnson) November 28, 2015
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