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Snickers Says the 'Veins' Remain and You Can't Unsee It

That's a textured chocolate bar.
by The reportr team
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Photo/s: Snickers/Twitter

Snickers said Thursday that the "veins" on its chocolate bar will remain, putting to rest talk on Twitter that the coating of the nut and caramel-filled snack will be soon be smoothened to make it appear ordinary.

Within posting, the tweet got nearly 55,000 retweets, 270,000 likes and replies from big brands who want to join in on the NSFW banter -- including Pizza Hut and yes, Fleshlight.

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Snickers did not specify which organ (they said veins) was being referred to, but the unwrapped and bitten piece of chocolate in the Twitter post was brown and indeed, veiny.

Certain that its cancy-colored chocolate pieces are humanoids with eyes, lips and four appendages (two arms, two legs), M&M's said Snickers should have thought twice before posting.

Both M&Ms and Snickers are owned by U.S. chocolatier Mars that also makes Twix and that Snickers alternative, Mars.

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Fleshlight, which doesn't manufacture chocolates, replied too.

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"Under the influence of pizza," Pizza Hut chimed in.

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