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#801 - benegative (04/22/2013) [-]
Personally, I like living in a country where you're not allowed to sell food items that have inedible objects embedded within them. In fact, not surprisingly, there have been several deaths caused by these "candies."
User avatar #811 to #801 - bronybox (04/22/2013) [-]
The candy isn't "embedded in them", it's just in a hollow cavity inside of the egg. Like literally, you separate the hollow chocolate shell in half, take the toy, and eat the shell. It's not like its a whole solid chocolate egg with a toy cemented in.
#853 to #811 - anonymous (04/22/2013) [-]
What would the internet be without people who want to argue minor semantics points?
User avatar #889 to #853 - bronybox (04/22/2013) [-]
I'm just enlightening him on the fact that he doesn't even know what a Kinder egg is.
#1327 to #889 - benegative (04/24/2013) [-]
So what you're saying is that a kinder care egg is not a chocolate egg with a toy embedded inside it. Instead, it's an egg, made of chocolate, within which there is a hollow cavity which contains a toy (that is most definitely NOT "embedded" in it...).

You're either a ******* idiot who doesn't know what the word embed means. Or you're just arguing minor interpretations of the word because you're gay for kinder care eggs. Since you're so inept, I went and did a web search for you. Please embed this information in your brain, either that or a bullet.

emĀ·bed (Verb)
Fix (an object) firmly and deeply in a surrounding mass
User avatar #1330 to #1327 - bronybox (04/24/2013) [-]
So no, I'm not arguing a "minor interpretation".
I made like, two-sentences just to explain to you that they aren't embedded. Why are you getting so made about it? I mean, I should have guessed based on your ignorant comment, but seriously.
User avatar #1329 to #1327 - bronybox (04/24/2013) [-]
Yeah. It's not fixed firmly. It's just inside.
Embedded toys vs toys inside a hollow cavity make all the difference.

If it was embedded, much like the seeds of a watermelon are embedded in the flesh of the watermelon, it would make sense that it poses problems. The children might accidentally eat the toy because it is in essence part of the chocolate egg, like you might accidentally eat a watermelon seed, or perhaps bones in a grilled fish.

If it's simply laying inside of a hollow cavity, when you bite into the egg, you will clearly see and understand where the toy is and easily be able to differentiate it from the rest of the chocolate, almost complete eliminating the choking hazard unless you're stupid and think the toy is candy as well (or unless you're really young and your parents are fools that haven't taught you not to eat things you aren't supposed to.)
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