Most British people are trying to digest the news that the UK has made the decision to leave the EU.
Many are worrying about what this means in terms of currency, travel and jobs. Others are more worried about something different thanks to a viral photo.
Back in May, an image of a bag of Milky Way Magic Stars was shared thousands of times because of what was printed on the back.
“Product should not be sold outside of the EU.”
It all started when Ben, (@Swarley_94), tweeted the following:
Reason number 183270 for staying in the EU pic.twitter.com/cPAoaRmaf1
— Ben (@Swarley_94) May 29, 2016
This caused panic at the time of sharing, but this has since resurfaced now the decision has been made to leave the European Union.
People have taken to Twitter to express that they’re stocking up on the popular chocolate…
Stocked up on Magic Stars. DM me for prices ✌️ pic.twitter.com/mowqyExdN1
— Ranj Bhakar (@ranjbhakar) June 24, 2016
Guess it's time to stock up on magic stars then 😭 #EUreferendum
— Henry Aslett (@Henn_as) June 24, 2016
The saddest part. They've taken our future and they've taken our Magic Stars pic.twitter.com/RPPEMyZ5k3
— Slxtr (@Ukulelee_) June 24, 2016
Now that we're not in the EU anymore, we can't buy magic stars 💔
— charis saunders (@chariss97) June 24, 2016
RIP Magic Stars forever in our hearts pic.twitter.com/IuS10OU7mT
— Lux (@Callux) June 24, 2016
Super rare milky way magic stars. Selling them £25 per pack. DM to buy pic.twitter.com/rwofVHTfv7
— ️ (@SellingLikeSeth) June 24, 2016
so disappointed, gonna take a trip to buy some magic stars before they are stripped from us along with our economic security
— gemmy (@gemmanormman) June 24, 2016
But fear not!!
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