People are furious with what’s behind Celebrations advent calendar door No.1

Chocolate lovers across the country have been left fuming after opening their Celebrations advent calendar this morning to find their first treat was a BOUNTY.

Mars Incorporated- the company which makes Celebrations – has come under fire from Twitter users for its advent calendar after the coconut chocolate was under the first door.

Christmas is now ‘cancelled’ according to some users who have never been so disappointed in their life.

Other users experienced emotions of heartbreak, anger and sadness.

Twitter user George Dredge said: "Run down the stairs to open my Celebrations advent calendar full of excitement and festive cheer. Hoping for a Malteasers teaser or Galaxy and it’s a f**king Bounty."

Caitlin said: "Opened my advent calendar and it was f**king Bounty. Never been so disappointed in my life."

Rebecca said: "No are you actually joking. I opened my Celebrations advent calendar and the first chocolate I got was a Bounty. What a s**t start to the month."

One user was so annoyed he flushed the chocolate down the loo in protest.

El said: "Bought myself a Celebrations advent calendar and it had the audacity to put a Bounty behind the December 1st door."

Zoey said: "Christmas is ruined, opened my advent calendar and it’s a f**king Bounty. WHO EVEN LIKES BOUNTY’S."

El said: "Bought myself a Celebrations advent calendar and it had the audacity to put a Bounty behind the December 1st door."

Zoey said: "Christmas is ruined, opened my advent calendar and it’s a f**king Bounty. WHO EVEN LIKES BOUNTY’S."

Bounty is a coconut chocolate bar that was first introduced in 1951 and is often the last chocolate left behind in a tub of Celebrations.

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