Shoppers are left in hysterics after man reveals he's been eating jelly wrong for 20 years | The Sun
JELLY is a super simple dessert to make – you simply need to add boiling water to your cubes and wait for it to dissolve.
But one man has left social media users in hysterics after revealing he's been eating the low-calorie dessert wrong for over two decades.
The man has instead been eating the jelly straight from the packet – and made the amusing confession in the review section for Hartley's Strawberry Jelly 135G on Tesco's website.
He penned: "Thought cubes tasted great, very strong and a bit chewy, then was pointed out to me that they are in fact supposed to be melted in water…after spending 20 years eating cubes.
"Will give an update when I've tried them as intended."
The review was first shared in 2021 but has since been re-posted on Twitter by @NoContextBrits – leaving people stunned all over again.
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"If this is legit then by far the best 20 year discovery ever," wrote one.
A second quipped: "What next, drinking concentrated juice?"
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Elsewhere, others noted how they opt to eat jelly in its cube form because they prefer the taste of it.
"Always treat myself to a few cubes when I'm making jelly," admitted one.
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Another agreed: "I used to love eating jelly cubes and also oxo cubes."
A third asked: "Are you even British if you don't eat a cube while making the jelly?"
And one more confessed: "I used to eat raw jelly before my swimming competitions for an instant energy boost. Still not sure if it worked, but I did get bronze in the butterfly nationals."
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