Twix's chocolate bar status is called into question which encourages a fascinating debate 4 years ago

Twix's chocolate bar status is called into question which encourages a fascinating debate

It's a very good bloody question.

What the hell even is a Twix, anyway?

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It's definitely stocked next to all those chocolate bars that you know, love and trust like the humble Dairy Milk, the polarising Flake and the ever present Galaxy.

But, then again, it's more than a bit biscuity. Ain't it?

It's made of biscuit and is coated by chocolate, on this we can all agree. But what separates a Twix from, say, a chocolate digestive which is most definitely a biscuit.

Where does one draw the damn line? That's what we want to know. And that's what Pointless host and chairman of the still controversial World Cup of Chocolate 2016, Richard Osman, wanted to know too.

Osman is famous for a lot of things and one of them is his knack for thought-provoking tweets, like this bad boy.

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It was a concept steeped in gravitas.

Technical definitions proved frustratingly unhelpful.

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Some fun terms were conceived specifically for Twix's benefit.

Some big names got involved.

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You just had to feel for this poor soul, who found this to be the appropriate time to open up.

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Some genius ideas showed themselves. 

Controversy was inevitable.

Unfortunately, there was no definitive conclusion reached so we put it to you.

What be Twix?

Tough decision, eh?