People using Terry's chocolate orange packaging for stand branded 'genius'

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People using Terry's chocolate orange packaging for stand branded 'genius'

Arguably, there's no chocolate that quite hits the spot better than Terry's chocolate orange. While fans of the product may assume that they know the sweet treat back to front, the new discovery of a hidden function has left people floored.

Taking to TikTok, Neil Adams - who boasts more than 2,600 followers on his account @michael_adams1138 - shared a video of him demonstrating the handy feature first-hand. Posting the clip to the popular video-streaming service, Neil left people gobsmacked with his clip, which has raked in over 338,000 views since posting.

Captioning post, the TikToker wrote: "Chocolate orange display."

People using Terry's chocolate orange packaging for stand branded 'genius' eidehiqdqikinvNeil folded the piece of plastic (michael_adams1138/Tiktok)
People using Terry's chocolate orange packaging for stand branded 'genius'And created a stand for his chocolate (michael_adams1138/Tiktok)

Neil recorded himself opening the iconic packaging and pulling out a bit of plastic, which chocoholics most likely have learned to throw in the bin.

However, it can actually be used as a nifty display that makes eating the delicious snack a dream.

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Taking out the piece of plastic, the TikToker folded either sides of the plastic to create a stand.

Demonstrating the chocolate orange hack, Neil admitted: "I was today years old when I discovered this hack."

The handy tip acts as a perfect stand for your chocolate, which tackles the gruelling task of scrambling inside the box for a tasty slice of chocolate.

"Nom, nom, nom," Neil added as he nabbed a section of the chocolate to eat.

Flocking to the comments, TikTok users shared their shock after only just discovering the clever function - with one person admitting they've been unaware of the hack for 50 years.

One person noticed a problem: "Could've done with this before Christmas! it's gonna be 12 months before I eat another chocolate orange and what're the chances of me remembering?"

"Omg!! I've just realised, nobody got me a chocolate orange for Christmas. I'm hurt," a second added.

Meanwhile, a different user praised the idea: "Genius!"

A fourth said: "50 years on the planet and still learning."

A fifth added: "Nice one never knew that."

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"I never knew that," a sixth agreed.

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Grace Hoffman

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