Were not sure if Cadburys were intentionally trying to horrify the nation but for those of us who were tuning in to TV3's coverage of the Liverpool game on Tuesday we were privy to one of those 'I was there moments'. Yes it's real and yes it's either horrifying or bloody fantastic or some curious mixture of the two.
The nation was perplexed and they took to Twitter to share their experience in some kind of collective purge of their feelings.
Was that Dunphy Giles @CadburyIreland ad real? Or am tripping on the strong cheese I ate after dinner?
— Keith Walsh (@Quichewalsh) September 16, 2014
— Ross Devlin (@rossdevlin) September 16, 2014
Billy Bremner getting name dropped by Giles in a creepy Cadbury's advert with Dunphy. What did I just see.. I felt like I was tripping #lufc
— Paul O'Sullivan (@pos8) September 16, 2014
— Niall Glynn (@niall77) September 16, 2014
Turns out Eamon Dunphy and Johnny Giles are better at selling chocolate than football analysis
— Mike Sheridan (@Immikesheridan) September 16, 2014
Now Giles and Dunphy are hawking chocolate bars. You have to despair at times.
— Emmet Riordan (@emmetrd) September 16, 2014
That Giles/Dunphy chocolate bar ad actually happened, right?
— Dave Hanratty (@HanrattyDave) September 16, 2014
Oh Jesus. I've just seen that Dunphy/Giles dairy milk ad. WTF?!!
— Jacqui Hurley (@jacquihurley) September 16, 2014
Don't click on any links to that Giles Dunphy ad. It's not a virus but your eyes will melt and your brain leak from your ears.
— Paul WS Bowler (@PaulWSBowler) September 16, 2014
I have nothing good/bad to say about the Dunphy/Giles Cadbury's video. I'm in a shocked trance tho after seeing it and am now ironing dvds.
— Michael Doheny (@themikeman1988) September 16, 2014
Just saw the Dairy Milk ad with Dunphy and Giles. The world is safe.
— Josh McClorey (@Josh_McClorey) September 16, 2014