At present the world is divided into two camps. The ones that love Maggi and are rapidly falling apart over the idea that it may be banned, and the ones that never cultivated a taste for it who are now walking around with smug, “I told you so expressions.” Twitter, it seems is more popular with the former half of people who are skillfully using 144 characters to rue the possibility of a world without Maggi. Can you empathize with any of the tweets below?
High levels of MSG and Lead found in Maggi.
'2' minutes silence for #Maggi please.
— Tamanna Wahi (@tamannaW) May 18, 2015
I will soon have to develop a taste for noodles other than Maggi. *Big teardrops falling* #maggiban
— Nikita (@Nikitaism) May 20, 2015
We’re crying right along with you.
— !Danny (@iDanny4) May 20, 2015
Will we have to settle for Wai Wai now, which not only tastes substandard but appears to have a very lame sense of humor?
Exclusive picture of MSG in Maggi. pic.twitter.com/23WMBBdWoq
— GRV (@MildlyClassic) May 19, 2015
Like Chandler from F.R.I.E.N.D.S, some people are resorting to humour to get them through the pain. But we don’t see the tiny Messenger of God (MSG). We just see a pot of delicious noodles; a sight that may become extinct very soon.
Maggi is to most people what Faith is to religious people. Keeps 'em going when they've nothing else. Dont even think about taking it away.
— pnkj (@AskThePankazzzz) May 20, 2015
Others are trying to use logical persuasion to prevent the ban. We completely agree with you.
Now food connoisseur's will have to learn to cook few other items to be able to call themselves Chef! #MaggiBan
— Amit (@Goddamittt) May 20, 2015
— Century Gowda (@bakwaasgiri) May 20, 2015
While everyone else moans, some have sniffed out a business opportunity. Go and hoard!