|Inspired by the word that the Conservative Party Chief Whip Andrew Mitchell allegedly never uttered, our ‘Not for Plebs’ bar doesn’t hold back.
For the record the word ‘Pleb’ come from ancient Rome and refers to the non-aristocratic class. According to Wikipedia, one of its early uses in the UK was in public schools where pupils would be enrolled as ‘plebeians’ as opposed to sons of gentry and aristocrats. Fascinating.
*We would like to point out that this rather vulgar outburst is the work of one rogue chocolate bar (who had an extremely frustrating day), and is not endorsed in any way by The Chocolate Library.