Video: "Cadbury Creme egg is a terrible candy that tastes like mermaid placenta covered in candle wax. Every year these eggs show up in January. But... why?" demands Jon Oliver in his very own YouTube conspiracy video. "The reason is simple if you just follow the money." And over the course of the next few minutes, Oliver uses the kind of logic you'd see in any good YouTube conspiracy film to link Creme Eggs with Freemasons, Bono and the Illuminati. Obviously.
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