Get over it, people.
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But don't worry! Not only were no polar bears harmed in the making of these cookies -- the coffee giant isn't even making the treats at all anymore.
Yes, it seems this controversy is simply a cold case.
After some old photos of the polar bear cookies started popping up on social media recently, people couldn't help but notice an unappetizing aspect -- the bears' red scarfs looked like bloody neck wounds.
Cue the Internet freak-out!
Polar bear cookies at starbucks look like they got their throats slit pic.twitter.com/Zg2Q6pMEJj
— Flash Dangerfield (@SlimSloth) December 9, 2015
— J $ (@highkey_john) December 9, 2015
Alas, anyone on the hunt for the morbid-looking cookies will be disappointed.
Starbucks stopped selling the sweets years ago.
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