It probably won't surprise anyone who's been paying attention over the last few years, but "shrinkflation" is a thing now, and despite the confusing name it means things you like getting smaller while prices do not.
In fact, sometimes the prices even go up.
The latest victim of shrinkflation is the perennial Easter favourite snack Mini Eggs.
According to Metro, the packet size will be shrinking by 7 per cent to 11 per cent, while the price will only go down by an average of 2.5 per cent.
Honestly, in these semi-apocalyptic times, we're almost grateful the price is going down at all.
We half expected them to cost £5 per egg post-Brexit (although to be fair, they still could).