Cadburys Flake Egg
Published: 4th April 2010 | Source: Massey Furguson | Price: £1,000,000 |
Feast Your Peepers on This Fine Bird
Arrr me lads it was a blessing not having to stand up to my knees in chicken feed for a change and I got the chance to take the camera into the bedroom for once.
The box is a cheery colour and I like it. It's not covered in feathers and that sure is a bonus. On the back we have a little word search. Took me, Doubting Thomas and Old Jim three days but we finally cracked it. Cracked. Eggs. Ah your old farming pal is in fine fettle today and no mistake.
Each side of the box is rectangular and has writing on it. Very la-de-da.
Opening it up and beating Normas hands away so it lasted long enough for testing we find, unsurprisingly, an egg and some flakes. Sure enough the advertising on the box is accurate.
I spent ages down on bended knee trying to convince Norma to do the old "only the crumbliest" bit in the bath, but the best I got was her spitting out her false teeth and eating one them whole. Don't say I didn't try lads.
Stripping it out the wrapper we see the thing we all love, our dear old feathered friend the chicken. And for once not a fried feathered friend, which'll be good news to all of those who have to read these articles out to the less genetically modified of our friends in the farming community.
So I can hear you all putting down your pipe and copy of the chicken fanciers weekly and asking how we tested this.