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Post by Eorl @ 12:49pm 11/12/13 | 6 Comments
In what could only be described as nausea-inducing and out-of-this-world, UK retailer GAME has taken it upon themselves to help out gamers in need of keeping dinner time short over the Christmas holidays: Christmas Tinner (via DailyMail).

Made up of nine - yes, nine - layers of food ranging from scrambled eggs and bacon to Christmas pudding, the dinner-in-a-can was created by designer Chris Godfrey and costs just £1.99, definitely affordable for those who don't really care what they eat. The idea came about after the gaming retailer found that almost half (43-percent) of gamers in the UK intend to spend the majority of the holidays on their consoles.

The full nine layers, from top to bottom, include scrambled egg and bacon, two mince pies, turkey and potatoes, gravy, bread sauce, cranberry sauce, Brussels sprouts with stuffing - or broccoli with stuffing - roast carrots and parsnips and Christmas pudding.

According to the DailyMail, gamers wanting a hotter alternative will find Firebox is selling the Christmas Dinner HotCan that contains a turkey casserole with vegetables, chipolatas, stuffing balls and cranberry jelly. Ingenious and quite possibly an even more nausea-inducing alternative.


Latest Comments
Posted 01:10pm 11/12/13
Ehh, I'd have a crack at it. Might be interesting *shrug*
Posted 02:02pm 11/12/13
i avoid canned food normally.. usually it's only ever baked beans & tuna that i buy in cans.
the thought of ploughing through some tinned brussel spouts & baked carrot & parsnips.. into some christmas pudding... blech!
Posted 08:26pm 11/12/13
Posted 08:57pm 11/12/13
Smart advertising.
Posted 08:59pm 11/12/13
and adult diapers to shit yourself like a human-esque animal.

seriously though this is pretty clever.
Posted 11:19pm 11/12/13
Tuna is cat food.
Actual cat food.
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