Co-Workers Discover Enormous Nik Nak In Packet Bought From Vending Machine
Right, stop whatever you're doing and marvel at the sheer scale of this Nik Nak.
Have you ever seen such a thing? It's an affront to God himself.
This Nice 'n' Spicy monstrosity was discovered colleagues Rachel Cornforth and Sean Clark whilst they were enjoying their lunch together at work.
The packet from which this stupendous snack tumbled forth came from the vending machine in the recreation area at Learning Curve Group, an education and training company in County Durham, where the pair both work.
Upon seeing it drop down from the machine, there appeared to be nothing unusual about the packet - except for the fact that it ripped slightly when it was opened.
Rachel told LADbible: "The recreational area at our head office has vending machines - I looked over at it as I was about to tuck in to my lunch and thought, 'today is a Nik Naks day'."
We all have those.
"I almost didn't get them because the number on the vending machine had fell off so I had to work it out based on its neighbours.
"As I was inspecting the terrible quality of the packet, it caught my eye. I was gob-smacked.
"Sean looked at me like 'what on earth is wrong, Hun?' and I slowly pulled the Nik Nak from the pack.
"We looked at each other in silence before bursting into rapturous laughter - amazed by what had just unfolded before our eyes."
What an absolute beast that it.
Sean confirmed: "I was casually eating my potted noodle product (just add boiling water) and I heard Rachel from across the table say 'Sean...'.
"I looked over and she had an expression that could only be described as gob-smacked.
"I said 'what's up with you?', then she slowly pulled the monstrous Nik Nak from the packet. Time seemed to stand still for a moment before we both erupted into fits of laughter brought on pure amazement that such a crisp could exist.
"We proceeded to parade the crisp around work to share it in all its glory. People were shocked and appalled."
Yep. That seems like a fairly appropriate response.
But, how can this even happen and what on earth would such a crisp taste like?
Well, not great, it turns out. In fact, Rachel didn't even eat it in the end.
She continued: "I did lick my fingers after handling it and I must admit the flavour wasn't what you would expect from a Nik Nak. It was lacking.
"I feel like it belongs in some kind of crisp museum."
For now, it resides in Rachel's locker, preserved for the ages. However, the pair are open to any and all offers from crisp museums out there.
A spokesperson for KP Snacks told LADbible: "Wow, we know that Nik Naks are growing in popularity but we never realised they'd be this big!"
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