Morrisons Has Launched A Brand-New Breakfast Butty And It's Absolutely Massive
How many mornings do you wake up with a slight hangover and splash out on a huge breakfast butty in the hope that it will make everything all better again? Have you ever then been handed something that's got about half an egg and one rasher of bacon?
Well, those days are gone now, because Morrisons has just launched the breakfast sandwich to end all breakfast sandwiches. You'll never be left disappointed again if you stick with this mammoth morning muffin.
It's bloody huge. The whole thing weighs about three quarters of a kilogram and is more than 10cm tall. If you can't picture that in your head, just know that it is big.
So, what is on this breakfast leviathan? Take a deep breath.
Two bacon rashers, two hash browns, two sausages, baked beans, mushrooms, tomato, eggs. That's all of the major food groups covered, right there.
If that doesn't sort you right out, you need to seek medical advice.
Another advantage of this is the bap. That means that you can munch down this behemoth of a butty on the go.
That being said, it's maybe not the cleanest or most socially acceptable thing to be scranning down on the bus next to someone, or with anyone within HP sauce/egg yolk squirting distance.
Here's the best thing about the whole deal - you can get all this for a measly £5. That's right, just five English pounds will buy you a titanic fry-up butty. Praise be.
It's known as The Big Builder's Breakfast Butty and Morrisons claims that it was dreamt into existence "after café regulars reported not always having the time to sit down and enjoy their beloved Big Breakfast in the café.
"So in response, the café team has made the breakfast sandwich to go with a foil wrapping to keep it warm."
That's forward thinking there. Get these guys in charge of the Brexit negotiations, as soon as possible.
Oh, there's more good news. If you like your brekkie to be cruelty free, you can get a vegetarian one too. No animals need have been killed to relieve your hangover.
You can have a clean conscience, even if your shirt is covered in ketchup.
Coming right out of left field, there is also a Scottish version that has tattie scones instead of hash browns. Get that right intae ya.
Morrisons' café manager, Danny Clee, added: "Customers were telling us that they didn't always have the time to have breakfast in the café, so we set about creating an on-the-go version. It's the biggest butty we've ever made and not for the faint-hearted."
You're on, Morrisons. See you on Saturday morning.
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