You've heard of coronation chicken and coronation quiche, well, now there's coronation Charlie.
Drug dealing - it's dangerous, illegal, yet it's still technically a business - and like all businesses, clever marketing is normally the key to getting more customers.
Three dealers have certainly leapt at the opportunity King Charles III's coronation has presented them with, adding a bit of 'chazzle dazzle' to their menus and price lists to entice customers to buy from them over the coronation bank holiday weekend.
There's nothing more British than sitting outside forcing everyone to join in on a street party while it's pissing with rain, the only saving grace munching on some soggy Victoria sponge and the pubs being open later than usual... Oh, and apparently, now '10/10 coronation coke'.
A Twitter user shared a text they received from a dealer offering - supposedly - premium quality drugs for reduced prices as part of their 'coronation deals'.
"About time. CHARLES becomes KING," the text reads.
And you don't have to worry about bank holiday closing hours like your local supermarket has, as this service runs 24/7.
The message concludes: "Call today, don't delay."
In the same thread, another Twitter user has shared a 'Bank Holiday Coronation Menu' so to speak.
Alas, if you were drooling over the thought of pork pies, apple crumble or scones, then think again, because that's not the sort of menu we're talking about here. However, the flyer does feature a stereotypically British background of a cup of tea, alongside a photograph of King Charles.
And what's on offer? Well, Peruvian Charlie - which you can get for £100 if 'top shelf' or £60 if 'standard'.
MDMA will see you back £40, but if you 'buy three Charlie' you can get a bag of MDMA for 'FREE!'.
A third user took to the thread to share a text they received from someone called 'Deano'.
The message is simply a meme of King Charles on the throne, with the crown next to him.
The caption reads: "How many bags do I get later. Everyone loves a bit of Charlie."
Despite the extremely problematic (and should you forget, actually illegal) nature of the products being sold - 'Do not try this at home' and all that - Twitter users couldn't help but commend the dealers for their ingenuity.
"'About time' is a nice bit of editorialising," one user said.
Another wrote: "Got to admire that strong call to action if nothing else."
However, another felt the messages could've gone up another level. A final resolved: "Disappointing lack of pun on Charlie."
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