Christmas is a time for family to come together, to laugh, eat, drink and inevitably argue over who gets the last pig in blanket. Well, argue no more as Aldi has created the longest pig in blanket in the UK. At two metres long, there's enough sausage for your entire family to enjoy.
Two metres works out at around six foot five, which is the height of your average basketball player. How could you possibly fit a basketball player into your oven I hear you ask - you coil them up into a swirl.
This means you can cut it up like a big meat cake or unravel it to create a heart-attack inducing skipping rope. The new culinary invention may take minutes off your life, but it won't put a dent in your wallet. In fact, it'll only set you back £4.99. That's a lot of meat for your money.
What's even better, they're Red Tractor approved, so you can rest assured knowing you and your dinner guests are getting the best quality meat.
Unfortunately, you'll have to be quick to get your hands on this girthy offer. It arrives in-store on December 5 but, as it's a Specialbuy product, it'll only be around for a limited time.
Someone who will be first in line to pop the sausage into her basket is Stacey Rosewarne, who's potentially the most organised person on the planet having already finished her Christmas shopping. She's so organised that she's already spent £700 on presents for her family after starting on Boxing Day last year.
That's right, while most of us were either dangerously hungover or in the dark depths of the food coma of the year, our Stace was selflessly getting started on next year's presents.
She started bargain spotting in the Boxing Day sales and the 38-year-old support worker has got around 100 presents each for her three children.
Stacey, from Taunton, Somerset, said: "I'm obsessed with Christmas and I talk about it all the time, I love going round the shops to get my Christmas fix.
"As soon as my birthday in June is over I'm all about Christmas - if I could put my tree up now I would."
At least she's embraced the true meaning of Christmas - consumerism.
So, if you want to surprise your family this Christmas, why not give them a two metre long porker?
Featured Image Credit: Aldi
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