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Father's Day is just around the corner, and if you're struggling to find the perfect present for your pops, we might have just the thing.
Supermarket giant Morrisons has slashed the price of its enormous Big Daddy breakfast from £6 to £5, just in time for the big day.
Yes, nothing says 'I love you' quite like an artery-clogging plateful of fried pork and hash browns.
But seriously, it's a thing of beauty. The 19-piece colossus comes complete with three rashers of British bacon, three British pork sausages, two half slices of fried bread, baked beans, two fried eggs, a tomato, three hash browns, sliced mushrooms and two black puddings.
According to reports, the mouth-watering offer will land in all Morrisons cafes in the UK on Sunday, 16 June, so you can celebrate the big day with your big guy.
The store launched the massive meal last year and it has proven a hit with customers.
Speaking at the time, Helen Tordoff, head of cafés at Morrisons, said the company was just responding to requests from shoppers to bulk up their regular fry up.
She said: "Our standard cooked breakfast is one of our most popular meals on the menu, but customers have asked for one that's even bigger.
"The 'Big Daddy Breakfast' is an excellent choice for customers with a big appetite."
But maybe a full English isn't your thing, maybe your dad has a more refined palette. If that's the case, then Aldi's giant 28oz steak might be a better option.
The BIGGER Daddy Rump Steak will be available in store from Thursday, 13 June. Pen it in your diary quick time because this must be better than the usual socks, aftershave, trainers or lucky dip (finances dependent).
And if that wasn't enough, this juicy treat actually feeds a family of four (no joke) so you and a sibling can even get involved. Or, don't be a stingy bastard and buy a couple - Dad/Son/Daughter vs Steak style.
The only thing that worries me here is how you're going to cook the thing. It will be a task in itself considering the meat weighs in at nearly 800g.
In a statement, Aldi said that the steak represented a way of treating yourself and saving, adding: "This premium British rump steak is an example of Aldi's commitment to offering quality, locally-sourced products at amazing low prices, once again allowing customers to make substantial savings on luxury products without compromise."
Giant fry ups, giant steaks. What a time to be alive.
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