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Tesco has been mocked after sharing its rather bizarre attempt at getting in on the football fever that's currently running rife through England.
With England set to play Denmark for a place in the Euro 2020 final, it's fair to say footie fans are feeling pretty excited about the fact that it could be coming home.
However, Tesco's recent attempt to join in hasn't gone well for them, with social media users branding it 'terrible' and 'painful'.
Tweeting from the official account, Tesco posted:
For anyone who ever wondered about the origin of our name...#ItsComingHome pic.twitter.com/CWxuVurPgC
- Tesco (@Tesco) July 6, 2021
Yeah, it's not great, is it?
Replying to the tweet one person wrote: "This is SO bad. Seriously bad. Not even close to being meh."
Someone else joked: "This is what happens when you leave the 'Tesco Value' department in charge of your SM accounts."
A third person tweeted: "This rename has given me 30 years of hurt all at once."
Another posted: "That's terrible and makes it look like you can't spell. Sorry."
Even rival supermarkets joined in to take the p***, with Sainsbury's posting:
And Iceland chipping in with its, far superior, attempt:
For anyone who ever wondered about the origin of our name...#ItsComingHome pic.twitter.com/K7eF21vAUG
- Iceland Foods :snowflake: (@IcelandFoods) July 7, 2021
Ah well, at least Tesco tried, eh?
Elsewhere, McDonald's has decided to join in with the Euro excitement by offering 30 percent off its entire menu all day today (7 July). And not a rubbish pun in sight.
Maccies fans will be able to get a cheeseburger for 69p and a Big Mac for £2.30 compared to its normal price of £3.29.
However this offer is only available via the McDonald's app, so those ordering at the counter or on Just Eat or Uber Eats won't be able to get this deal.
:flag_black: SEMI-FINAL = 30% OFF EVERYTHING! :flag_black:
Only on the My McDonald's app, just tap 'Add to bag' pic.twitter.com/rFCiAkRfpb
- McDonald's UK (@McDonaldsUK) July 7, 2021
If you are eating in a McDonald's restaurant, customers can use the app to have their food taken to them whether dining inside or out.
For those wanting to use drive thru you can use the Click & Serve service on the app and get your food delivered to your car.
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