It had to happen: the grotesque Mr Creosote from Monty Python's Meaning of Life has inspired a new 'waffer' thin mint. Styled as "perfect for when you can't eat another thing", the slim, mint-filled chocolate confection may not cause your strained stomach to detonate in a blast of half-digested dinner, but you can have a chuckle …
Decline & fall
Dodgy kerning & missing possessive apostrophe - bet none of the Pythons had a hand in this one
Surely you mean wafer, not 'waffer'?
Say 'waffer' with a fake french accent...
I don't want no wafer-thin mints!
I want 'crunchy frog'; pleeeeze!
I doubt that the remaining Pythons had much involvement...
...as they're all bright enough to know that 'Mr Creosotes' should have an apostrophe.
I for one won't be buying them.
Until they sort out that missing apostrophe.
Just get me a fuckin' bucket!
At 22p a pop, you think they could have afforded an apostrophe in their publicity material
I am of the opinion
that I shan't bother posting about the missing apostrophe.
I'm full up.
Really, overpriced novelty items on Firebox?
Who'd'a thunk it, eh?
Sweets that remind you of projectile vomiting!
@Sweets that remind you of projectile vomiting!
they're the best kind...
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