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Christmas Dinner In A Can For Gamers Too Busy To Cook

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This is Christmas Tinner, a (presumably fake) Christmas dinner in a can from UK based video game retailer GAME (previously: this 12-course meal in a can). They have the product on their site like you can buy it, but it says they're sold out and to 'Check Back Christmas 2014'. So maybe they'll actually manufacture it next year. But probably not. You know what my favorite part of Christmas dinner is? Spending it with loved ones. Jk jk, definitely the pie.

Thanks to Dave and Josh, who agree the only whole meal in a can a person needs is SpaghettiO's.

There are Comments.
  • I wasn't supposed to put beef in the trifle!

  • TempUserName4

    This should come with a free belt with which to hang yourself once finished.

  • Broseph

    just like thanksgiving the meal should consist solely of pies as the leftovers sandwiches are always better anyway than just turkey or whatever.

  • I don't like carrots.

  • TempUserName4

    The Dwarves tell no tale; but even as Christmas pudding was the foundation of their wealth, so also was it their destruction. They delved too greedily and too deep, and disturbed that from which they fled; Roast Carrots and Parsnips.

  • Captain Matticus, LP Inc.

    If I ever get to the point where stuff like this is in my pantry, I'll just go ahead and shoot myself, because there's no reason to continue.

  • Broseph

    when my father was a boy my grandparents had a whole canned chicken more or less on display in their pantry just because it was awesome they could do that now. this may serve a similar purpose

  • The Magnificent Newtboy

    That's absolutely disgusting!! Bread sauce with turkey?!

  • Prometheus

    What the hell is bread sauce?

  • Guest

    is best food, you try yes?

  • TerryTurtle

    its a disgusting white sauce with er, bread whizzed up in it to make it thicker or summat - its gross - you're not missing anything! Read it and weep: http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/reci...

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