How much would it take for you to eat a whole chicken in a can


#1

(this is a real thing)


#2

Let’s have a look at what this idiot did… in America.


#3

Just had a proper déjà vu flashback to another thread from way back

Could I get some Nandos sauce for it?


#4

What a fantastic way to break your tinned food virginity


#5

If i’m allowed to cook it - £250.

Raw - £350.


#6

That tin suggests it’s already ‘fully cooked’.


#7

£30,000 as is or £25,000 if I can add sauces, £10,000 if I can just make it in to another dish


#8

yeah you just wash off the gunk and it’s ready to go


#9

Honestly this looks worse than 95% of the ‘bush tucker trial’ things. boke.


#10

Can’t believe Sweet Sue didn’t call it ChiCan.


#11

but it looks so nice on the label


#12

That looks appalling


#13

I read this as ‘How much would it take for you to eat a whole chicken on the can’…


#14

Get paid for doing something you love - from home!


#15

I’ll give you a fiver for it.


#16

I’m guessing that thing wasn’t ever free range :frowning:


#17

Born in a can.


#18

In the case of this man, a 50th wedding anniversary-
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/manchester/4693520.stm


#19

great review 'Mr Lailey, a former soldier, said he had not felt ill since eating the chicken. ’


#20

I’ll do it for £100 (having eaten something very similar in the past).

(with sauce, it’ll be £80).