Now we know ...

... what happened to Shergar!

The point everyone is missing (which is not the fact people may have inadvertantly eaten horse meat) is wtf else is in our food!

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Flash Gordon's picture

Neigh lad...

Flash Gordon | | Permalink

There's nowt wrong with eating horsemeat - but I always thought the saying was 'you should never look a gift horse in the mouth' not 'you should never put a gift horse in your mouth'

 

 

Agree your serious point

EW110 | | Permalink

Only one burger tested was apparently 100% beef (M&S), we really have no idea what is in all this processed food.

On a lighter note -

I've found it tough lately working on the Tesco meat counter.... I feel like I'm flogging a dead horse.

Went to the fridge to check my burgers aaaaannndddd they're off!!

New Tesco burgers: Low in fat, high in Shergar

 

Sorry will get back to work now

Old Greying Accountant's picture

Just heard ...

Old Greying Acc... | | Permalink

... woman in hospital after eating Tesco burger, her condition is ...

... stable! 

davidwinch's picture

Please . . .

davidwinch | | Permalink

. . . Rein in the horse jokes!

johnjenkins's picture

I've always

johnjenkins | | Permalink

found it a bit of a hurdle to decide which burgers to choose, certainly not the flat. I much prefer a saddle by a length.

Constantly Confused's picture

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Constantly Confused | | Permalink

'Unexpected item in bagging area'

Yes, a $%^& horse!

 

Tesco, making buying your daughter a pony more affordable.

 

I used to be a flagulistic necrophiliac with beastialic tendencies.  Turns out I was flogging a dead horse.

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