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The best reactions to 'boggin' munchie box video

If you're a fan of a traditional munchie box, you may want to look away now...

Published: November 8, 2019
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Yesterday, LADbible shared a video of a questionable combination of fried food asking Twitter users to tag what friend they'd share it with, and didn't quite get the reaction they were hoping for.

What can only be described as a strange munchie box, the combo consisted of chips, cocktail sausages, beans and cheese.

Most people were confused, some were downright angry and many replied with funny remarks. But most agreed that the addition of beans was not ok.

@MarinoGiorgetti said: "On behalf of all Scottish Italians I would like to state that this is NOT a chippy."

@RJB__29 commented: "This is how Brexit happened." With @ajball01 adding: "This is why we want independence."

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Alex wrote: "That is without doubt the single worst attempt at a munchy box I have ever seen. I genuinely feel sorry to the person who paid for it and looked forward to it. In the bin."

@Jackclarky12 replied: "I just cried at the thought of someone having to eat that."

@divisbhoy wasn't a fan of the beans: "HaHa. I thought I'd a wee snack sorted there, but then along came Satan's pulses. Bokey McBokeface."

@declancoyle added: "That’s one of the worst things av seen in ma life."

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@gordong1992 said: "Leave munchy boxes and drinking to the Scottish"

Early this year the munchie box appeal went global when a Scottish chef living in Australia created one of the world's unhealthiest takeaways - to offer Australians what he describes as a 'taste of Scotland'.

The ‘Govanhill Munchie Box Part Two’ contains deep fried pizza crunch, veggie pakora, chips and curry sauce, chicken tikka, two chip shop style sausages, two seekh kebabs, eight hot wings, cheddar coleslaw, and comes with homemade pink sauce and brown sauce.

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Known for cake making, experimental jam recipes, Champagne and gin drinking (and the inability to cook Gnocchi), Rosalind writes for The Scotsman on all things food and drink related as well as hosting Scran, The Scotsman's food and drink podcast.

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