Christmas Tinner in a Can! Yes, “T”inner.

Developed for hardcore gamers and appealing to single men, the GAME store in Basingstoke, England has developed an entire Christmas day meal in a can.  Who needs to cook on the big day when you can just open a lid?  Say hello to Christmas Tinner.

GAME, a retailer in England, has developed an entire day’s meal into one tin can.  The tin-delight is being marketed towards video gamers, whom recent studies are stating (about half), will be spending Christmas on their console.

A NINE layer meal, all in one little tin can.  Scrambled eggs and bacon for breakfast at the top of the can.  Mince pie, turkey and potatoes underneath for lunch.  Included is gravy, cranberry sauce and your veggie – Brussels sprouts (you can opt for broccoli).  Stuffing and carrots included.  To top off the day, a tasty dessert in pudding.

Licking your chops yet?  As much as I would love canned turkey for Christmas, sadly, the Christmas Tinner is sold out!  Maybe next year, we can share a can over  a holiday meal.

I’ve checked around the internet to see if ‘Tinner was a hoax or not.  No word just yet.  If Christmas Tinner is legit, and you see a can, PLEASE alert us here at XJock.  BJ, Big Rich and I will have a Tin Off – who can eat dinner the fastest.

Check out the photo I snagged off of YouTube user GearsofDN:

Would you eat Christmas Tinner?

About Monte

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Posted on December 7, 2013, in WTF. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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