Yum: Completely normal gamers like these two can now try Christmas dinner in a tin (Picture: Game)
Forget Christmas dinner – gamers who plan on spending the entire festive period on their new consoles can enjoy a Christmas Tinner.
The meal boasts nine layers – from a fry-up for breakfast through to turkey and veg and even mince pies for dessert – all in a tin, courtesy of retailer Game.
‘Almost half of British gamers plan to spend the majority of Christmas Day testing out new games and consoles,’ explained a spokesman for the company.
‘It’s the ultimate innovation for gamers across the nation who can’t tear themselves away from their new consoles and games on Christmas Day – the first all-in-one festive feast in a tin .’
The Christmas Tinner layer list in full:
Layer one – Scrambled egg and bacon
Layer two – Two mince pies
Layer three – Turkey and potatoes
Layer four – Gravy
Layer five – Bread sauce
Layer six – Cranberry sauce
Layer seven – Brussel sprouts with stuffing – or broccoli with stuffing
Layer eight – Roast carrots and parsnips
Layer nine – Christmas pudding
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