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Piers Morgan Smells Of Cooked Meat And Ketchup

by | 15th, June 2009

pires morgan burger king Piers Morgan Smells Of Cooked Meat And KetchupPIERS Morgan has yet to release his eponymous scnet, and many have wondered why. Will sulphur and humbug catch on?

Now, thanks to Burger King, we know Piers smalls of top notes of onions and pickles over base notes of warmed bun, cooked meat and moist lettuce.

Yours for £4.99, or free if you hang about the deep-fat fryer long enough…

Other scents:

MacPhew!

Base notes of the clown’s own special sauce and two all beef patties, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions on a sesame seed bun mean MacPhew! can be sprayed both on the body, and on the plastic seating and table tops before dining…

Nugget

With ingredients known only to a few living souls outside the Bay Area Laboratory Co-operative, Nugget coats the body in a crust of allure that says “Finger Lickin’ Good”. Works on legs, breasts and that bit no-one quite manages to indentify and tastes a bit gamey…

Bloated

Subway’s signature odour comes in a handy 3meter high dispenser, so you never need to smell of anything else ever again. One whiff of Bloated and students, the unemployed, stoners and office workers leaving their pods for a few moments of sunlight will hunt you down…

Pret à l’odeur

Pret’s scent utilises the essence of spring water to leave you refreshed and ready to face the day ahead. Spray PAO throughout the day on body, face and hair and you’ll smell as natural as the day you were born…

Stuffed

The “smell of melted cheese from your youth” needs to be warmed before application. Popular with Wags and Page 3 stunnas, Stuffed, will leave your skin with that radiated, sun-kissed yellowy orange glow…

Samples of all perfumes can be gleaned from the seats on the No.73 bus to Stoke Newington…

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