Twitter users have come out in force to parody a comical front page headline in today’s Daily Mail, which decries the inability of the British population to craft a humble sandwich.
The lunchtime favourite hit the headlines following news that a UK producer of pre-packaged varieties of the delicacy was being forced to recruit hundreds of workers from Eastern Europe to keep production lines rolling, feeding the papers immigration slant.
Patriotic tweeters were swift to offer their services to a nation imperilled by cooking up their own twists in the tried and tested two slice formula; incorporating fillings ranging from a mug of coffee and stack of DVDs to a slightly confused pet dog.
Nope, Daily Mail, there is not. pic.twitter.com/dfmTthZDVB
— Kenny Stewart (@Kenny__Stewart) November 9, 2014
The novel gerbil filler may be a tad raw and frisky for some palates.
Just back from the Daily Mail canteen. I can't see what they're complaining about. pic.twitter.com/O8kLK244OV — Michael Moran (@TheMichaelMoran) November 10, 2014
Some sandwich suggestion were, frankly, bananas:
— BuzzFeed UK (@BuzzFeedUK) November 10, 2014
Karla George gets top marks for effort with this egg sandwich, going the extra mile to procure free range produce.
The Daily Mail speaks truth we're too afraid to face! I tried making an egg sandwich #BlameSociety#DailyMailSandwichpic.twitter.com/GNxDmAAxi7 — Karla (@KarlaGeorge) November 10, 2014