I would have been disappointed if Bob & Doug hadn’t appeared in this thread.
Seems pretty dubious.
- One Gecko is difficult, but two getting in there? The can would need to be open and in a single spot for a period of time, that seems dubious for a modern production line.
- Alcohol is a preservative, and the Geckos don’t look particularly decomposed. I don’t think “he immediately began having abdominal pain and started vomiting” is plausible.
Shouldn’t he be suing Geico?
“We use only the finest baby geckos, dew-picked and flown from Pakistan, cleansed in the finest quality spring water, lightly killed, and sealed in a succulent, Swiss, quintuple-smooth, treble-hops yeast envelope, and lovingly frosted with glucose.”
But if we took the bones out it wouldn’t be crunchy.
I thought abdominal pain and vomiting was a normal reaction to drinking Heineken…
Foster’s biggest market is Europe (almost nobody drinks it in Australia…) where the rights to brew it are owned by Heineken International…
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