DESPITE the fact we seem to spend all our spare time in supermarkets, we wouldn't consider ourselves expert shoppers by any stretch.
Beyond checking the use-by date, we never look all that closely at the packaging – that is, until now.
Earlier this week, Twitter user Cecilia Dominici noticed something, erm, unusual about the product description for some plant-based sausages on the Tesco website.
At the top of the description, it read: "Plant-based mini sausages, made from pea protein and mushroom."
So far, so normal.
Not expecting shoppers to read beyond that point, the copywriter filled out the remaining space with a few lines of pure gibberish.
FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED
And our personal favourite highlights include "nobody reads these", "have I hit the wordcount yet" and a Mary Poppins reference with "supercalifragilisticexpialidocious".
They then signed off with: "I can't believe this is my job lols bye."
After spotting the apparent blunder while shopping online, Cecila joked: "Tesco copywriter, u ok hun?"
One user replied: "Haha someone set live by accident."
Another added: "I can't believe you just tried to nark the copywriter!"
A third wrote: "This is the best thing I've seen on [Twitter] since I joined."
Jumping to the brand's defence, a fan confirmed that This products always have funny surprises on the back of their products – and Tesco had put it on their website by mistake.
They added: "I can confirm this is real. It's a joke from the brand, and it's on all their packaging."
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