A Reddit user has made Brits howl in laughter after sharing a photo of the produce aisle in Lidl.
The bloke congratulated whoever created the cheeky vegetable arrangement at the supermarket after he spotted some unusual sweet potatoes.
Two of the orange root vegetables had been arranged to point at one another – and they looked an awful lot like human private parts according to jokesters on social media.
"Exactly the same shape… as a thingy," commented one.
We cannot stop laughing at this…
Posting in the Reddit forum r/CasualUk, over 9,000 people liked the post with hundreds making humorous comments.
Would you buy one of these potatoes? Or would you grab one from the back? Tell us in the comments…
He captioned the snap: “Props to whoever is putting the sweet potatoes out in Lidl.
“Very amusing display.”
We’re not sure we’ve ever seen a root vegetable look so much like genitals, but these ones sure do…
A jokester commented: “One year into the Lockdown and the veg are getting thirsty.”
“Yam turned on by this,” added a pun-fan.
Another wrote: “Isn't that a lidl inappropriate?”
"I'm jealous of a potato…" noted one person, who seemed to be sick of lockdown.
While a fourth observed: “The older I get the more I realise no one's a grown up.”
Like what you see? Then fill your boots…
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Personally, we think a little childish humour is OK every once in a while…
"This is my favourite sub on Reddit," sighed an appreciative Brit.
Previously, a Tesco shopper spotted a phallic dent in their ice cream and worried 'someone's had a fun time'.
And, a woman worried that she'd found 'penis meat' in her food.
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