Wednesday, September 15, 2004

Things that make you go mmmmmmm - Butterscotch Angel Delight

Butterscotch Angel Delight mmmmmm ....

This Blog is far too downbeat in places. So, I have decided to make a conscious effort to also celebrate those things that make life worth living and near to the top of any sane person's list would be Butterscotch flavour Angel Delight.

Any food product tasty enough to delight angels must be good and this stuff never disappoints. I think it was Marx or Lenin who said that religion was the opium of the people. They are out of date; Sky Sports, alcopops, cheap sausages and Butterscotch Flavoured Angel Delight are the true opiates of today's British Working Class.

Angel Delight was the breakthrough dessert that once and for all proved that we could produce and eat synthetic crap equal to anything available in America. It has got even better with the years. Tesco's own brand 'Delight' (illustrated above) is now available in two varieties - 'Regular' and 'Extra Aspartame'; as well as being cheaper, the Extra Aspartme version truly is Space Food and is entirely composed of ingredients that can be synthesised on Saturn. I can't get enough of it and would eat even more if it didn't give me such a bad gut ache and make me poo like a creamy whip ice cream vending machine.

On the subject of gut aches and ice cream vending machines, the only dessert that currently comes close to Angel Delight is the McFlurry. Forget ecstasy or speed, after chomping down one of those babies I'm buzzing with hypoglycemia for hours. If they are so potent for a 39 year old, 14 stone adult the effect on small chidren much be awesome. I must get out my camcorder and feed one to some friends' toddlers one of these days ...

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