On Wednesday Ed Miliband had an awkward encounter with a bacon sandwich. Jeremy Selwyn We've all done it. Thanks to the internet and @GeneralBoles there was only way this was going to go, especially when Ed met Harry and Sally. General Boles And was soon joined at the table by some business associates. General Boles No soup for you, Ed. General Boles Some people raised valid questions about Miliband's decision to plump for bacon. Electric Leylandii @abstex Feel a bit sorry for Ed Miliband re the bacon sandwich. Why didn't he just opt for a bowl of Alpen? 06:20 PM - 21 May 2014 Reply Retweet Favorite Electric Leylandii @abstexFollowFeel a bit sorry for Ed Miliband re the bacon sandwich. Why didn't he just opt for a bowl of Alpen?7:20 PM - 21 May 14ReplyRetweetFavorite But Ed just wanted to get The Taste. General Boles And have the chance to hang out with Samantha. General Boles While eating a Royale with cheese. General Boles Of course, Miliband wished he was hanging out with the real greats. Peter Thompson @TheRedRag Labour leader Ed Miliband: "Stop complaining Charlie, we'll all be eating boots if I ever get elected." #EdEats 08:53 PM - 21 May 2014 Reply Retweet Favorite Peter Thompson@TheRedRagFollowLabour leader Ed Miliband: "Stop complaining Charlie, we'll all be eating boots if I ever get elected." #EdEats9:53 PM - 21 May 14ReplyRetweetFavorite And he tried to fit in a little something on the side. beaubodor @beaubodor Ed Miliband in Monty Python's 'The Meaning of PR'. 10:15 AM - 22 May 2014 Reply Retweet Favorite beaubodor@beaubodorFollowEd Miliband in Monty Python's 'The Meaning of PR'.11:15 AM - 22 May 14ReplyRetweetFavorite But alas, all good things must come to an end. General Boles So Ed has enjoyed his last bacon supper. Until next time.