You may be familiar with grapes, the fruit which is enjoyed as a snack by some but more usefully turned into wine by others. You may think you know what grapes look like.
WELL JUST TAKE A LOOK AT THESE BAD BOYS.
Marketing graduate Milan Tinant bought them this week from a branch of Sainsbury's in Salford. He tweeted the image and quite reasonably asked: "WHAT ARE THOSE?"
Tinant said he didn't even notice when he bought them, only discovering the demon fruit when he got to his desk at work. He was offered a £5 refund.
BuzzFeed News asked Sainsbury's how these grapes came into existence and spokeswoman Cheryl Kuczynski told us:
"The shape of grapes is dictated by the variety; these are called Sweet Sapphire, they are grown in Brazil, South Africa and USA among some other places. They have a good sweet flavour and are easily recognisable – due to their shape!"
So now we know.
Of course, don't be stupid, they're still grapesNo, I would not eat those grapesNo, I would not eat those grapes, I would call the policeI wouldn't eat any grapesI exercise my democratic right to not have an opinion on this matter, good day to YOU sir
vote votesOf course, don't be stupid, they're still grapes
vote votesNo, I would not eat those grapes
vote votesNo, I would not eat those grapes, I would call the police
vote votesI wouldn't eat any grapes
vote votesI exercise my democratic right to not have an opinion on this matter, good day to YOU sir
Patrick Smith is a senior reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.
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