Confused Brits have been left baffled by a snap of a series of products outside a country shop showing shortbread, fudge and… poo.
We’re not sure how to feel about that, to be honest.
Posting on Reddit, in the CasualUK forum, a poster captioned the photo: “All your essential country items.”
In the photo, coats and some £35 sheepskin rugs are hung above three white metal bins.
On the bins are labels for the items inside and the price.
Two of the displays feature clotted cream shortbread and clotted cream fudge for £3 per pack.
But, the third bin simply states “POO £2.50”.
More than 1.300 Brits liked the snap and commented to discuss what could possibly be in the boxes displayed.
One person said: “Are the sheepskin and poo from the same source?”
To which a jokester replied: “No, one comes from the outside of the sheep.”
Another added: “I have so many questions..”
“I only have one. It involves the boxed poo,” clarified a second.
‘It could be Ewe's Poos,” argued another. “Basically just chocolate covered raisins.”
On the same thought process a commenter wrote: “Is the poo one of those chocolate cow pats?”
And a shopper revealed: “If it's about the poo, it's just chocolate drops.
“I brought some rabbit poo from the Edinburgh woollen shop many years ago.”
A non Brit commented: “You Brits really need to work on your food naming conventions.”
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And, a commenter wrote: “Is that clotted poo or just normal plain?”
“It’s brilliant marketing,” laughed another. “Who could resist asking about the poo?”
Others noted that the shop was in Widecombe, which the original photo taker confirmed.
So if you want to snap up some chocolate poo… you know where to go.
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