People are giving bouquets of chicken nuggets for Valentine’s Day and we want it

Giving flowers on Valentine's Day may be tradition, but it demonstrates a lack of creativity and it's old news.

Rather than watching a bunch of roses slowly decay and die, why not give something that's warm, satisfying and undeniably tasty?

Enter the chicken nugget bouquet.

Although it might sound like something from a Happy Meal fever dream, the concept is slowly growing in popularity, even gaining its own hashtag on Instagram.

Using wooden sticks to hold the nug nugs in place, creations include a more traditional bouquet, a mixture between food and flowers, and even fried chicken goodness dipped in chocolate.

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If you needed any more persuading that chicken nuggets were the right way to go on February 14, the trend has already attracted glowing reviews online.

Taking to Twitter, @KalaTweets_ wrote: "If someone bought me a chicken nugget bouquet, we are getting married on the spot. I love my nuggets."

@Wxxvtaylortv said: "Y'all, I hate Valentine's Day but I would never pass up a chicken nugget bouquet."

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@FulIrishBekfast tweeted: "I don’t care if I’m single, I better get a chicken nugget bouquet for Valentine’s Day this year."

@AndersonMIX97 simply added: "Flowers are great, but you can’t eat roses."

And if celebrating the most romantic day of the year, why not get a sausage involved too?

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Asda is offering up a sizzling heart-shaped sausage , with the supermarket giant boasting the Cumberland pork treat is ideal for a 'cosy night in'.

The pack of four bangers will cost you £3.70, and each has been bent into a love heart shape so that you can say 'I love you' alongside your gravy and mash.

That's our kind of Valentine's.

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