What Does A Greggs Pastry Bake And King Henry VIII Have In Common?

23 February 2018, 13:30 | Updated: 23 February 2018, 16:48

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By Naomi Berners

It sounds like the start of a bad joke, but actually, it's a hilarious similarity!

We all know what the classic line-up of delicious pastry bake looks like sitting in the hot counters waiting to be eaten.

From steak to sausage and bean, all are presented in a deliciously golden flakiness and are scored in differently decorative ways.


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And, we all know what King Henry VIII's shoes look like, right?

No?

Well, actually, they look like a Greggs cheese and onion bake. Seriously!


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Eagle-eyed Luke from Manchester couldn't help but notice a striking similarity between one of the nation's favourite pastries and the King's footwear, so promptly took to Twitter to share his revelation.

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It wasn't long before Greggs cottoned on to the discovery, and tweeted that they were "losing their heads" over it.

(That's funny, 'cos King Henry VIII was prone to beheading his wives - very witty Greggs. *Applauds*).

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But the lols didn't end there, as other social media users jumped on the Banter-wagon: 

Those who remember GCSE history will of course be aware that King Henry VIII did rather enjoy his food - and now we know exactly what it was he was partial to.

Seriously, what did we do before the joys of the internet?!

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