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King's Lynn Facebook Marketplace seller flogging 'freaky rare oversized' Mini Cheddar for £30 and calls it 'eighth wonder of the world'



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A Lynn Facebook Marketplace seller is flogging a singular 'freaky rare oversized' Mini Cheddar for £30.

The seller Harper McKernan, who posted to the site this week, said: "King Kong who? This is the true eighth wonder of the world. Look at this thing. How did it become so big? Packaged into airtight tupperware container that will also come with it! Will you resist the temptation or eat it in one? Will post for free."

The picture shows a regular sized Mini Cheddar next to the 'rare oversized' one, which is also paler in colour.

The 'freaky rare oversized' mini cheddar is being flogged online (56743816)
The 'freaky rare oversized' mini cheddar is being flogged online (56743816)
The 'freaky rare oversized' mini cheddar is being flogged online (56743813)
The 'freaky rare oversized' mini cheddar is being flogged online (56743813)
The 'freaky rare oversized' mini cheddar is being flogged online (56743819)
The 'freaky rare oversized' mini cheddar is being flogged online (56743819)

24 people are following the seller's post currently but the British fave appears not to have been sold.

Harper told the Lynn News: "The reason I did the post it was because it was so unusual and I thought 'someone will want this'.

"I'd just had a tooth out and dentist bills are so high I was struggling as had also been off work due to covid for 10 days with no income as I'm self employed.

"I thought maybe it would be worth it, I didn't think I'd make £30 off of it but was hopeful. I also thought it would be fun for people to read and have a chuckle over, there's too many sad stories on Facebook now and it makes a nice change seeing things like this pop up now and then.

"I have also had 38 people enquire. One offering 50p and a hug, which I declined."

The seller has taken pictures from several angles, so potential buyers can get an idea of it's size in comparison to a standard Mini Cheddar.

A journalist called Kate Chapman posted the link to Twitter, saying it was the 'strangest thing she'd seen listed on Marketplace'.



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