Drunk girl begs Quorn for dino-shaped nuggets to ‘cure her depression’
Vegetarian reveals she ‘drunk emailed’ Quorn demanding a meat-free alternative to dinosaur-shaped chicken nuggets in hilarious tweet (and the firm promised to consider it)
- Chey, from Ireland, wrote to Quorn’s customer service team with a request
- She asked the company to introduce dinosaur-shaped nuggets to its range
- Months later, they wrote back to say they loved the idea and would look into it
- Twitter users have gone wild for the idea, and have hailed Chey a ‘genius’
Vegetarians are in a frenzy after Quorn revealed it’s considering introducing dinosaur-shaped nuggets into its range of products – after one customer complained about missing out on the tea time classic.
Twitter user Chey, from Ireland, admitted on Twitter she’d ‘drunk emailed’ the company’s customer services team explaining she felt she was ‘missing out’ on the playfully shaped nuggets enjoyed by non-vegetarians.
Much to her surprise, Quorn responded to the request months later to say the team ‘really liked’ her idea and would be looking into it.
Delighted Chey shared the email chain on Twitter and received dozens of responses from vegetarians who hailed her a ‘genius’ – and shared their hope for the product.
Vegetarians were sent into a frenzy after Quorn revealed it is considering introducing dinosaur-shaped nuggets into its range of products. Pictured, dinosaur chicken nuggets
Twitter user Chey, from Ireland, emailed the company’s customer services team explaining she felt she was ‘missing out’ on the playfully shaped nuggets enjoyed by non-vegetarians
Delighted Chey shared the email chain on Twitter and received dozens of responses from vegetarians equally desperate for the fast food treat
Chey took to Twitter to share her hilarious interaction and promptly went viral, racking up more than 27,000 likes.
Explaining that she was intoxicated at the time, Chey wrote in her message to Quorn: ‘I am missing out on eating nuggets shaped like my favourite creatures, but I am a vegetarian, so I can’t eat the real dino nuggets.
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‘Everyone would like them, for example: Kids & adults. I can confidently say adults would like them, because I am an adult, and I may be having a mid-life crisis but damn dudes, I just really want some dino nuggets to cure my depression.’
Fellow vegetarians have loved the idea, with many declaring Chey to be a ‘genius’, while others called the idea ‘amazing’.
Explaining that she was intoxicated at the time, Chey joked in her message to Quorn that dinosaur-shaped nuggets would help her overcome her ‘mid-life crisis’
Much to her surprise, Quorn responded to the request months later to say the team ‘really liked’ her idea and would be looking into it, pictured
Cia Breeves wrote: ‘Yo if they actually make dinosaur nuggets I owe you my life.’
Kate Meredith said: ‘I think I’m in love with you for making quorn Dino nugs happen. I knew never I needed them til now and I think that’s what is going to fill the gaping hole in my heart.’
Another Twitter user added: ‘Amazing!! I, as an adult, would also eat quorn dino nuggets [heart eyes emoji].’
And it seems they’re not alone – Quorn’s customer support team wrote back to say they loved the idea.
Twitter users loved the idea, calling Chey a ‘genius’ and telling her to run for prime minister
They wrote: ‘Please excuse our dinosaurs for the late reply as they are getting old and rusty. However, they really liked your idea and have convinced us to look into it!!!
‘In the mean time, as a thank you, we’ve arranged for some vouchers to be sent to you.’
Some meat eaters even admitted dinosaur-shaped nuggets would turn them plant-based.
Antaine Mac Aoidh said: ‘Had the exact same conversation lately, if they can make turk’y dinosaurs with all the fun and none of the meat then I can safely say I will move from flexitarianism to pure veggie.’
The company, who already produce veggie nuggets, just not in a dinosaur shape, pictured
Jessica Thornton added: ‘Tbh this is why I stopped being veggie.’
Others admitted they had the same idea in the past and that they adored Chey for emailing in.
Robyn Elliott-Murphy said: ‘Oh my gosh no way I’ve seriously been wanting to email them that!’
Conor Walsh tweeted: ‘Dying at “Everyone would like them, for example kids and adults” [crying with laughter emoji].’
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