Saturday, May 28, 2022

‘I’ll never understand you guys’

GRIMSBY TOWN is flogging a £5 fish finger and mushy peas ‘hot dog’… and it’s got some football fans confused.

The gut-busting menu item is one of the latest matchday meals to be shared on the hugely popular Twitter site Footy Scran.

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Some footy fans have been left puzzled by Grimsby Town’s fish finger and mushy peas hotdog

And while the grub got the thumbs up from many fans, it had some followers scratching their heads about the mushy peas.

The tweet read: “Fish fingers and mushy peas hot dog at Grimsby Town (@officialgtfc served by @SlipwayG) £5 (with chips).”

Scotland-based Spaniard Joel asked: “Excuse me, whats exactly that greenish-pea thing made of? Just curious! (Im not American). Greetings from a piece of Scotland in Catalonia (Borgonya). Love u guys!”

He was told: “Those are mushy peas. Basically, just cook peas until they get mushy and let them cool. They bring some sweetness, and obviously a pea flavour.”

A Canadian mused: “I’ll never understand why you guys put mushy peas on everything. Do they taste different than normal peas?”

He was told: “Yeah they do normally if they are from a chip shop.”

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Another person questioned the bread choice and said: “Not sure why this needs to go into a hotdog roll. A cob is ideal for a couple of fish fingers next to each other. Love the added peas though.”

The Conference side – nicknamed The Mariners – should know a fin or two about fish-based tucker.

That’s because the team is sponsored by seafood giant Young’s.

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