Why did the chlorinated chicken cross the Atlantic? So that it could get its eggs sprayed with insecticide in the EU. ha ha ha.
700,000 Euro eggs contaminated with insectide have made their way to Britain. This is not a problem as I heard on R4 today. 700,000 is a drop in the ocean and anyway we shouldn’t be worried as, well, they’re in the food chain…so er no problem…despite the insecticide causing damage to people’s kidneys, liver and thyroid glands if eaten in large quantities.
Funny how chlorinated chicken is portrayed as a toxic devil’s food when chlorine is in our drinking water and in swimming pools and no food standard agency has found any danger from it and yet a poisonous insecticide is nothing to worry about.
Oh hang on…the chlorinated chicken comes from outside the EU and the toxic eggs from the EU. All becomes clear.