Just when you thought Uno couldn’t get any better, a boozy version for adults is released.
‘Drunk Uno’ is the cool big brother of regular old Uno, and it comes with its own shot glasses to get you started.
Essentially, it’s the same as the classic card game, but you have to drink shots as a forfeit.
The new, alcohol-themed version’s rules are that if you draw 2 you take one shot, and if you draw 4 you take two shots.
Reverse means the person who gets reversed takes two shots, while skip means the person skipped takes a shot, and false Uno means you’ve got to sink three shots.
Most sets come with shot glasses, a box of Uno cards, and a rule card, with a few different vendors selling them online.
One seller described it as: “Great last minute Secret Santa gift, bachelorette party, game night with the ladies or guys, Birthday gift, Christmas Party or just a fun weekend game to play with friends!”
A few different places are selling them online, head over to Etsy to have a gander.
Morrisons is selling this huge Lay-Z Spa hot tub for just £275
Know anyone who’d love this?
While the hot weather might have temporarily disappeared another heatwave has been forecast for August so we should be seeing the return of the sun shortly.
And what better to relax in while the sun beams than a hot tub?
Well, Morrisons is currently selling a Lay-Z Spa hot tub for just £275 – and this is the absolute cheapest price you’ll find right now.
Several shoppers have clocked the special deal at their local branches, so it’s worth giving your local a ring to see if they’ve got any in – you’ll have to buy it in-store.
The eagle-eyed members of the Extreme Coupling and Bargains UK Facebook group first spotted the bargains, although availability will depend on your local store.
Morrisons is selling the Lay-Z Spa Miami, which will fit up to four people and warms all the way up to 40 degrees.
And if you want to step up your relaxation you can switch on the 120 air jets which will deliver a bubbly massage.
McDonald’s is now doing cheesy garlic bites and you can get a sharebox of them
Calling all cheese lovers
If you love cheese and garlic then we’ve got some incredible news for you reader, as McDonald’s is now doing cheesy garlic bites for your eating pleasure.
Maccies new garlic cheese bites are available as both a single portion of five (which will set you back £1.89), or a big sharebox for £5.09 – although you could just eat them all yourself like I definitely will be.
Joining these cheesy delights will be the new BBQ Quarter Pounder with Cheese (£5.09), made with 100% British and Irish beef, two slices of melted cheese, fresh onions, pickles and ketchup, mustard and BBQ sauce, and a Double BBQ Quarter Pounder with Cheese (£6.09).
For those with a sweet tooth, the Aero chocolate and Aero mint McFlurry are sadly leaving the menu but fear not, as two classic flavours are returning.
Twix and Mars are back, combining dairy ice cream swirled with either Mars or Twix chocolate pieces and a caramel sauce – available in regular (£1.49) and mini (99p).
All these new items hit menus across the country yesterday, Wednesday 28th July, and it’ll all be available for four weeks only.
Greggs is launching a vegan sausage, bean and cheese melt
Who fancies trying one of these?
Greggs has announced it’s adding yet another vegan alternative to its ever-expanding plant-based menu.
This time the popular bakery chain is veganising what in my humble opinion is the greatest pasty of all time – the sausage, bean and cheese melt.
Greggs confirmed the news on special media today, announcing that the vegan option would be hitting heated shelves next month.
The company wrote on Twitter: “The Vegan Sausage, Bean, and CheeZe Melt is coming. WARNING, it’s a bit of a mouthful.”
The accompanying video read: “First we gave you the vegan sausage roll. Then the vegan steak bake. And now, another legend has been veganed”.
Greggs say the new vegan alternative is fulfilling and tasty, with the same ‘sausagey’ and ‘beany’ flavours as the OG, meat-filled option.
It’s made using plant-based ingredients instead of meat, and cheeze – a dairy substitute which is flavoured like cheddar and mozzarella.
Hannah Squirrell, Greggs’ customer director, said: “The latest addition to our menu gives customers another vegan friendly alternative to one of our most iconic menu items.
“As we expand our vegan options with the launch of our new Vegan Sausage, Bean and CheeZe Melt, we mark another milestone as we continue with our journey to become our customers’ favourite destination for food-on-the-go.”
The new offering is hitting stores on August 5th and will set you back £1.60.