by Thom Curtis for £10.00
5th June 2006
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In the morning, flip it over, and smother the last side in the rest of the chocolate - again, give it several hours to set.
Then comes the eating! Amazingly, it not only looked like a real Crunchie, but tasted like one too. The only problem, was getting into it to find out - best bring a chainsaw along to eat it.
And that's how you get a pretty mofo big chocolate bar - fifty times the size and a hundred times the weight of a standard Crunchie. Weighing in at four kilos and roughly twenty thousand calories. Cor!