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The chocolate kebab

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It's a rather tired, yet still accurate cliché, that after a particularly heavy night out, heading to your local kebab shop is an unavoidable diversion on the way home.

But while there's something intoxicating about the smell of greasy meat parts mashed up together while drunk, sobriety brings only remorse and self-pity.

Here's a key question that will haunt you for days: would you feel better in the morning if you'd feasted on a chocolate kebab instead?

Once that initial idea has properly sunk in, let us fully explain what this actually means. A ChocoKebab is a fresh crepe with doner like shavings of chocolate, topped with whipped cream and chocolate sauce. Yeah, we're suddenly finding it hard to concntrate too.

If you fancy trying one you'll have to either live in Italy or go to Italy. C0nsider our tickets booked.

You can watch, and salivate, at the ChocoKebab below:

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