A Guy From Derry Managed To Get Selfridges To Print 'Arsemuck' On A Jar Of Nutella
"Yeah, it's an Irish name..."
This is some top-level trolling.
Some of you may recall the personalised Nutella service in Brown Thomas in the run up to Christmas. Well, other department stores across the UK and Europe were also offering this service.
Seamas O'Reilly, a Derry man based in London, managed to get some very sneaky rude words printed on Nutella jars at Selfridges.
I can now confirm that Selfridges will put *anything* you ask for on a Nutella jar. pic.twitter.com/i5DFjtAHHr— Seamas, based on the novel Push by Sapphire (@shockproofbeats) December 9, 2015
Not gonna lie, this was even harder to get past the staff in Selfridges than 'backdirt' was. Worth it though. pic.twitter.com/cuZ3hCoPKB— Seamas, based on the novel Push by Sapphire (@shockproofbeats) January 5, 2016
Third I've gotten past those censorious prudes in Selfridges. I've found my true calling. pic.twitter.com/hF695PS2Fb— Seamas, based on the novel Push by Sapphire (@shockproofbeats) January 13, 2016
Mums: You did an English degree would you recommend it for my son?— Seamas, based on the novel Push by Sapphire (@shockproofbeats) January 13, 2016
Me: Yeah! PS here's what I've been up to recently pic.twitter.com/N9xmEi8Mma
According to Mashable, he even managed to convince Selfridges staff that 'Arsemuck' was an old Irish name. What a champ!