Slightly truffled and wrapped in salty bacon, the meaty creation is ideal for a lovers' breakfast in bed.
Marks and Spencer announced their brand new product on social media today, and it wasn't long before it had a. mixed reception.
Marks and Spencer is bringing out sausages in the shape of hearts ahead of February 14th.
The Love Sausage is a heart-shaped pork sausage wrapped in streaky bacon.
In a promotional shot, which has already been liked over 500 times on Twitter, the heart-shaped sausage is surrounded by tea lights and pretty pink petals to add to the romantic mood.
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But, if you fancied showing your affection in the evening, we'd opt to fill the Love Sausage with some yummy creamy mashed potato to create the ultimate V-day Love Bangers and Mash.
"We're encouraging customers to start the fun of Valentine's Day celebrations early with a Love Sausage for breakfast", says an M&S spokesperson.
"Gotta say I really don't want that thing anywhere near me", one person wrote. All the standard Valentine's Day gifts'. Who said romance was dead?
M&S may have pulled off of the most weird social media stunt of the season with its cheeky post asking "Are you ready for our Love Sausage?"
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