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By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

Posted July 24, 2014
Highly addictive: A proper Cornish pasty yesterday. (Check bottom for credit)

Forget the horse. Colin Leggo's latest shockumentally uncovers the living hell that is pasty addiction.

If you don't know who Gus Honeybun is, you're f--ked.

If you don't know what a pasty is, you're f--ked.

And if you don't know what hardcore pasty addiction looks like, you're really f--ked.

Welcome to Cornwall.

Welcome to Pastyspotting, the latest kitchen-sink exposé of grime, crime and something else that'll rhyme all served up in a crimped pastry casing from the cutting-edge camera of the no-holds-barred Cornish auteur that is Colin Leggo.

Choose life.

Choose a shop.

Choose Trago Mills.

And if you still don't know who Gus Honeybun is, you'd better watch this.

And yeah, he read out my birthday.

Three bunny hops, I'll have you know.

I was well chuffed.

Best 17th anyone could have wished for.

Get on!

Chief hack's note: Major apologies to Colin for not running this a few weeks ago but my brother Pugnacious Rake has just been let out of Parkhurst after a 12-stretch for malicious wounding and 'other things' so we've been a bit tied up of late. Literally. At knifepoint in fact. Anyway, all here at the Rake & Herald are very glad to hear you're out of hospital and wish you all the best for a full recovery. And for those of you who don't know what I'm talking about, get your eyeballs round this. Health, wealth and happiness, sir!

While the second of the above three vids was taken from Colm O'Rourke's YouTube channel, the other two are embedded here on the Rake & Herald from Colin's bloody excellent channel on the same website, which you are strongly urged to check out this very minute by clicking this link here.

What's more, if you're anywhere near Falmouth this coming August 17, make sure you go and see Colin doing stand-up alongside fellow Cornish comics Kernow King and Anna Keirle at the Cornish Comedy Night. Wanna know more? Well, have a butcher's at this then.

See also Welcome to Legland, posted 17/6/14.

Sandi Toxic
was raised by wolves inside a disused clay pit near Lanjeth. You can befriend her on FaceBook here. She is still quite feral.

Picture credit

Top and thumb: A proper Cornish pasty by David Johnson.

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