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When you’re checking out your milk and eggs at the self checkout at Tesco, don’t you wish you had a backing track?
Well, now you do, thanks to a producer who has far too much time on their hands.
Ben Suff Donk’s track, titled ‘Self-checkout Riddim’ uses samples of the chain’s checkout phrases, such as "unexpected item in bagging area" and "please take your change" over the top of a beat.
The producer posted his creation on Twitter.
why am i making a tune with tesco checkout noises— BEN SUFF DONK (@BEN SUFF DONK) 1523651541
I made this song out of Tesco noises https://t.co/u5q33AjXL9— BEN SUFF DONK (@BEN SUFF DONK) 1523652993
And it's actually really catchy.
this beat is the actual speed i go through the checkout https://t.co/CVQe16RkCW— Will (@Will) 1523789433
A 'banger', the people of the internet said.
Absolute. BANGER. https://t.co/bfiUWrxKpJ— Dom 🌻 (@Dom 🌻) 1523799217
'We want more', they said.
Can’t stop listening to it https://t.co/NnX8rQuSQg— Charlie Phillips (@Charlie Phillips) 1523794562
People are here for it.
Others created memes.
@bensuffdonk @stavroula_o https://t.co/MzGAN6QSFN— Odeal 👨🏾🍼 (@Odeal 👨🏾🍼) 1523807996
And people are demanding a full version.
@Taylor_7636 @bensuffdonk @BateRigason I need a full version tbh— ً️ (@ً️) 1523811541
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