Health officials were warning today, that new legal high, SNOT, is dangerous and should not be swallowed.
Dr. Snivel, from the General Medical council said; "SNOT should not be sniffed at. The nose swells, the throat becomes dry and constant sneezing leads to a bad headache".
Police Inspector Hanky said; "We have been informed that SNOT is easy to conceal, it can be dried and carried on the sleeve and impregnated onto tissue. It is grown in the winter where we expect to see an increase in its use. It is becoming common in seaside towns and especially on the Isle Of Wight.
Beechams are trying to find a powder that will reverse the side effects of SNOT.
Are you from the Isle Of Wight? Do You Use SNOT?
Please write to the Editor of The Spoof, Mark Lowton, who will burn your letter to keep warm while he wriggles helplessly on the ground in a pool of SNOT.