Hovis, the family maker of bread and NASA are to team up in the future to make a brand new item, the crust-less planet.
Mr Baker from Hovis said: 'This is the biggest project that the company has ever been involved in. It is really quite exciting, for us to provide a crust-less planet. For years, people have been calling out for a new planet, and crustless bread, and this is a way to combine both elements in a cheap, effective product'.
Professor Frink from the Chutney on the Fritz NASA station said: 'We have been looking forward to this new step for quite a while now. What do people need a crust on a planet for? Oh, so that people have something to walk upon. Oh, you mean without a crust a planet cannot support life? Why did no-one tell us that. We are Scientists, we get a lot of this type of thing from the Net. Oh, so, now you are saying that Wikipedia got it wrong?'
The Crustless planet is to be sold to Group 4 and Capitas by the British Government.
There is no truth in this story, said a Mr GW Bush, originally from America, now King regent of the first crustless planet in the known universe.