ONE PICTURE REALLY IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS
Maybe 'eat lard' is a euphemism? The British are known for discrete circumlocution, so it is quite possible that 'eat lard' means something else.
On the other hand, it could be meant literally. They have strange ideas of romance over there.
Whatever it is, it must be good for you; these two have excellent teeth.
Quod erat demonstrandum.
File under: 'Fun stuff to do together'.
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