Surely no matter how bare the cupboard is, you would never consider having a piece and jobbie?
Many have been struck by a fit of giggles on social media after a Malaysian peanut butter firm’s advertising campaign was spotted by a keen-eyed Scot.
Jobbie Nut Butter is the creation of Joseph Goh and Debbie Ching, who have combined their names to – unintentionally – comedic effect in Scotland.
On their website, the pair say that Jobbie is incredibly smooth and slides through your throat perfectly.
This Malaysian peanut butter might not sell too well in Scotland. 'Want some Jobbie on yer toast Betty?' 'Emm… no thanks Rab, I'll just stick wi' butter this morning' #jobbie pic.twitter.com/wRlKZQ3FCh
— Being Scottish (@BeingScots) April 25, 2018
The less said about the chunky variety of Jobbie the better.
It might not be about to take Scottish supermarket shelves by storm but the spread appears to be popular in south-east Asia, with plenty of positive comments about it on its Facebook page.
Angel Yap said when she first opened her jar of Jobbie the “fragrance captured her heart”. Lewis Lim Hoe Chun rated Jobbie five stars and said it was his perfect post-workout meal.
The unusual find follows last week’s Canadian chocolate company, Shyte, which has been encouraging customers to partake with the hashtag #EatShyte.