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BBC Guy Confirms Buckingham Palace's Magic Mushrooms Never Made it to the Queen's Plate. Bummer.

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Although it would make for what could be the most exciting royal meal to ever exist, the hallucinogenic mushrooms growing in Buckingham Palace's unruly garden have not found their way into the kitchen according to one BBC correspondent. First Tinder and now 'shrooms. The palace seems radder and radder e'ry day.