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the innocent cut out & keep Valentine's dinner for two

Tired of going out for Valentine’s Day and finding that everything costs twice as much? Worry no more. The innocent cut and out keep romantic dinner for two has everything you need to enjoy the day and save you money. 

The innocent cut out and keep romantic dinner for two includes:

  • Your very own innocent smoothie
  • A glass of the finest red wine we could draw a picture of
  • A fancy candle (please do not set fire to the fancy candle)
  • A nice flower (please do not set fire to the nice flower)

Simply print out and assemble your innocent romantic dinner for two using the provided stands.


WARNING: You must only use one innocent cut out and keep Valentine’s Day dinner at any given time. Using two at once may lead to a ‘Mrs. Doubtfire situation’. If you do find yourself in a ‘Mrs. Doubtfire situation’, do not sneak into the kitchen to put pepper on Pierce Brosnan’s food. He is allergic to pepper. What might seem like a novelty way to interrupt the family dinner which Pierce Brosnan is attending with your ex-wife is actually a serious crime. It’s amazing that Mrs. Doubtfire then got work as a children’s television entertainer considering that she should probably have been charged and possibly sent to prison. In fact, most of that film falls down when you think about it too much. WARNING: Do not think about Mrs. Doubtfire too much. Do not bring up Mrs. Doubtfire during your real life romantic dinner for two. Remember to ask your date about their hobbies and interests. Tell them about your own hobbies or interests. Unless, that is, your hobbies and interests involve pretending to be an old English woman with a Scottish accent in order to see your estranged family. We’ve been over this. Please buy smoothies.

pia went to Africa

We’ve always wanted to leave things better than we find them. That’s why we give 10% of our profits charity every year. Most of that money goes straight to the innocent foundation which we set up to help hungry people around the world.

Each year we offer three people here in Fruit Towers a chance to leave their day jobs behind for a bit and work with the charities our foundation helps. Last year, Pia went to Uganda and Kenya to help Send a Cow and see the innocent foundation funding in action.

We've been supporting Send a Cow since 2004, helping them work with vulnerable farming families to equip them with the knowledge, skills and self-belief to change their lives for the better. We could go on, but we’ll let Pia tell you about it herself:

We can only donate to the foundation because you lot buy the things we make. We couldn’t do it without you. Thank you for making it all possible.

the secret messages of Fruit Towers

When we went up to the roof the other day, we found a secret message next to a ladder on the fifth floor.

There was only one thing for it. Immediately stop all the work we were doing and go looking for the rest of them. After all, why would somebody go to such lengths if they didn't want us to stop working and find them?

The next one we discovered was on the underside of the cereal box lid. We suspect this is supposed to be secret message number 14 but that the '1' has, at some point, fallen off into somebody's breakfast.

Next, on the stairs, message number 9. 

We found number 6 on one of the lights above the kitchen.

And number three was, frankly, poorly hidden on the side of a table in a floor five meeting room.

Back down on the ground floor we found the first one and, as fate would have it, this is the last one we could find. Partially because the others are too well hidden but mostly because we'd been looking for them for two hours and it was time to get back to work. 

You are welcome, as always, to come into Fruit Towers to look for the hidden messages. But only if you tell us if you find any that we haven't.