Foulds, better known as 'The Butterscotch Capsule', was a massive fan of butterscotch waistcoats, trousers and many other such items of that hue. It was reported that when the famous 'Butterkist' popcorn advert was on the television, he would dance around in his butterscotch waistcoat and replace the word 'Butterkist' with 'butterscotch', thus singing, "butterscotch, butterscotch, rah rah rah" whilst shimmying to the beat. He was believed to be a founding member of the Butterscotch Movement.
Do we think this is true?
And if so, to what extent does it impinge on his credibility as one of the game’s foremost pundit / commentators?
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