One of the great things about social media is that we get to see what our fellow humans are eating.
But one post that we have found on Instagram proves that this is not always a good thing.
Ever since social media found its way into our lives, we have been obsessed with staring at images of what people are eating.
‘Rate My Plate’ is a prime example of how popular food pages and groups are on social media.
From humble beginnings in June 2018, the page has now racked up an impressive 2.5 million followers and over 500,000 group members; not bad for a page that is less than 18-months old.
But a relatively new page on Instagram called ‘Rate My Refs’ seems to be carving out a niche in the world of online foodies. Or at least, judging by their most recent post, that would seem to be the case.
‘Refs’ is a shortened version of the word ‘refreshments’ which relates to any food consumed during a break while at work.
In the post in question, a follower sent in a picture of some hotdogs boiling away in some ‘upcycled’ condoms.
Yep, that’s right; someone thought that boiling hotdogs in used condoms was a ‘good’ idea.
Personally, I cannot think of any food that I would rather avoid at a budget dinner party, than processed ‘hotdogs’ which have been boiled in a condom that the host probably used the night before.
Although, we should give the ‘chef’ 10/10 for his/her ability to ‘upcycle’ everyday objects.
To follow ‘rate my refs’ on instagram, click here –>
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