Love for good food is real and knows no bounds. Packed restaurants, reserved tables, and long queues outside - it's enough to tell how dear food is to all of us. And when it comes to our favourite foods, we'll go to any lengths to have them and show them some love. How do you express your love for your favourite foods? Have it every other day? Try its recipe? That's as far as you can go, right? You need to know about this hardcore foodie who took the most unusual step to stay close to his favourite food. He got a permanent tattoo of the dish!
This man loves the famous Indian meal of rajma chawal so much that he got it itched in ink on the back of his arm. Talk about 'wearing your heart on your sleeves'! Food delivery app Swiggy found this man and posted a black-and-white image of the tattoo on Twitter. The tattoo has the words 'rajma chawal' written in Hindi on the man's arm. "Ever loved something so much you want it to stay with you forever," Swiggy captioned the post.
Needless to say, the post got a lot of attention on the micro-blogging site with almost 30K likes so far and hundreds of likes. Other Twitter users used it as an opportunity to profess their love for different Indian foods. People shared they would be willing to get a tattoo pav bhaji. vada pav, chholle bhature, Mysore bonda and even gulab jamun and chai. One person even expressed his desire to get both his arms inked with two of his favourite foods.
Check out some of the interesting comments left on the Twitter post.
full support — Swiggy (@Swiggy) February 5, 2023
A tattoo of Chole Bhature🤎 on one hand and on another Pav Bhaji🧡— Nidhi Jain (@shy_foodie) February 5, 2023
One tattoo for Vada Pav 😋
Another for Pav Bhaji 🤤— Nationalist Mumbaikar 🇮🇳™ | (@Ayush_Shah_25) February 5, 2023
We, foodies, will do anything to get our favourite foods. But even we are left stumped with what some people do for food. One person got a meal delivered to Antarctica all the way from Singapore. The food delivery was done across four continents, covering a distance of over 30,000 km. Read more about it here.
Would you do something crazy like this for your favourite food?
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