Cooking a special meal on Valentine's Day is one of the sweetest ways to express your love. Even if you mess up your dish a little, your loved one will still appreciate the effort that you put in. But if you go horribly wrong, right from the ideation to creation of the dish, your Valentine's Day is surely going to turn into a disaster. This is exactly we assumed to have happened to a Twitter user who made the strangest dish for Valentine's Day. We don't know about his partner, but Twitter users are totally appalled by this bizarre food concoction.
A Twitter user named Michael created a bizarre meal for his Valentine - an absurd combination of prawns and chips and meatballs - everything on one single plate with gravy and also cheese. Rate My Plate, a Twitter group where users post their unique recipes to be judged by others, posted a picture of this dish and wrote: "Late Valentines Meal - Prawns & Chips with Meatballs in Gravy and some Cheese by Michael H."
Take a look at the Twitter post:
Late Valentines Meal - Prawns & Chips with Meatballs in Gravy and some Cheese by Michael H pic.twitter.com/ZW08vxJS8x— Rate My Plate (@ratemyplatenow) February 14, 2021
Other followers of the group out-rightly snubbed and shot down this recipe for being not unique but utterly nonsensical. The home chef may have been shamed for his creation but one good thing that come of all of it was that his meal got viral on Twitter, but for all the wrong reasons.
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Hundreds of angered comments poured in:
"I've lost my appetite. Forever."
"A hateful dish served on a day that's supposed to be about love."
"It's a Valentine's meal that's a sure way of you getting dumped."
"If my partner served this divorce papers would be served to her. You deserve to be single. A lot of skills and love involved:
Chips from a bag into oven
Worst concoction I have seen."
"Michael H should never be allowed anywhere near a kitchen again. Or a plate. Or cheese. Or prawns. Or French fries, because those are not chips. Or a supermarket, for that matter."
Some users also sympathised with the person for whom the dish was made:
"Dear Michael's valentine, let us know where you are, we will send help. Love, everyone."
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