The month of July has begun, bringing with it the monsoon showers and many festivities and celebrations. However, this also means that half of the year 2022 has already passed us! We are now in the second half of 2022, and this was quite a shock for many people online. The feeling that the time has passed so quickly is yet to sink in. The realisation dawned upon Twitter users after food aggregator application Zomato posted the same on their Twitter handle. They prompted foodies to compare the half-year 2022 with a dish. "If the first half of 2022 was a dish, what would it be," they asked on Twitter. Take a look:
if the first half of 2022 was a dish, what would it be?— zomato (@zomato) June 30, 2022
A lot of foodies poured in their comments to Zomato's prompt. Many people used hilarious comparisons to describe how the first half of 2022 had been for them. "Red velvet cake - looks delicious tastes terrible," commented one user. "[I] Can compare certain moments to Gulab jamun but the conclusion is always raita," laughed another one. Not all responses were disillusioned though - some had a positive spin to it. "Pani puri, because khatam hui aur pata bhi nahi chala."
Take a look at the hilarious foodie responses on Twitter:
An over oily biryani.
Had great expectations before it was delivered, disappointed when it came but ate it anyway.— Yashasvi Mantha (@YashasviMantha) June 30, 2022
Pita bread and hummus, It's an acquired taste.— PUNdaishi Khushboo (@Khushbookikhurk) June 30, 2022
Bharwa karele????— Himanshu Jain (@marrDiedman) June 30, 2022
Whatever dish it is... it's all burnt ????— Tushar Agrawal???????? (@TusharAgrawall) June 30, 2022
Zomato's Twitter handle is known to share various witty and relatable posts related to food. On the occasion of Father's Day, they had shared a snapshot of a father's order history that was indeed quite appropriate for the occasion. Take a look:
In May 2022, they had shared a tweet that made users immensely nostalgic. ""Life was good when the only deadline we had was 3 seeti [whistle] mein cooker band karna [Turn off the gas after three whistles]," Zomato wrote in their tweet.
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About Aditi AhujaAditi loves talking to and meeting like-minded foodies (especially the kind who like veg momos). Plus points if you get her bad jokes and sitcom references, or if you recommend a new place to eat at.