Pouring a Guinness involves a precise process to get the settled heavy mass of velvety black porter under a smooth, creamy white head that sits just above the lip of the pint glass. In other words, pouring Guinness - the right way - is an art.
But a pub in Toronto messed it up big time and then foolishly posted the picture to their social media. And pretty much everyone in Ireland was HORRIFIED. And can you blame them? How do you even mess up a pint that bad? How could you do this to the Irish on St Patrick's Day?
It's just cruel.
What the fuck is that? Credit: Twitter
The tweet was deleted for crimes against alcohol but luckily this chap knows what it's about.
The people at Railtown Cafe should be ashamed of themselves. That pint just looks nasty. It's dribbling everywhere, with a shit head.
Dan Olson, the owner, woke up the next day after posting the truly offensive picture to find that Guinness lovers in Ireland had united to tell him off.
"There was some irate people up there and, believe me, there were some colourful comments," Olson told As It Happens host Carol Off.
"Let's just say that Jesus Christ was brought into it on more than one occasion. One comment actually said that Jesus wept when he saw our pint of Guinness."
Olson said that pints at Railtown Cafe aren't usually like this. They do know how to pull a proper pint in Toronto and this mistake was just a one-off.
"It was coming out of a can. It was frothing over the tip like you'd find a Budweiser in a tailgate commercial," he said. "So, instead of cascading up to have a nice proper head like Guinness is supposed to, it was a mess."
I'm not sure you're going to get a lot of Irish people coming back to your pub, though. They seem pretty pissed.
Now let's go on to terrible food choices.
When it comes to food, everyone has an opinion. We all love to eat but some people have more exotic tastes than other people... or less if you're Donald Trump. Who eats a well-done steak with ketchup?!
But that's not half as bad as these weird food concoctions. I hope no one actually ate any of these dishes. I'm sure that they would end up bringing them up again!
This is the weirdest breakfast I've ever seen. Waffles, sausages, scrambled eggs topped off with yoghurt? Just no. Is this some weird diet? Just because it's all going to end up in your stomach mixed together, it doesn't mean you have to eat it like that.
Sort your life out.