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People Left Absolutely Disgusted By Beans On Weetabix Suggestion

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People Left Absolutely Disgusted By Beans On Weetabix Suggestion

Everyone's on board with beans on toast. Even beans on crumpets. Waffles, jacket potatoes, and chips - the list is endless.

But how do you feel about baked beans on Weetabix. Yes, the wheat-filled cereal.

Well, the official Weetabix Twitter account asked the question - why should bread have all the fun, when there's Weetabix?

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They then went on to suggest: "Serving up @HeinzUK Beanz on bix for breakfast with a twist. #ItHasToBeHeinz #HaveYouHadYourWeetabix."

It didn't take long for everyone to jump on the bandwagon with Lancashire Police responding: "We came here for reports of a crime... and we were not disappointed," alongside a vomming GIF.

Lidl also got in touch asking: "Babe are u ok? You've hardly touched your Weetabix and beans!" To which Weetabix replied: "Just about to tuck in, babes. Question is spoon or knife and fork?" I say just go hands in, people eating this concoction are clearly monsters.

Sainsbury's put their 2p in, writing: "Beans have no authority here, no authority AT ALL," in reference to the wonder that was the Handforth Parish Council Zoom call. Heinz were quick to jump in, adding: "*Removes Sainsbury's from chat*". Bravo, fellas.

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Credit: PA
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Domino's Pizza also got in on the action, saying: "Us: Pineapple on pizza is the most controversial food ever. Weetabix: Hold my spoon." Pineapple on Weetabix, anyone?

When Weetabix followed up on the tweet telling people that 'no beans were harmed in the making of this breakfast', someone responded: "That's not a breakfast, it is the beginning of the apocalypse."

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National Rail also commented: "Due to a @weetabix adding beans to their cereal, all services will be delayed while we figure out what is happening...." Oh, the irony.

Even Skyscanner jumped on the viral tweet, writing: "This is worse than people who clap when the plane lands."

The Food Standards Agency wrote: "No food laws appear to have been broken. Morally however..." Morally, you're knackered I'm afraid.

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Topics: Food, Community

Rebecca Shepherd
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