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A woman has been heaped with praise for her bizarre method of eating duck pancakes. You can check it out here:
In the video, Sabrina Corrin Moore can be seen loading up a fork with duck, celery and hoisin, before holding up the pancake in front of her face and pushing it into her mouth with the meaty cutlery.
Explaining the methodology, she says: "I don't eat duck and pancakes the same way as everybody else does while they're at home.
"I put a bit of everything on the fork, dip it in the sauce, hold the pancake over your face and just push it all straight in."
I dunno about you, but I think there is something oddly pleasing about the method and I look forward to trying it myself. In a Chinese restaurant.
Indeed, the people of TikTok were also impressed by the duck-downing modus operandi.
Commenting on the video, one person said: "That technique of eating duck and pancakes is revolutionary. Taking notes."
Another said: "That duck pancake thing was the best thing I've ever seen."
A third commented: "The pancakes. This will NEVER be the same again."
Bravo Sabrina, you are a revolutionary pioneer.
Was this a revolution anybody asked for? No. Is there anything wrong with just stuffing and wrapping that pancake like a normal person? No, not really - except the slight risk of hoisin wrist spillage.
But still, a revolutionary pioneer nonetheless, right up there with April-Joy Goodlet. You will of course remember her as the woman who went viral for her life-shattering sushi-eating hack.
April-Joy, from Brisbane, Australia, shared the neat little trick on TikTok, whereby she pierces the sushi with the soy sauce bottle before pumping the condiment inside, where it is absorbed evenly by the rice within.
Clearly, many people had never thought to do this as the video proved a huge hit, amassing millions of views. As tends to be the way on social media, the response was extremely hyperbolic, with people branding April-Joy's hack 'genius' and 'life changing'.
One person said: "OMG absolute game changer. I'm definitely doing this next time."
Another added: "Why didn't i think of that before? *bang my head on sushi*"
A third commented: "My life will never be the same again."
Here's hoping you find the method as revelatory as those above; it certainly beats squirting it on the outside and watching it all run off into the plastic container anyway.
Lastly, if you're in need of a marzipan hack, here's one for you: remove all the packaging and roll it up in your hand, then, simply open a nearby bin and toss it in. Job's a good 'un.
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