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​Chicken Dinner Goes Viral And Gets Absolutely Destroyed

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​Chicken Dinner Goes Viral And Gets Absolutely Destroyed

You can't go wrong with a chicken dinner on a Sunday, where you're faced with a plate that's crammed with some lovely, tender meat, crispy roast potatoes, an assortment of veg, lashings of gravy and, if you're lucky, a few extras like Yorkshire puddings, stuffing balls or pigs in blankets.

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Well, it turns out you can go wrong - very wrong indeed - as proven by 'Tayor H' and their slightly sketchy-looking chicken.

A photo of the meal in question was posted to the infamous Rate My Plate Facebook group, where it was innocently captioned 'Roast Chicken Dinner by Taylor H'.

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The chicken dinner was posted on the Rate My Plate Facebook group. Credit: Rate My Plate/Facebook
The chicken dinner was posted on the Rate My Plate Facebook group. Credit: Rate My Plate/Facebook

Except people didn't want to rate Taylor's plate, they wanted to absolutely destroy it. Just take a second look at that chicken.

"That chicken is so rare, Attenborough has just finished a documentary about it!" one person commented.

Another said: "Amazed the chicken stayed on the plate long enough for the photo. Be dancing about the kitchen shortly."

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Someone else savagely quipped: "No chicken was killed in the making of this dish."

A fourth wrote: "The chicken is still crossing the fucking road."

Another comment summed things up PERFECTLY: "The only roasting this chicken experienced is in this thread."

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While one social media user said the poultry looked like their 'nan's hip replacement', many others questioned Taylor's cooking techniques - or perhaps the lack thereof - with one speculating it had been 'cooked over a match for almost 4 seconds'.

Others thought it had been roasted with a 'candle' or a 'hairdryer', or that it needed 'a few hours more in the kettle'.

"I'd put it back on the radiator for a bit longer mate," one Facebooker suggested.

"Mate the lightbulb in your oven isn't what cooks food," another advised.

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Someone else shared a close-up crop of one of the chicken legs, saying it looked like Herbert from Family Guy, while another thought it looked like 'Steve Bruce getting suffocated with cling film'.

Sheffield Wednesday manager Steve Bruce. Credit: PA
Sheffield Wednesday manager Steve Bruce. Credit: PA

Someone else went for an 'orc off Lord of the Rings'.

Ah, but it wasn't just the slightly anaemic-looking chicken that was playing on everyone's minds.

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"Them pigs in blanket look like my dick after a weekend sesh," one person offered.

Right, well that escalated.

I mean, props for the extra additions like pigs in blankets, but those Yorkies look a bit sorry for themselves. And where the hell are the roast potatoes?

Maybe leave it to the professionals next time, Taylor H...

Featured Image Credit: Rate My Plate/Facebook

Topics: Food, News, UK

Jess Hardiman
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