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With everyone hunkering down in their homes this Easter, it's fair to say that nothing about it felt 'normal'. But while you can't count on much right now, one thing you can always rely on is the Sunday roast, right? Especially when it's served in an Easter egg. Wait... hang on...
Yes, one woman decided to create her own sweet and savoury version of the British classic.
Sharing her bizarre concoction with the world of Rate My Plate, 'Shazza D' posted a clip of herself pouring thick gravy onto a plate of what looks like chicken, carrots, potato, and stuffing... all sat inside an Easter egg. Excuse me?
Now, obviously this was trolling of the highest order - I hope - but it didn't stop people from showing their disgust.
Commenting on the video, one person wrote: "This makes me sad! Not only is your gravy lumpy af... but s*** that combo is an insult to anyone that looks at it! You should be ashamed of yourself!"
A second wrote: "I'm hoping this a Heston Blumenthal style optical illusion."
"No problem with the gravy, can't stand runny gravy, has to stay on the plate when moved and not run everywhere! But all that savoury in a chocolate egg! Why! Why god damn you why!!" cried a third.
While another added: "You should be ashamed of yourself."
Not everyone was so against the idea, though.
Backing Shazza's creativity, one supporter commented: "She's clearly seen the earlier post and been drinking whisky out of an Easter egg and this is the result. I'm all for creative drunkenness..."
This isn't the first time someone's take on the roast dinner has caused a stir online.
Last year, a person going by the name 'Taylor H' posted a photo to Rate My Plate of their slightly sketchy-looking chicken.
But they really didn't rate it at all, 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."
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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