Follow me for more recipes pic.twitter.com/vsxZsE7bDr— ♏uhammad ♓assan (@MHA77AN) January 28, 2020
While places like Delish.com are meant for wholesome recipe-sharing and kitchen hacks, Twitter tends to take everything good about the site and turn it into something chaotic. The latest meme trend to hit the web goes like this:
Users tweet, "Follow me for more recipes!" succeeded by a pair of before and after images of themselves cheffing it up in the most bare-minimum way possible. If you're anything like most people, then these tweets are also subtle call-outs for your culinary habits.
Some people have been sharing simple before and after images of themselves peeling fruit or something else extremely simple.
Follow me for more recipes.. pic.twitter.com/DjEmHKfyPn— Mustaqeem Bhai (@desiipops) January 28, 2020
However, there are always people who take things a little too far...
Follow me for more recipes 😉❤️😘🙏 pic.twitter.com/PTgK49UZlS— Shazmeme (@sadraptorshazo) January 28, 2020
While most of these tweets are clearly jokes, you can't help but wonder who's actually taking the trend seriously. I hope nobody's' eating chocolate ramen or sauteed goldfish for dinner, but the Internet is a dark and mysterious place.