Man, I love the internet! It's a place where you can do almost anything and everything--from watching cat videos to googling "can plants grow on Mars?" Yep, it's a good time to be alive! Do you know what else is awesome about the internet? MEMES! The best part is that memes will never go out of fashion. Just like fine wine, they get better with time.
Come to think of it, there's a meme for every topic under the sun! Beauty, politics, relationships, Bollywood, animals, aliens, sci-fi stuff--you google it, you'll find it. The latest viral trend that has flooded our Twitter feeds is "Follow me for more recipes". It's basically people cheffing up food in the most basic way possible (and messing it up). In one meme template, you'll see two pictures--one is of the base ingredient and the second is a modified version of the dish. What's hilarious is that the final dishes look anything but edible. Let's check 'em out!
Follow me for more Recipes 🌚 pic.twitter.com/iWlIekkyrT— Sammar 🙋🏻♀️ (@Rebel_i_am07) January 24, 2020
Also, whoever posted this, I have a message for you--please don't use plastic! K. Thanks!
Follow me for more recipes— Akshaw (@AqsaChaudhry786) January 23, 2020
RT n help others to know more about easy recipes pic.twitter.com/AJH4A7K7YT
When life gives you oranges, you peel the shizz out of them.
For more recipes, follow me! pic.twitter.com/Ag341cejyz— Apoorv Sharma (@oyeapprove) January 24, 2020
Guilty of still not knowing how to clean a pomegranate even though I'm 27 years old.
Probably the fastest cooking recipe you'd ever learn.
Random question. What's healthier--boiled rice or fried rice?
This is now a gourmet food account.— 🇨🇦 It's just me Smokey 🇨🇦 (@420iloveweed) January 13, 2020
Follow for more recipes. pic.twitter.com/1IEFokJL7Q
And here I thought the idea of people eating Maggi with tomato ketchup was bad.
Follow me for more Recipes 🙈— Annu insan (@Annuinsan6) January 28, 2020
like this 👇👇👇👇👇 pic.twitter.com/DzXVwWycGV
If someone gets this logic, please enlighten me too.
I've heard a story about water turning to wine, but water into milk?
Raise your hand if you've ever poured boiling water into a cup of noodles and later found a plastic fork hidden in it. *facepalm*
And you thought they just come in packets.
Follow me for more recipes under 60 seconds.😋😎 pic.twitter.com/LKaQIbGv5A— 𝕁𝕒𝕟𝕚𝕤𝕙 (@janishm) January 27, 2020
Definitely not me after finding this meme.
Follow me for more recipes like this. pic.twitter.com/vuWazwZFmz— Parth Gandhi گاندھی 🏳️🌈 (@iPGandhi) January 27, 2020
Slice 'em, dice 'em and eat 'em. Got it?
Which of these memes on Twitter made you go ROFL? They're might not make sense, but what in life makes sense anyway? Something for you think about *wink*
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