Mayo now outsells ketchup and this could be the last straw, frankly
As if the world wasn’t weird enough already, this happens.
Gobsmacked. Very Upsetting pic.twitter.com/d3nXQcSHT8
— bob mortimer (@RealBobMortimer) September 12, 2017
The only Mayo that doesn’t make us want to heave is the one on Radio 2. Maybe I’m just old-fashioned. Is it time for a referendum?
Salad Cream sits sage like, 'Ketchup, now you know how it feels to be usurped by the young, bright thing. Brown Sauce never got over it.'
— Raymond (@raubrey) September 12, 2017
Finally people are coming to their senses!!!!
— Lindsay Gordon 🐱 (@linzisueboo) September 12, 2017
MY wife loves 'Mayo' with her chips! However this is a game changer.
— Dave Watkin (@Dave2w2) September 12, 2017
Ketchup is a child's condiment. Like pouring wet Haribo on your chips. None o' that.
— ZJ Corrigan (@voidwarbler) September 12, 2017
— BOXIA (@Boxia_Music) September 12, 2017
No fucking way 😂😂
— Mark Lyons™ (@M_R_Lyons) September 12, 2017
I'll bet one factor is that Heinz has produced a fine mayonnaise to rival Hellman's, yet Hellman's ketchup is distinctly sub-par
— Danyool (@danyoolripley) September 12, 2017
Could this be Putin's interference in our condiments? First Trump and now this! When will it end?
— Andy Newham (@AndyNewham) September 12, 2017
Eh, why use ketchup when you can use BBQ sauce? That's what I always ask. 😋
— Tanya Rupa (@ScifiSpirit) September 12, 2017
Not as upset as this lil old lady… pic.twitter.com/cpcEzO9Onf
— Stevie (@StevieHayhurst) September 12, 2017
no doubt ketchup has lost sales to bbq and chilli sauces in the current fad of smoky spiciness.
— Russ Colly (@Russ_Beer) September 12, 2017
Only one question remains.
Is this from a reliable sauce?
— Vinny Shepherd (@CubaDrive_Vinny) September 12, 2017