Christmas Gingerbread hummus has gone down as well as you’d expect – our 11 favourite reactions
As Christmas nears, shoppers know to brace themselves for the onslaught of tenuous links being exploited to fleece the stressed masses. Examples might include Christmas-themed toilet rolls – because who doesn’t want to wipe their arse on a penguin? – or Christmas spice-scented washing-up liquid, so you can crave pudding as you clean those plates, but this year’s best contender for worst product is …gingerbread hummus.
Not today, Satan. pic.twitter.com/3BbjGlurpm
— Amy Mackinnon🦜 (@ak_mack) November 16, 2019
Erm, what? The bizarre cash-in hasn’t received the best reception online, but it has received the funniest.
This is an abomination before God and man and should be condemned in the harshest terms possible. I call on all Jews, Arabs, Kurds, Persians and other peoples of the Middle East to unite and protest this assault on our shared culinary heritage 👇 https://t.co/aXCxFE79Qs
— Sam Sokol (@SamuelSokol) November 17, 2019
I’m pretty sure God is against this… https://t.co/thR5YjdiCd
— Unvirtuous Abbey (@UnvirtuousAbbey) November 18, 2019
What—and I cannot stress this enough—the fuck. https://t.co/S7HejDHyiF
— Dr Nora J Williams (@noraj_williams) November 17, 2019
I think this may be the final level bad hummus boss. https://t.co/Ms3agWBdrG
— Imraan Siddiqi (@imraansiddiqi) November 17, 2019
Can we set fire to it immediately? https://t.co/VrOuNuaCZo
— Matt Hope ♿ (@HopingMatthew) November 17, 2019
Make it stop 🙈 https://t.co/qxgpgesumB
— Yasmin Khan (@yasmin_khan) November 17, 2019
AHOOOOOOOOO CHRISTMAS IS RUINED https://t.co/9ijFYO587D
— ܣܵܡܵܢܬ̣ܵܐ (@SAMIIXV) November 17, 2019
I want the person or persons responsible for this abomination found and arrested immediately. https://t.co/PIUwuQDmAa
— Christuffing T. Turkey. 🦃 (@seneca) November 17, 2019
I’ll never complain about Pumpkin Spice ever again.
— EducatëdHillbilly™ (@RobProvince) November 17, 2019
It's not even gingerbread hummus – it's "inspired by gingerbread" hummus. What does that even mean? They stick a gingerbread person in the kitchen encouraging the chick peas to do better?
— Simon HB (@norock) November 17, 2019
Reported for crimes against nature.
— Aiden Wylie (@AidenWylie) November 16, 2019
Hannah Godofsky had a theory about the origin of the cursed food.
Whenever Starbucks eliminates a latte, it comes back as hummus in the next life https://t.co/7uSkQzTWlG
— Hannah Godofsky 😷 (@h_thoreson) November 17, 2019
Source: Twitter, Image: Amy Mackinnon, @randalynhill on Unsplash, Twitter