A guy recently caused a stir on twitter after posting his container of food. As most people are aware that in most cases people use plates to dish up their food. However not everyone follows through with that standard.
The guy mentioned on his caption that he decided to eat inside an empty ice-cream bucket. This was rather usual as he didn't include why he decided to do such. As much as he drew the attention towards what he used for dishing his meal.
People couldn't help but notice that the gravy didn't look as normal. This was because it had disappeared to the bottom of the ice-cream container. It made most people wonder how he was even going to enjoy the food if there good part about it is not visible or accessible. Some jokingly said he would probably have to drink the gravy afterwards. See more of people's reactions down below;
Share your thoughts on the comment section, what do you think of eating inside an ice-cream bucket? And share your experiences if you've ever been in a similar situation.
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