Two things I’ve never purchased at the grocery store include a 2-pound plastic container of clearly labeled ‘BUTTERNUT SQUASH’ or a 2-pound plastic container of cheese. I’ve never purchased the latter because I’m fairly sure that it doesn’t exist. I’ve seen tiny containers of cubed cheese before, but 2-pounds? Nah.
Below, a man live-tweeted a grocery store customer having a meltdown because he’d thought that he had purchased cheese when it was in fact clearly labeled butternut squash. The man tried to lie his way out of the situation, repeatedly, only to storm out of there. Is this the most important tweet storm of all time? Nah. Is this some Grade-A quality entertaining Internet? You bet your ass it is.
For starters, here’s what the bag of butternut squash in question supposedly looked like:
Now, the tweets:
After all that he took the fucking squash?!???
Twitter had some reactions:
The biggest problem in America right now isn’t health care, immigration, national security, or jobs. It’s that we as a society have lost the ability to admit when we’re wrong. Everyone’s become a raging cockknocker over the past few years due to the rise of social media, and the inability to admit when we as individuals are wrong. If you’re like me then you are rarely, if ever, wrong, but when you are wrong just fucking admit you’ve made a mistake. It’ll make you look like less of a raging dickhead and it will make people respect you more. Don’t be that guy. (h/t Twitter Moments)