Jamie Oliver Annihilated After Asking For Twitter's Favourite Breakfast
Jamie Oliver is a man on a mission to ruin our lives with his plan for healthy eating (joking, obvs).
He's banned Turkey Twizzlers (which we're definitely not over btw), he's also taken on energy drinks and 2-4-1 pizza - and now he's had the audacity to ask for our 'favourite go-to breakfasts'.
Like he deserves to be gifted with that information. And people clearly don't want to tell him, because he's been ripped into left, right and smack-bang centre.
The 43-year-old celebrity chef took to Twitter to ask his seven million followers about their fave brekkie, but he was quickly torn apart by social media users far and wide - and the responses are everything.
Favourite go-to breakfast?
- Jamie Oliver (@jamieoliver) May 30, 2018
One user showed they had no interest in Jamie's healthy eating campaigns, as they replied: "2 Square sausage, 2 fried eggs, Black Pudding, 4 rashers of bacon, Baked Beans, Fried Bread, Tea with 3 sugar and a Mars Bar."
Another added: "If we're talking a Tuesday, dearest Jamie, then Imma have myself TWO (yes, two) Dominos large Margherita pizzas with extra cheese (thin crust cus I'm on a diet). I know, I live my best life dont I?! #TwoForTuesday."
Meanwhile, a third commented: "STOP TRYING TO BAN EVERYTHING AND BUY SOME SODDING PLATES TO USE IN YOUR RESTAURANTS YOU WOODEN BOARD LOVING TURKEY TWIZZLER HATING TWONK." A clear message there, mate.
Some have given him what he presumably wanted, commenting with suggestions such as: "Pomegranate seeds, blueberries, Oat cakes and Avocado, hummus, tomato and black pepper on toast." That many ingredients in a breakfast? Behave.
Another person said: "Poached eggs on an English muffin. If it's a weekend then i'll add smoked salmon and homemade hollandaise sauce."
And a third added: "Eggs softly scrambled in homemade lightly-salted butter, topped by slivers of the best smoked salmon Scotland has to offer with a sprinkling of finely-ripped coriander on well-toasted self-baked sourdough. Serve with cool cranberry juice with strong espresso to follow."
These are clearly big fat lies. Who decides to make hollandaise sauce as part of a convenient 'go-to breakfast'? No one, that's who. Perhaps these guys are just trying get a mention in his upcoming recipe book, presumably entitled I Will Ban Everything You Love.
While all Jamie's meddling in the nations's diets ultimately comes from a good place (and yes, we could all eat more healthily; it certainly wouldn't do any of us any harm in terms of our general well-being), the constant hectoring is certainly pissing people off.
Ditto the attempts to ban things. Yes, we get it, these things are unhealthy. However, no one - NO ONE - has ever bought 2-for-1 pizzas and thought to themselves, 'Ah, perfect for my diet. This will provide the inner cleanse I so sorely need.' Leave us alone, ffs.
Just days ago, the chef found his new target: cartoon characters that are used on cereal packets and other products consumed largely by kids.
Just stop now, Jamie. We beg you.
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