When Jan Levinson clapped eyes on her colleague’s questionable mac and cheese attempt, she simply had to tweet it.
The dish in question was basically a tub filled with cooked macaroni pasta and some grated cheese on the top. (Disappointing to say the least.)
Look at the macaroni & cheese my coworker brought to our potluck today. Bruh. pic.twitter.com/TJ494IFjy5— Jan Levinson (@coolstoryjanis) October 19, 2017
Jan shared photos of the unfortunate creation on Twitter, sending the social media site into hysterics: her tweet was shared more than 10,000 times with 33,000 likes at the time of writing.
She tweeted: “Look at the macaroni & cheese my coworker brought to our potluck today. Bruh.” (FYI, a potluck is a gathering where people contribute a different type of food they’ve made).
“I’m so offended,” Jan added. “She literally poured cooked macaroni into a pot & put shredded cheese on top with not an ounce of seasoning.”
Me at 1 a.m., 12 hours after seeing this: pic.twitter.com/ApAeF8Mmdw— Matt Porter (@mattyports) October 19, 2017
This is not mac and cheese. It is mac, with some cheese, touching each other.— LibrarianToBe (@YayBooksYay) October 19, 2017
And people urging Jan to get HR involved...
I think you have grounds to file a workplace grievance. https://t.co/Ll31pjxi4o— Ava DuVernay (@ava) October 19, 2017
Something is not right there.— Bon Blossman (@bonblossman) October 20, 2017
Tell Brenda she needs to report to HR for her exit interview.— Melisandre Medici (@_MelisandreM) October 19, 2017
The tweet also prompted people to share stories about their colleagues’ (often rubbish) attempts at cooking.
Looks like the mess at my husband's office. One lady had fried rice in a Crock-Pot. Do you know what happens to rice in a Crock-Pot? pic.twitter.com/ncjWGka9Xf— Christina Jefferson (@tampagirl19655) October 19, 2017
I called into work one time because I heard people got sick after Samantha put olive oil in chicken salad at the company potluck bruh pic.twitter.com/rzXLksuJY4— Shinobi (@MrSmoothNation) October 19, 2017
Once this lady brought mac and cheese. She waited until 11:30 then said, "I need to get it out of my car." pic.twitter.com/cXskc4xcXT— Real Facade (@realfacade1) October 20, 2017
One time we had a pot luck, Becky looked like a fashion model. Didn't wash her hands after using the bathroom. Do you want some dessert? pic.twitter.com/ntAF4ToERb— Christina Jefferson (@tampagirl19655) October 20, 2017
We have a feeling Jan’s colleague won’t ever live this one down.