20 People Who Made Food Choices So, So, So Bad They Belong In Some Kind Of Hall Of Fame

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1. Like the person who made this "four cheese" pizza that actually makes me want to vomit:

2. And the person(s) who made the rawest-looking cooked chicken I have ever seen in my life:

3. This person who should've stopped when they started with grating raw chicken:

@janinamangana

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4. This person who made steak SO overcooked it looks like wood chips:

@splashystackss

5. The person who apparently wants customers to play dental roulette:

6. The person who thought it'd be a good idea to not only make people feel sick, but also completely waste food:

7. The person who baked this gross AF–looking cake (although, props to them for lifelike qualities):

8. The person who thought maybe this "BLT" sandwich should just be a "B" sandwich (HEAVY on the "B"):

9. The person who thought "chunky" mayo was a good idea:

10. The person who created a new (stupid) food... the sandwich "burger":

11. The person who wanted to make, I guess, condiment desserts? IDK:

12. The person who, for whatever reason, thought marshmallows would be a good substitute for brown sugar (it's not):

13. The person who insulted tacos everywhere by making these:

14. The person who wasted two perfectly good things:

15. The person who made this not-so-refreshing water:

16. This lady who really thought it'd be a great idea to pour sugar in her expensive dryer to make cotton candy:

@flawless_closet

sugar being poured into a dryer slot
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cotton candy in the lint tray
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17. The person who thought putting gummy bears in sausage was appropriate:

18. This person who just wasted four perfectly fine Big Macs:

19. The person who made this really-not-OK breakfast:

20.And finally, this person who thought pasta water would be great for making coffee...

...but then at least owned up to the fact that it wasn't:

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H/T: r/StupidFood