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17 British Food Quirks That Some People Find Very Upsetting

These aren't acceptable, sorry.

1. Eating baked beans with ketchup.

Twitter: @rawlimark

They are two very different flavours of tomato, and they clash.

2. Eating an omelette with ketchup.

Twitter: @lloyd_purdy

It doesn't go with omelette, although it does go with scrambled eggs, idk, that's just how it is.

3. Serving drinks in jam jars.

Twitter: @pdxtraveltips

The rim is too thick, and, honestly, what's wrong with glasses?

4. Serving food NOT on plates.

Twitter: @WeWantPlates

Plates are great at the job thank you very much.

5. Making posh sausage rolls.

Twitter: @M0nk33y

Sausage rolls should be in a very greasy pastry, and the sausage meat should be like 80% rusk.

6. Putting salad cream on things.

Twitter: @FashionableF00d

Sorry if you like salad cream, but it's just not right.

7. Trying to make "prawn cocktail" flavour crisps happen.

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They don't even taste like prawns!

8. Replacing prawn with crayfish in sandwiches.

9. Having fancy lumpy, expensive tomato soup rather than good ole tinned soup.

Twitter: @FussyFoodie

Classic tinned tomato soup is the best soup.

10. Eating pizza with mayo.

11. And eating lasagne with mayo.

Twitter: @HannahSmeeton

Mayonnaise is delicious, just not with lasagne.

12. Putting baked beans inside toasties.

13. Making food rainbow coloured.

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This doesn't add to the toastie, it detracts from the toastie.

14. Curry with chips AND rice.

Twitter: @QuaysBarDerry

ONE CARB IS ENOUGH.

15. Putting ketchup on spaghetti.

Twitter: @slowsplits

If you're over five, this is not appropriate behaviour.

16. Serving a roast with only a tiny dribble of gravy.

17. Or worse, a roast with NO gravy at all. 😩