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    Updated on Sep 1, 2019. Posted on Nov 7, 2017

    22 Food "Hacks" That Are Literally Crimes Against Humanity

    Anyone can cook! But not everyone should.

    1. This attack on soup, condiments, and all things tomato:

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    2. This bean popsicle that no truly righteous being would have ever dared create:

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    3. This homemade "trail mix" minus the fruit, the nuts, the chocolate, and the dignity:

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    4. This tooth decay sandwich:

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    5. These microwaved apples posing poorly as baked apples:

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    6. This abhorrent alternative to a marshmallow treat using Flamin' Hot Cheetos:

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    7. This Inception-inspired cheeseburger-stuffed cheeseburger that begs the question, "But why?"

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    8. This extra creamy coffee:

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    9. This untoasted slice of white bread trying (and failing) to pass as a hot dog bun:

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    10. This cold, wet, pescatarian "hot dog" with cheeseballs for some reason:

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    11. This example of taking a good thing too far:

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    12. This nauseating attempt at fish and chips:

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    13. This downright inappropriate use of both Kool-Aid and chicken wings:

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    14. This bacon, egg, and cheese that must've been forged from the fires of hell itself because WHY POP-TARTS?!

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    15. These defiled eggs, poached inside of a plastic glove:

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    16. These Halloween candy pancakes that somehow ruin both Halloween candy and pancakes:

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    17. This Mountain Dew margarita with a Dorito-crumb rim:

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    18. This edible soup bowl of pepperonis:

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    19. This sickening slice of fruit pizza with kiwi, pineapple, apple, mango, banana, and mushrooms:

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    20. This pickle snow cone that gives new meaning to the phrase, "DON'T EAT THE YELLOW SNOW!"

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    21. This homemade ranch dressing calzone whose creator deserves to be prosecuted in a court of law:

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    22. And finally, this nightmarish attempt at getting some extra protein in with breakfast:

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