In case you haven't yet heard, UK pub chain Wetherspoons have decided to axe the popular Sunday roast club from their menu.
The Sunday staple will be available for the last time on March 6, which just so happens to be Mothering Sunday, meaning loving children nationwide will be able to treat mum not only to a slap up meal, but to a piece of history in the making.
Anyone whose ever woken up on a Sunday morning nursing a hangover and a seriously depleted bank account will no doubt feel the loss keenly. There's nothing quite like crawling out of bed and heading to your local Spoonies for lukewarm, nuked mash, frozen roasties and tinned-style meat slices to help you face the rest of the day.
The move is presumably a result of a lack of sales, but you wouldn't know from the internet's reaction. Understandably the nation is not impressed, but some mourners are taking the roast's demise a little more seriously than others.
April is very concerned that British people are losing their heritage.
Andrew is concerned that the move will deplete Wetherspoons' standing as an authentic British institution.
Of course, nobody is suggesting that the Sunday Roast is not a precious British icon.
However, many people have decided to put the blame on an unlikely group of people.
Excellent question, guys.
Sure enough, some appalled customers have found a way to point the finger at Britain's migrant community, with Muslims of course receiving their own dedicated portion of hate.
This twitter account dedicated solely to attacking creeping Islamisation of the UK was quick to identify the real culprits.
Many people were incensed that the Sunday roast was getting the boot whilst the Curry Club on Thursdays is to remain.
Mark thinks we are all failing in our patriotic duty if we don't protest against the growing tide of ethnic foods. Apparently this just goes to show why we should all vote Leave in the EU referendum in June.
Many Facebook users were disgusted at the thought of having to choke down foreign food whilst trying to enjoy a nice cold pint of Carlsberg or Stella Artois.
I don't know about you, but I've never once been to Curry Club at Spoons and found it filled by Asian people.
Its hard to imagine that any self-respecting Indian/Pakistani/Bangladeshi person would be seen dead eating a microwavable curry, so its kind of a safe bet that the continued existence of Curry Club is not their fault.
Dave, however, does not accept the long established fact that curry is the most popular dish with Brits.
(By the by, the Curry Club page has also been taken down from the Whetherspoons website, so maybe it really is time to panic.)