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Woman's Snap Of 'Fully Loaded' Breakfast Leaves Internet In Hysterics

Amelia Jones

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Woman's Snap Of 'Fully Loaded' Breakfast Leaves Internet In Hysterics

'Fully Loaded English Brekki' evokes images of a plate filed high with sausage, baked beans, toast and all the trimmings. So when a woman, known only as, 'Gemma E', posted this image to the 'Rate My Plate' Facebook page on Tuesday, its users were quick to mock her culinary efforts.

The 'Rate My Plate' Facebook group asks its users to share photos of their meals, which are then commented on, reacted to and rated by other members

The rather meagre-looking breakfast was an egg, half a bacon rasher, two mushrooms, a few cherry tomatoes and some tiny hash browns.

And members of the group were lightening quick to review and react to the tiny amount of food on the plate.

The post has been shared over 150 times, reacted to over 3.1k times, and has received more than 7k comments (at time of writing) - all of which seem to share the same low opinion of Gemma E's breakfast.

Credit: Facebook/Rate My Plate
Credit: Facebook/Rate My Plate

One group member said: "My balls are more fully loaded and I've had a vasectomy."

While another quipped: "Ive found more food down me bra..."

A third said: "I've picked more food out from between me teeth"

Another summed up the feelings of the group with: "Fully loaded with disappointment"

In the past few weeks a rather messy- and anaemic-looking breakfast drew comments such as: "Did you cook your bacon on a Yankee candle" and "Have you cooked that bacon on a radiator?"

While a roast dinner with baked beans on it caused absolute outrage.

One member said: "Every item on this plate has turned up to the wrong meeting".

While a second said: "Ben, not sure why you've placed the plate on the floor but if it's for your dog, I'm phoning the RSPCA."

A third commented: "It's supposed to be beans on toast, not beans on roast"

Dare to share your culinary creations? Join the group and get posting.

Topics: Life News, Tasty Food, Real, Food And Drink

Amelia Jones
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