Tiffani Thiessen tried to update guacamole and people had ~feelings~ about it.
Giving guacamole an “cool new update” rarely goes over well. Just ask The New York Times. When they added peas to the classic Mexican recipe, Twitter roasted them for days. But that didn’t stop Tiffani-Amber Thiessen and Delish from trying guacamole with… grapefruit. Now, grapefruit on its own can be delicious. Guacamole, as is, is always a bomb addition to any meal. However, it seems the Internet has feelings about guacamole topped with grapefruit and the overall consensus is this: “No mames, guey.”
There was this pretty appropriate ‘Saved By The Bell’ reaction.
— Mayor Goldie Wilson (@mickbricks) April 18, 2017
Perhaps Zack Morris was seeing into the future to this very moment and trying to save his costar the Internet backlash.
Thiessen was even called out by name.
— what's tea heaven? (@PraiseGodIgwe) April 19, 2017
And we know that Tyra don’t play.
Others were too speechless to verbalize their disgust.
— Rene Amador (@ClericalErrors) April 19, 2017
@mathewrodriguez tried to exorcise the grapefruit guacamole before it possessed mankind.
— Mathew Rodriguez (@mathewrodriguez) April 19, 2017
That’s the look of zero F’s given.
Have we not learned from the sins of the past guac calamities?
— Brandon Gates (@TheBGates) April 19, 2017
Necks are getting sore from shaking heads this often.
There was some concern for her well-being.
— Ethan (@EthanInTX) April 19, 2017
Yeah. What she said.
There was total and utter confusion about how this even came to be.
— Marq 👸🏽💫🦄💪🏽 (@runstooslow) April 18, 2017
No one’s mind is flexible to wrap itself around this.
Like, literally, people are confused about why she even did this.
— TheMissourian (@solomonmissouri) April 19, 2017
Basically, if you are considering changing the guac game, remember this.
— Inspect Her Deck (@JustNoyd) April 19, 2017
It’s for your benefit, trust.