Well, when your college bowl is sponsored by Dukes Mayo, you know something is bound to go wrong.
Now, don’t get me wrong, I love mayonnaise, but on my sandwiches, not on my cookies, dammit.
Yes, I said COOKIES…
Bizpacreview reported that The Duke’s Mayo Bowl saw one of the most cringeworthy moments in college football history as the announcers highlighted an unlikely duo during a brief lull in the game.
Mike Golic Jr. coaxed his partner in the broadcast booth, Anish Shroff, to share a unique snack during the Thursday morning game between North Carolina and South Carolina.
They dipped Oreos in mayonnaise. And ate them.
“Well, in the spirit of this bowl game and in the spirit of my partner Mike Golic Jr,” Shroff said. “Mike you came up with ideas of unconventional foods that work with mayonnaise.”
“Cream-filled cookies here,” Golic said, proudly holding up what looked like an Oreo.
“You first,” said Shroff, obviously incredulous at what was about to take place.
You can watch the video below:
Let me tell you, America actually had a lot to say about this:
“That is absolutely disgusting that honestly makes me never wanna eat Oreos ever again”
“What the hell is wrong with these guys? They just ruined two of my favorite things.”
“Reported to the FBI for domestic terrorism”
“I’m sure they were forced to say it was good…can’t upset the sponsors “
“Further proof that our society needs Jesus”
“You know Anish has eaten some way more funkier Indian food in his day.”
“The ancient rivalry between Mayo and Miracle Whip just intensified yet again.”
“They’re taking the mayo stuff too far”
“Thank God a horse manure company didn’t sponsor this game”
“Duke’s is the nastiest Mayo I’ve ever had. There’s no way this combo is good.”
“That probably tasted disgusting they just didn’t wanna spit it out on live tv”
“Dukes needs to be stopped, this shit is getting out of hand.”
Don’t mess with Oreos and leave the mayo on the ham and swiss, guys.
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