Get your mouth ready for this limp, gray meat.
Munchies, a food blog by Vice, posted this tweet on Sunday:
What the hell is that, you ask? Only the end of these United States, that's what.
NY "BBQ" vs Cali "BBQ" pic.twitter.com/oxmZxDn53o— StillOutcheaMike (@JustMDSJr) March 4, 2018
A simple slab of meat began a war amongst states.
Texas BBQ better than both https://t.co/x1ID9kQ2vz— marc (@MGarcia_Rhodes) March 4, 2018
It’s clear Brooklyn has no business cooking “barbeque.” But what exactly does good BBQ look like? Texans soon did what they do best: jump into a conversation uninvited and brag about how great Texas is.
This is what a BBQ plate should look like. pic.twitter.com/Hk71rXTGck— George Merritt (@gsm1060) March 4, 2018
And here are the shoes of said individual who cooked the food pic.twitter.com/KosgrUeUjT— M’BakuChallenge Judge (@clifftothemound) March 4, 2018
You hand somebody a BBQ plate like this in Texas and you liable to get clapped. And rightfully so https://t.co/qNBt97zGA1— #FreeRiceCritic (@TylerTexas19) March 4, 2018
Austinites, in their never-ending quest to be cooler than Brooklyn, weighed in.
The Brooklyn tray is emptier than a West Texas landscape.
I fully admit BBQ snobs are the worst, but Brooklyn gotta step up their game if they want to claim superiority. One is Texas BBQ, one is a hipster tray. Which is which? pic.twitter.com/vW5amxYBRW— Eric Vespe (@EricVespe) March 4, 2018
The outrage was bipartisan. Even Sen. Ted Cruz’s social media staff took a break from liking porn tweets to comment.
Bless your hearts. https://t.co/TqcmuTA05j— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) March 4, 2018