Woman divides Twitter with ‘evil’ food storage technique: 'This is terrifying'

Morgan Greenwald

A woman is sending the Twitterverse into a frenzy all thanks to the way she opens packaged bread.

According to the offender’s husband, Twitter user AmbJohnBolton, she likes to rip bags of bread open in the middle so that they can’t be closed again.

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“This is how my wife opens bread,” AmbJohnBolton said, sharing a photo of a completely destroyed bag. Just looking at the photo of so much soon-to-be stale bread makes the Virgo in me want to explode.

Evidently, I’m not the only one disturbed by AmbJohnBolton’s wife and her “evil” way of opening a loaf of bread.

“You gotta get a divorce, I’m sorry,” one person said after seeing the pictures.

“That is not normal behaviour,” another person added, reiterating that AmbJohnBolton should “divorce her.”

“This is terrifying. Please don’t breed,” a third person joked.

Somehow, AmbJohnBolton’s wife isn’t the only one who opens bread this way. In the comments, some people noted that either they or their relatives also rip open bags of bread like this.

Remember when people just used bread boxes? Those were the days.

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