Do you always find yourself torn over whether to order a Chinese takeaway or simply smash back a few 20p Wham Bars? Well, today might well be your lucky day.
A pioneering Chinese takeaway named Rice Bowl Derry in Northern Ireland now offers a ‘Whammy Bammy Chow Mein’ on its menu, poetically described as ‘soft noodles with Wham Bar’.
Images of the £4.50 dish show exactly what you would expect, with pieces of the pink, chewy, sherbet-filled sweet that are top notch at wrecking teeth placed on top of a traditional Chow Mein.
The restaurant announced the latest addition to its menu on Facebook, claiming it was added due to ‘popular demand’, which remains highly debated in the thousands of comments below.
Somewhat unsurprisingly, the post quickly went viral and it turns out not everyone was over the moon about it as one person replied: “Seriously just what the f*** is the score here! This should be illegal to treat wham bars like this!!!”
A second wrote: “Not being funny but you’d have to be off your nut to demand this”, and a third added: “Get in the f***ing sea.”
But others were more open to the idea, as one commented: “Just me thinks that looks class then?”
And one even jokingly left a review, stating: “Tasty enough but the wham bar was overcooked, bit chewy.”
The rest we’ll have to leave out because they were a bit angry.
The negative feedback will likely be water off a duck’s back for Rice Box Derry, however, as it is no stranger to controversy after it posted an epic rant on social media at the beginning of the year.
It said delivery drivers had become fed up of knocking on doors only to hear a raging shouting match from inside trying to work out who it could possibly be as they stood in the cold.
It wrote: “It’s hardly the TV licence man or NIE looking for Magnets at this time of night!!!!
“This doesn’t apply to all my lovely customers (only a very limited number).
“So, if you don’t answer your door then I am going to stop knocking on your door & I am going to f knock it in.”