With restaurants still closed and grocery stores packed to the brim, many people are ordering food online for delivery.
Twitter user khaleesi_101 is one of them. She ordered 1 kilogram (2.2 pounds) of sweet potatoes from a wholesaler — and her request backfired spectacularly.
I ordered 1kg of sweet potatoes from the Wholesalers. They sent one single mutant potato -behold PotatoZilla pic.twitter.com/pWXyXOtAa8
— Naomi (@khaleesi_101) April 30, 2020
Instead of receiving a sack of potatoes that weighs 1 kilogram, she received a single potato the size of the entire bunch.
She named it “PotatoZilla,” of course.
Khaleesi_101 thought the whole situation was pretty funny.
“So unhelpful and probably radioactive,” she wrote in a tweet.
Other Twitter users agreed that the mishap is actually hilarious, and not a loss at all.
“Bet you’re glad you didn’t order 10 kilograms,” one said.
“All hail our new sweet potato overlord,” another wrote.
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