There's no implired right to privacy when you attend a sporting event.
So even though Alexa Greenfield told her nephews not to tell anyone that she's dipping her chicken fingers in soda, we found out.
All of us.
Twitter was aghast, but I'm thinking, what's the big deal? Of course, I grew up with people who dropped salted peanuts into a Coke... so it doesn't faze me to see someone mixing sweet and salty.
Can't quite wrap my mind around drinking the soda, though... but she tells the New York Post it's just for dipping, not for drinking... so there's that.
When it comes to crimes of the palate, this — according to many observers — is as gross as it gets https://t.co/uGhP25jTkC— New York Post (@nypost) September 5, 2018
Here are just a few of the shocked reax on Twitter...
Dipping them in a chocolate shake is debatable, but this is just plain wrong. pic.twitter.com/fUln3FpJIq— Greg Kelly (@gregrkelly) September 4, 2018
It’s this US Open travesty all over again. pic.twitter.com/tPCsFaP7wS— T_M_G (@TM_Gardi) September 3, 2018
She must be related to Michael. pic.twitter.com/gw8hS4DToy— Ian Cruickshank (@iccruickshank69) September 3, 2018