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Woman Horrifies The Internet After Showing Off Her Hack For Cooking Steak In A Toaster

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In case you’ve lost track of time, the pandemic has now dominated U.S. life for nine months.

Covid-19, widespread demands for social justice, and a historic presidential election have already placed 2020 firmly in the history books.

And when future historians look back on this time, perhaps they’ll recall another 2020 phenomenon: people relentlessly bored at home sharing bizarre acts on social media.

Take TikTok user @itsmeju1iette, for example. At first glance, her history of video posts may look like your garden-variety collection of cooking hacks.

But her content has been anything but average.

Recently, she managed to attract nearly 11 million views and enrage what seemed like half the internet with a single 10-second video clip.

How? She cooked a steak in the toaster, of course. Feast your eyes. 

@itsmeju1ietteCooking steak for my boyfriend ❤️🥩 ##foryou ##cooking ##chef♬ It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas – Perry Como & The Fontane Sisters – 🎄🎄🎄

A hefty majority of the post’s 65,000 comments immediately deemed her toasted turf method an act of utter blasphemy.

These people were downright livid―and remarkably protective of beef.  

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Others quickly moved beyond the toaster travesty and slammed her for a whole different reason. 

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And a few people called in the big guns.

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It’s worth noting that the toasted steak was not this young woman’s first offensive cooking maneuver.

She’s also cooked bacon and eggs with a straightening iron, a cheeseburger with a steam press iron, and hot dogs in a clothes dryer.

With virus case numbers surging and colder weather coming fast, people will be spending as much time indoors as ever.

Goodness knows what strange cooking creations have yet to come our way.

Eric Spring

Written by Eric Spring

Eric Spring lives in New York City. He has poor vision and cooks a good egg. Most of his money is spent on live music and produce. He usually wears plain, solid color sweatshirts without hoods because he assumes loud patterns make people expect something big. Typically, he'll bypass a handshake and go straight for the hug.