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A U.S. Open Fan Was Caught On Camera Dipping Some Food Into Her Coke—And The Internet Had Lots Of Feelings 🤢

US Open/ESPN 2 video, @JSB_TV/Twitter

Are you a fan of condiments? Maybe you like to have some ketchup or mustard on your fries. You might be a fan of relish on your hot dog. Well, how about your Coca-Cola with your chicken? No??? Weirdo.

An unknown woman was caught on camera by ESPN dipping her entire chicken finger in a tall glass of soda in front of her child.

And the internet is pretty NOT okay with the whole thing.

Most of us have a friend that puts their french fries in their ice cream, or ketchup on pizza, or likes mayonnaise for some indiscernible reason, but this is truly one giant leap for mankind. We know they go well together, but since when is coke a dipping sauce?

Of course, some people are curious:

And some people say "live and let live":

But for the most part, we're all on the same horrified page.

Seems like some people just want to watch the world burn.

H/T: Mashable, Twitter

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