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15 pictures of food that will make every Irish person cringe

This will not do.

1. Feast your eyes on this barely believable “Irish Car Bomb cupcake”

2. Look at this “Irish breakfast roll”

BU2eEDsCIAA7xEd Source: Twitter/@LuuceHaart

3. And this tempting can of assorted veg, meat and gravy labelled “Irish Stew”

Goblin_Irish_Stew_390g Source: fthumb

4. Here’s a steaming bowl of ”Tayto Cheese & Onion soup”

onionsoup Source: Simon Lambert & Sons/Tayto

5. Presenting this spice bag

tragic Source: Spice Bag Appreciation Facebook

THIS IS NOT HOW IT’S SUPPOSED TO BE.

6. Who could forget chocolate new potatoes

7. This chicken fillet roll, lovingly served

filletroll Source: Twitter

8. Behold the sausage roll… with no sausage

CcKysRaXIAEiCvR Source: al_howell

9. And another attempt at a homemade breakfast roll

*cringe*

10. Around March 17th every year, some creations pop up that would keep you up at night

coddlepizza Source: Mashable

deli Source: Mashable/Twitter

11. The most confusing labels can shake you to your very core

porktime Source: Imgur

Is this real life?

12. A more sorry excuse for a crisp sandwich, you’ll never see

13. When you go for the shamrock cupcake but get one leaf too many

14. Presenting: Irish coddle from your nightmares

Tonight's dinner, which has been simmering away all day 😊 #IrishCoddle #coddle #getinmybelly

A post shared by Jen Clark (@jenjenclark) on

15. And wedges that just scream: “please, put us out of our misery in that lovely bin over there”

wedges Source: Twitter

*curls up in a ball*

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