Oreo Bhajiya Or PakOreo Is A THING Now And Netizens Feel The End Of The World Is Near; 'Height Of Cross Hybrid Recipe'

While we are all experimenting in our kitchens during the lockdown, someone seriously came up with Oreo Bhajiya recipe and netizens are losing their minds

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Oreo Bhajiya Or PakOreo Is A THING Now And Netizens Feel The End Of The World Is Near; 'Height Of Cross Hybrid Recipe'
We all have turned master chefs at home with the lockdown giving us all the time in the world to try out new recipes. Social media is filled with posts around food, with people boasting about their cooking skills. Even celebrities are turning to the kitchen and trying out some amazing recipes at home to kill the free time. But now the line has been crossed. Someone invented Oreo Bhajiya and shared the picture of the same on social media. Netizens are losing their minds over it saying the end of the world is near.

With monsoons kicking in, bhajiyas hold a special place and importance in our hearts. However, this new dish seems to have changed the perception of the netizens. A social media user reacting to Oreo Bhajiya or PakOreo wrote, "The end is near....I can see very clearly here...one cannot be more inhuman!!!" Another one said, "Height of cross hybrid recipe ....I would hate it." Someone even wants to unsee it and donate their eyes too. A tweet also read, "Ruined the bhajiya, but they can not ruin Oreo, it is already bad enough."

While most of them appeared to be hating the idea of Oreo Bhajiya, some even came to its rescue. One social media user wrote, "When chocolate sandwich can exist, why not this." Check out the tweets below:














What's your take on this? Would you ever like to try Oreo Bhajiya? Or it's a total No No for ya? Stay tuned to SpotboyE for more. (Also Read: Try These Bollywood Celebrities Haircut Amid Coronavirus Lockdown)



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