We’ve all seen grazing boards and platters, piled high with meats, cheese, antipasti and more.
But have you ever seen a pasta grazing table?
This was something one woman recently made – much to the outrage of social media users.
The woman, named Erin, shared a video of her creation on TikTok.
In the clip, she says: “Y’all have heard of nacho table, I raise you pasta table.”
She proceeds to spread tin foil over a dining table, before covering the surface in different types of cooked pasta and slices of garlic bread – for people to help themselves to.
The video has garnered a lot of attention, being viewed more than one million times.
In the age of coronavirus and social distancing, people who saw the clip were unimpressed and thought it was a sure fire way for people to spread germs.
One person commented: “And that’s called virus table spread.”
“Covid-19 has entered the chat,” wrote a second.
Another said: “So we’re just going to forget about plates now?”
Others were just generally against the idea, saying it made them want to “vomit”.
“My grandmother would be rolling in her grave if I ever did this,” proclaimed a fourth.
Someone else replied: “I’m gonna vom.”
However not everyone disliked the idea of a pasta table, with some saying they wanted to try it for themselves.
A different user responded that they thought it was “much better than a nacho table”.
A second pointed out: “Y’all so judgmental – it’s just something different that they enjoy doing as a family.”
“People need to do this when they’re having a lazy day and don’t wanna do dishes,” admitted a third user.
“This is my dream,” added another.