By David Grant
Twitter’s freaking over the newest holiday cup controversy, but not for the reason you think
This is the kind of holiday coffee cup controversy we can really get behind.
Forget Starbucks and the ever-escalating war on Christmas. Over at McDonald’s, some seemingly innocuous holiday cup art has been wildly altered with just a few pen strokes.
And once you see the results, you simply can’t unsee them.
Here’s the original:
— Lake City Police (@LCFlaPD) December 2, 2016
And because life simply wouldn’t be as fun if the world wasn’t filled with creative deviants, here’s the edited version:
Now how the hell are Starbucks cups in the news again and no one’s talking about a guy spreading his cheeks open on McDonald’s cups pic.twitter.com/QmIuZiDJst
— Sam Sykes (@SamSykesSwears) December 11, 2016
We can’t say for sure if the above Tweet was the original source of this holiday mishap, but it’s certainly a popular one. The photo has received over 22,000 likes and 14,000 shares in just two days.
And the Twitterverse is simply enamored:
McDonald’s daring homage to contemporary art. pic.twitter.com/wjNrAz9rI8
— Giovanni Tiso (@gtiso) December 11, 2016
When someone draws fingers on McDonald’s mittens and ‘spreading holiday cheer’ takes on entirely new meaning. Good God. pic.twitter.com/k9DZRiJabf
— Misty Harris (@popcultini) December 11, 2016
That’s all, folks.
This article originally appeared on Queerty
Photo courtesy of Twitter