No salad deserves to be imprisoned in a wine glass.
When someone decided to make a SpongeBob themed egg salad.
Which tbf is actually pretty damn good as far as egg salad art goes.
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And when this was a restaurant’s idea of a salad.
When this work canteen had a very loose interpretation of a salad.
When this takeout salad came looking just a little bare.
When someone in ’70s came up with the concept of a salad surprise.
When this Caesar salad tried acting all posh.
When someone decided to fill a bath up with crab salad for some completely unknown reason.
When a school dished up this taco salad with a straight face.
And when this Caesar salad was served at an airport.
*’90s comedian voice* Airline food, am I right?
When this salad came awkwardly placed in mason jar.
When this dish called a “candle salad” was popular in America from the 1920s right up until the 1960s.
Here’s the ingredients for anyone wanting to make their own: lettuce, pineapple, banana, cherry, and either mayonnaise or cottage cheese for the umm, discharge.
When this panini was served up with the world’s saddest side salad.
When a tomato-heavy salad came in a sink.
When this monstrosity showed up on a recipe card.
When someone though salad could do with the ice cream treatment.
And when this fluorescent green coleslaw salad was birthed into existence.