If you're a fan of the fruit pineapple, you'll probably know how the fruit comes at the cost of a terrible outer layer, one which you have to struggle through to get to the actual fruit.
Peeling the skin of the fruit usually requires you to be handy with a knife and an elaborate ritual of cutting the skin away to expose the insides.
However, a video going viral on Twitter may be the wake-up call that perhaps we've been doing it wrong all along - that there's a different way to cut pineapple, which isn't your usual way, but perhaps is much easier.
The method shows how pulling at skin breaks off a triangular piece and one can directly eat it and look mum - no knives!
Wait, what? The whole time? The whole time!? THE WHOLE TIME! pic.twitter.com/TO9u6M6pOO— Dennis Naghizadeh (@DenzBenzi) March 8, 2019
Seem strangely easy and somehow that all your efforts separating the fruit from its skin earlier has been a waste? The rest of the Internet is also equally disappointed.
I feel I know nothing about my favorite fruit pic.twitter.com/u2no4wybWN— Blair Scott (@blizzo49) March 8, 2019
Well go and do it now! Upfront of others. Make a change!— Dennis Naghizadeh (@DenzBenzi) March 8, 2019
pic.twitter.com/5a2e2RVYhk— Vivienne Carr (@Vivihen) March 8, 2019
pic.twitter.com/Bz1MUi8Vzt— Eaglebrace (@ArtOfEaglebrace) March 8, 2019
pic.twitter.com/G2Z8mKiclz— Keefers 💀 (@KuddyKills) March 9, 2019
pic.twitter.com/h6c6SfqWZF— ʂıɱơŋ ʂıŋɠıŋɠ ąƖơŋɠ (@PugzuThesaurus) March 8, 2019
I was today years old when I learned how to eat a pineapple— Chad Nichols (@str8pipes) March 8, 2019
People are also trying and testing it out to unsuccessful results.
Just tried it. Fake news. Sore fingers. Kitchen is a mess. It kind of works but it's useless.— Perrete (@ChuchoIT) March 8, 2019
So when you should be eating it. Now I have to google "how to tell when a pineapple is ripe."— Claire (@rebeccaclaire) March 8, 2019
God looking down at us like... pic.twitter.com/L6vNM8n2Vj— Turbo Security (@ChallengeRewind) March 9, 2019
My life is a lie! pic.twitter.com/R6z5iKgMJn— Memes Work (@MemesWork) March 8, 2019
Requesting video of how to eat a cucumber in sections... not seeing it in google...skeptical.— Jami (@empressov) March 9, 2019
@MJMcKean this is a snack pineapple. They are a smaller, sweeter pineapple. Readily available in Okinawa, Japan. Okinawa is also the home of every B Movie monster ever. Worth your time.— Leah Magid (@LeahMagid) March 9, 2019
All we'd like to say to this new 'hack' is: process with caution. With, or without a knife.