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.