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“People born in the 2000s are placing food orders now:” Zomato’s Fun Thread

There isn’t a single human being who hasn’t thrown a tantrum and cried for a treat when they were a kid, whether it was chocolate or ice cream. To go out and have a snack, the majority of us would need to ask our parents’ permission, while the rest of us would either muster the bravery or stay home hungry.
Everything has changed significantly since the introduction of food delivery services. Children as young as elementary school age are becoming regular customers of internet food delivery services and may be spotted placing orders for everything from samosas to birthday cakes. Touching upon this, Zomato released an entertaining Twitter message that generated many hilarious replies from followers. “Millennials are putting in meal orders,” the tweet read.
Zomato’s official Twitter account regularly features hilarious culinary jokes that have many people in stitches. Earlier, it had posted a parody about the chaos on Twitter after Elon Musk, a billionaire, bought the site.
Both cooked and uncooked spaghetti are shown in the post’s accompanying images. In this analogy, the straight, cooked spaghetti represents “Twitter before Elon Musk,” while the knotted one reflects the social media platform after Musk took over as CEO.
A commenter on the post commented, “Good one, Zomato,” among other responses. A third person posted a photo of instant noodles with the caption, “Twitter after Elon Musk retires.”

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