Internet shreds US man's untimely complaint about lack of cheese on wife's fajitas

Sometimes a girl just needs grated cheese on a fajita.
Sometimes a girl just needs grated cheese on a fajita. Photo credit: Getty/Twitter.

The internet has been a fraught place of split viewpoints throughout the hellhole of 2020, with online arguments raging over everything from the handling of COVID-19, to the Black Lives Matter movement. 

But luckily we've all managed come together on one thing: To absolutely rip into a Texan woman despairing over the lack of cheese on her fajitas, in what most be the most 'first world problem' we've seen.

The woman's husband, Jason Vicknair, posted an image of his forlorn-looking wife on Twitter this week, in a now-deleted post. 

In the heartbreaking tweet which was screenshotted by Eater, Vicknair complained about the service at a Mexican restaurant in Dallas. 

"My wife, date night after 3+ months locked up on quarantine. Waiting for shredded cheese as it's the only way she can eat fajitas," he wrote. 

"We've asked four people, going on 18 minutes now. Just unreal...We gotta quit blaming COVID-19 for crappy service." 

Internet shreds US man's untimely complaint about lack of cheese on wife's fajitas
Photo credit: Twitter/Jason Vicknair.

Look, I get it. The woman wants cheese - that is a mood I can understand. 

But the sheer despair on her face compared to the rest of what's happening in the world meant the internet was forced to poke a little fun at the situation, in a series of quality tweets. 

"I love the line 'it's the only way she can eat fajitas'. What does that even mean???? I adore cheese, but is it truly the only way?" one person fairly questioned.

Others pointed out that with over 5000 new cases of COVID-19 confirmed in Texas over the weekend, of course the restaurant was going to be understaffed.

Vicknair told a local blog his wife was "pissed off" at the photo being posted on Twitter, and made him remove it. 

But he defended his stance on the cheese. 

"Let's get this out of the way. It's very normal to put cheese on fajitas," he argued. 



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