Woman posts pic of her 'medium rare' chicken recipe, internet collectively pukes.

Woman posts pic of her 'medium rare' chicken recipe, internet collectively pukes.
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Sharing your home-cooked meals is a hallmark of social media, but it also carries some risks. Not as many risks as eating raw chicken, but still—it can be embarrassing. Just ask Morgan Jane Gibbs, who celebrated a successful dinner on January 5 by posting a photo of her new creation: medium rare chicken strips.

Just made chicken medium rare chicken strips. They're so good can't believe ive neever tried it like this before. Can't...

Posted by Morgan Jane Gibbs on Thursday, January 5, 2017

Here's a closeup, just in case you managed not to lose your lunch.

Commenters immediately jumped in to try and save her life.

Woman posts pic of her 'medium rare' chicken recipe, internet collectively pukes.
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Woman posts pic of her 'medium rare' chicken recipe, internet collectively pukes.
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Woman posts pic of her 'medium rare' chicken recipe, internet collectively pukes.
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Of course, they were ignoring the fact that this post is almost definitely a joke. How do we know?

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Exhibit A: She's not dead.
Exhibit B: There's nothing "medium rare" about that chicken. That stuff is straight out of the slaughterhouse.
Exhibit C: The following comment, "liked" by Gibbs herself.

Woman posts pic of her 'medium rare' chicken recipe, internet collectively pukes.
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Wait, we weren't supposed to try it? Uh oh…

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