Boastful Brits are lining up to have their unusual junk food quirks brutally slated on a new Facebook group.
Kebabs, pizzas, curries and even fry-ups are being judged on Rate My Takeaway.
But proud eaters are facing a fierce backlash and comical comebacks over their culinary choices.
One – called Leanne L – posted a snap of her super spicy kebab which had eleven giant Jalapeno peppers on top.
Leanne L’s spicy chicken Kebab with a topping of eleven jalapeno peppers on a layer of barely visible chicken and chips
Colin Barnes responded to Leanne’s Kebab: ‘Santiago called, it wants it’s country back.’
Steve Brown commented: ‘Johnny Cash called to say that is a ring of fire.’
Ryan Palmer joked: ‘Nice! That’s a decent ratio of kebab to peppers.’
Jason Porter quipped: ‘Sneaky feeling you might s**t the bed.’
Proud Mike M uploaded a photo of his unappetizing takeaway Full English in a carton.
Dave Bache posted a comment on the group which has quickly amassed 97,000 followers.
He said: ‘Breakfast to go*.in the f*****g bin.
Mike M’s breakfast to go which was met with disgust on ‘rate my takeaway’ Facebook group as people questioned the brown ooze at the bottom of the container
A controversial combination: Camilla R showed off her ham and banana pizza
Another John Kerr joked: ‘Cut out the middleman, just flush it down the toilet.’
Camila R bragged about her odd pizza topping choice of banana.
But Paul Butler said: ‘Who the f**k puts ham on a banana pizza?’
Trev R posted a snap of his midweek lunch made up of a kebab, chips and a can of Coke.
Alexandra Holloway panned him saying: ‘It’s 1pm on a Tuesday, everything ok at home hun?’
Trev R’s weekday lunch of kebab, chips and a can of coke, which led some to question his welfare and why he was eating such a meal at 1pm on a Tuesday
Adam L showed of his curry which looked more like dog food.
Charlotte Kelly was quick to point it out saying: ‘Mmmm Winalot and rice with a naan.’
The group comes hot on the heels of Rate My Plate which judging home-cooked food.
It has amassed 1.9million followers.
It was made famous after Carol C was slammed for her sloppy fry-up.
Adam L’s curry attracted some unpleasant comparisons with one user posting a ‘stool chart’ to help Adam identify his food. Another questioned why he was eating on the bathroom floor
Another thoughtful comparison likened Adam’s curry with a brand of dog food