Ever heard of an "untrustworthy Pop-Tart"? Basically, it's a person who may or may not have faked a photo for internet clout. Redditors coined the phrase after seeing this post, which ~might~ be real...or the OP may have just opened another pack of Pop-Tarts and put a third one in here:
"I found 3 pop tarts in my pack of 2 pop tarts"
"Because you didn’t just switch them yourself..."
The person who definitely didn't just pour out each can's contents and switch 'em
"Why is the plastic open?"
The person who at least could've tried to hide the torn plastic
The person who couldn't possibly have ordered nuggets on the side
The person whose friend totally works at a dealership and didn't just take these pics themself
The person who ran really fast, promise
The person whose belt was so [email protected]$$ that they scared off a guy with a simple "glaze"
"Yeah they give a [email protected]#t about what you order"
The person who was insulted by a pizzeria...or just taped a $5 bill to a box
"Looks to me like you are working at Wendy’s and you took the photo at the prep station. “Untrustworthy Nugget”"
The person who didn't even move the food off the assembly line to take a pic
"Puts headphones on a dog and tells outlandish lies about it"
The person who just had the cutest oopsie
The person who definitely didn't order these mugs specifically for this photo
"3-year-old cooking prodigy"
The person whose toddler is out here making omelets and grilling cherry tomatoes
"Then how did you write the date"
The person who still wrote May
"My little bro totally ripped my expensive, rare card. Here's the back of it as proof."
The person who didn't want to show us the front of the very rare card, probably because our hearts couldn't take it
"They put heavy on a box with two bottles...right..."
The person who maybe should've removed the "heavy" sticker to make this more believable
"And the restaurant is making these orders and delivering them..."
And finally, the person who did not, under any circumstances, simply order four mac 'n' cheeses