A dad has sparked a heated debate after ranking Easter egg varieties, placing the Oreo egg firmly in the ‘God tier’ and likening the ever-popular Humpty Dumpty egg to cat vomit.
Bruno Bouchet, from Sydney, shared his ‘definitive’ rankings over Instagram on Easter Saturday before declaring the list to be 100 percent accurate and ‘not up for discussion’.
But his fans couldn’t help but discuss the rankings which put the Caramilk, Old Gold, Kinder Surprise and M&M eggs in the ‘pleb tier’, the second lowest ranking on his scale.
Bruno Bouchet, from Sydney, shared his ‘definitive’ rankings over Instagram on Easter Saturday before declaring the list to be 100 percent accurate and ‘not up for discussion’
‘He is just trolling us now,’ one man said on the post, to which the self-proclaimed ‘list king’ responded ‘how dare you.’
‘Wrong the Adam Sandler tier is the real God tier,’ one man said.
While another woman was proud to represent the pleb tier.
Another fan commented to tell him the Creme Egg tasted like vomit, while others begged for caramel and Caramilk to be moved up on the chart.
And one mum freaked out – realising she had bought her neighbour’s child the Humpty Dumpty, an egg on the bottom of the man’s scale.
But some people did agree with the ranking.
‘Yay, so accurate,’ one woman said.
And another fan said the dad’s ranking meant the two were destined to be friends.
Bruno’s wife even weighed in on the argument.
‘I dunno, not worth the hours you spent locked away in the spare bedroom yesterday and the weird moaning coming from the room but anyways Happy Easter,’ she laughed.
Alongside the Oreo egg in the God tier the dad put the Cadbury Creme egg.
The funnyman’s second rank was nicknamed the royalty tier and home to Darrell Lea’s liquorice egg, the Lindt egg and the Cadbury mini eggs.
Coming in third place, also known as the Adam Sandler tier were hollow eggs, Caramello eggs and Crunchie eggs.
And alongside the Humpty Dumpty in the cat vomit tier was the Wizz Fizz egg.
This isn’t the first time the dad’s controversial rankings have sparked a fierce online debate.
He recently shared his rankings of 17 cuisines from all around the world, with France, Vietnam and Japan taking out the top spots, while popular dishes from India, Italy and Mexico languish at the bottom of the scale.
‘The 100 per cent accurate international cuisine power rankings. Don’t bother commenting, this isn’t up for discussion,’ the self-proclaimed ‘list king’ wrote on Instagram.
Classic escargots, which are French edible snails, was controversially awarded the coveted top spot in the ‘God tier’ category, along with Vietnamese pho [noodle soup] and Lebanese kibbeh [meatballs].
Bruno ‘definitive’ rankings of cusines from all around the world also caused controversy
American fried chicken and Japanese sushi were featured in the second-best ‘royalty tier’, alongside Turkish gozleme.
In the centre of his rankings, Bruno put Australia’s iconic fairy bread, Greek chicken souvlaki, Spanish paella and Thai beef salad in the ‘Adam Sandler tier’, or what he describes as the middle ground of ‘take it or leave it’.
‘When it comes to Aussie food, I need to give a tip of the hat to chicken parmi, the Bunnings snag and lamingtons. I know that by default Aussies are down on themselves culturally… but I gotta call it as I see it,’ Bruno explained.
However, one person quickly pointed out: ‘Chicken parmigiana is Italian.’
The ‘pleb’, also known as the second-lowest tier, consisted of Italian pizza, Korean beef bulgogi bibimbap, Indian curry and British scotch eggs while Chinese san choy bow, Mexican tacos and German chicken Hänchen-schnitzel stood at the bottom of the barrel in the ‘cat vomit’ tier.
Not everyone agreed with Bruno’s rankings, including his friend, a former NRL star, Beau Ryan who urged him to ‘swap French with Chinese before I drive to your house…’
Many were furious with the ‘ridiculous’ list, especially the low placement of their favourite cusines such as Indian, Mexican and Italian.
Bonnie said: ‘You’ve lost my respect mate. Why is American food rated so high? This is so wrong for so many reasons.’
Kath slammed Bruno, saying: ‘Italian on the pleb tier? Are you having a laugh? Hands down the world agrees it’s the best cuisine. You are well and truly cooked. Shame on you.’
An outspoken father has sparked a furious debate after ranking international cuisines from best to worst, describing Mexican food as ‘cat vomit’ and Italian for ‘plebs’
And another added: ‘Love Indian but it kind of all tastes the same. Did a Mexican hurt you in your past life? Because that’s harsh, they deserve to be in the royalty tier.’
Others believed Bruno – who’s from a French background – deliberately put popular cusines like Italian and Mexican at the bottom of the rankings just to rile people up.
‘You’re just trying to get into arguments with this one, aren’t you,’ one wrote.
Surprisingly, some said they agreed with his list.
‘100 per cent with the Chinese, Aussie needs to be cat vomit because I feel we don’t have any food tradition. Also I’m going to be controversial aren’t Lebanese and Turkish kinda the same? All in all another great list,’ one wrote.