For the love of God can we please stop telling people to pack salad in mason jars for desk lunches?— Kinsey Gidick (@Kinsey_Gidick) June 8, 2017
Okay, but then you take the salad OUT of the mason jar to eat it, right? #masonjarsalad procedure confuses me.— Maria E. Andreu (@WriterSideofM) September 23, 2017
I cringe each time I see someone wrastling (yes, wrastling) with a fork, trying to poke a cherry tomato out of those things.— Kinsey Gidick (@Kinsey_Gidick) June 8, 2017
I did it once and I was like how? do? I? eat this?— Amanda Coyne (@AmandaCCoyne) June 8, 2017
It's maddening. It's too difficult to eat salad properly through mason jars! Get a bowl like a real person, you hipsters!— Christina Workin' (@IntroToGeek) June 8, 2017
Seriously no one thinks you're hip and trendy for packing ur salad in a mason jar— sam (@samlucasss) August 12, 2016
I think the mason jar salads are just a pinterest thing. No one eats them. They seem impractical as hell.— Weirdo With Internet (@JuicyTidbit) May 24, 2017
I want to see a video of someone eating from one— Stephanie (@shhtephyy) September 23, 2017
I'll say it, eating shit out of a mason jar is not practical. Why is it a thing?— Father Bob (@Bobby552011) September 11, 2017
NO ONE REALLY EATS MASON JAR SALAD— fireMoon (@scorpiosunqueen) February 22, 2017
Only good thing I've ever had to come out of a mason jar is Moonshine— Faith (@mamazboyz3) September 23, 2017
As much as we wanted to love this trend, we have to admit these Twitter users have a point.
- This article originally appeared on HuffPost.