Unless you are blessed enough to be hiding under a rock, you've probably heard about the terrible things people have been doing to lattes lately, like serving them in avocados.
I regret to inform you that it doesn't stop there.
No, friends, a cafe called Local's Corner has created something debatably even more despicable than the avolatte.
It's called a carrotte, or a carrot latte, and it sounds EVEN MORE tragic than it looks.
It all started when the coffee shop posted this outlandish thing on Instagram on June 4:
There's one bright side to this (only one): Nobody besides Local's Corner has posted a photo on social media of the carrot latte, meaning that we can all safely believe that nobody has ordered this god-awful thing at the Australian cafe.
Even better, cafe owner Vanja Butina told Daily Mail Australia that the nasty beverage is not exactly practical, so they just made it to have a laugh.
"It would be very hard to drink out of because it doesn't hold coffee well," she explained to Daily Mail Australia.
The amount of space you get when you hollow out a carrot is tiny, so you need super-strong coffee. Plus -- and this is even worse than paying a bunch of money for a little sip of garbage carrot coffee -- the carrot actually LEAKS once it's filled with coffee. GROSS.
By the way, this isn't the first produce-coffee hybrid abomination that these people have crafted.
In February, they served coffee in a hollowed out apple, and the world wept.
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And it looks like they make avolattes there too.
"We just like doing different things, we've being doing a few of these, one with an apple, one with an avocado, this week was a carrot and next week we will do something different," Butina said.
I shudder to think what's going to happen next week. Lettuce? Pumpkin? Grapes?
Actually, wait … don't tell me.