If you haven’t named a snake after your ex, or are too creeped out of cockroaches, you still have a chance to get back at your past lovers by visiting a cafe in the heart of Bengaluru.
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If you haven’t named a snake after your ex, or are too creeped out of cockroaches, you still have a chance to get back at your past lovers by visiting a cafe in the heart of Bengaluru and doing what they are asking you to do – all for a free dessert.
This Valentine’s Day, Koramangala’s RoundUp Cafe is inviting guests to burn their ex’s photo for a free dessert. Yep. The cafe took to its Instagram page to inform the party goers of their unique offer. “Take the excitement of valentine’s day to next level as we present to you the ultimate dare. Get FREE dessert if you Burn your Ex’s picture on Valentine’s day!” RoundUp Cafe wrote on its Insta page.
The cafe also apparently ran a Valentine Day ad campaign on the platform which caught the eye of this furious Twitter user.
Just came across this Ad on Instagram from RoundUp Cafe in Koramangala. It says this Valentine’s day, Burn your Ex’s picture for a dessert. WHAT THE FU*K! Who came up with this idea? pic.twitter.com/jFz92cerKd
— Gnanashekar (@Gnanashekar) February 13, 2019
But if burning isn’t your thing or you simply have a valentine, the cafe is also offering a free photoshoot for you and your beloved partner.
And if you have somehow found yourself in America, popular restaurant chain Hooters is giving you a chance to forget your ex in exchange of 10 boneless chicken wings. In the offer, you can choose to “Shred, burn, bury or darts” your ex’s pic.
Know what’s gratifying? Destroying a pic of your ex…. and getting 10 free boneless wings for it (when you buy any 10). Only question is: Shred. Burn, Bury or Darts? 💔 https://t.co/jpVZHfKCTl #ShredYourEx #ValentinesDay pic.twitter.com/TTMrY6KH3O
— Hooters (@Hooters) February 11, 2019
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