A Chicago man who taunted Pop Tarts on Twitter with a mustard laden pastry started a Tweet war that has swept across the county.
The account for @PopTartsUS, known for its snarky, but good-natured responses, hasn't backed down.
The dustup began last week when an Illinois man proclaimed his love for spreading yellow mustard atop his Dunkin’ Donuts Vanilla Latte-flavored Pop-Tarts.
“You guys aint [sic] from Illinois if you don’t put mustard on your poptarts [sic],” wrote the man in a now-deleted Twitter post which also contained a photo of his Pop Tart.
Pop-Tarts retweeted the post and tagged the Illinois State Police Department, asking, “Can you guys handle this[?]”
Since then, Pop Tarts has field Tweets from across the country.
A Tweet from Wisconsin included a photo of a Pop Tart smothered in shredded cheese.
"You're not from Wisconsin if you don't eat your pop tarts like this."
Pop Tarts' reply? "This is rude"
You're not from Wisconsin if you don't eat your pop tarts like this ????@PopTartsUS pic.twitter.com/6J9slnqtG9— Christmas Fish???? (@colinwesolek) December 4, 2017
You're not from Wisconsin if you don't eat your pop tarts like this ????@PopTartsUS pic.twitter.com/6J9slnqtG9
This is rude https://t.co/0cy5iYK4JA— Pop-Tarts (@PopTartsUS) December 4, 2017
This is rude https://t.co/0cy5iYK4JA
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