To my carnivore friends out there who love chicken wings: this article is right up your alley. You need this. I NEED THIS.
If you’re a chicken wing enthusiast, you know that there is an art to eating the meat off the bone. Some people become experts at this, kind of de-shelling and eating sunflower seeds.
One Twitter user took it upon himself to come up with a classification system for how much meat you can actually manage to eat off the bones of chicken wings.
The scale runs from 1 to 5.
A 1 looks like only a couple of nibbles were taken off the bone and a 5 looks like a wild animal attacked the wing and devoured it like it was their last meal.
Here, check it out…
I'm a 3 1/2 pic.twitter.com/ZkhsvYe9FT
— jokes only (@ImpHolla) December 4, 2019
The tweet blew up and all kinds of people weighed in with what they believe are their ratings on this newly-created (and critically important) scale.
For instance… this guy says that you couldn’t have left your wing in any sort of shoddy 1 or 2 condition…
Not gonna fake; I’m a straight 3. My husband is a 5. He picks up my slack.
— DeltaMommie (@db_diva) December 6, 2019
And this guy think he’s a 6?
Come on bruh, you don’t do that to EVERY wing.
i'm 6. the one where the bone is not only cleaned but cracked in numerous places as I suck the marrow out.
— Mick Lauer | Eyes-Pirate (@RicepirateMick) December 5, 2019
Somebody else classifies the classification system… and I’m here for it!
4: minimum requirement
3: is a waste
2: the wing fryer gets a free slap
1: lifetime ban from the establishment seriously don’t come back
— Jeaux (@Jeaux90060381) December 5, 2019
For the record, I’m a 4.99 on that scale.
What’s your favorite chicken wing place on the planet? I have to go with The Peanut in Kansas City. Out of this world! And I will add that The Moosehead in Charlotte, North Carolina is pretty damn exceptional, as well.
Tell us your favorites in the comments!