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Andy Cohen and Padma Lakshmi Weigh in on Twitter's Raging Bagel Debate — With 2 Very Different Opinions
The WWHL host is from St Louis, where the whole bagel controversy first started.
Before we share Andy Cohen's opinion on the great bagel debate, here's a quick refresher on the social-media phenomenon. So grab your lox, your cream cheese, and study up:
The whole thing began in St Louis, where an unsuspecting Twitter user shared his hack for meeting-friendly bagels. (Not too exciting a premise — but just wait.) Showing a photo of sliced bagels, the user proudly wrote: "Today I introduced my coworkers to the St. Louis secret of ordering bagels bread sliced. It was a hit!"
Well, it might have been a hit with Lorna in accounting. But people on the internet had varying feelings about the matter.
Take a peek at the photo of the bread:
Now, know that comments included sentiments like these: "I'm going to lose my f--king mind this should be a goddamn felony why the F--k would you do THIS I'm literally furious and I want to call the f---ing SWAT team," and "I believe this is a Class A felony in New York City. And if its not, it should be."
OK, so back to Andy. Since the Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen host is both a St Louis native and a New Yorker, he surely has some strong feelings on the matter — right? Eh, not really.
When a fan contacted Andy via Twitter to ask, "Can you please weigh in on the big St. Louis bagel slicing controversy?!" here's what Andy had to say:
People sure do get testy about their bagels.