I am all for innovation but I have to ask, is this going too far?

It's the season for tamales and chocolate Abuelita- and while we all know where to get our fix, whether it be the Food King parking lot or your favorite grocery store, I am always on the lookout of where to get my next fix. (My current obsession is sweet tamales, so if anyone knows where I can get some, let a sister know!)

While scrolling through the depths of social media I came across this creation; behold: Bundt Cake Tamales!

It kind of looks like a little tamal volcano!

I don't know how I feel about this yet. But I looked towards to comments and, well, not many were impressed.

No empiezen con sus pendejadas.

That was the most liked comment which translates to: "Don't start with your bulls*it"

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It's weird, right? It's a Bundt cake shaped tamal, who asked for this?! I'm a firm believer of "if it ain't broke, don't fix it!" so what would motivate someone to even create this?! It's the holidays, and I know people want to set themselves apart from the norm, but I don't know if this was the right move.

Someone really was just sitting around and thought "you know, tamales are not in the shape I like, maybe they will be better if they were shaped like a Bundt cake!"

This is criminal. This a hate crime right here.

I don't know if this could go so far as to be considered a hate crime, but it's definitely up there with putting ketchup on your tamales (don't get me started!)

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