A SCOT has gone viral after referring to beans on toast as ‘1,000 men on a raft’.

The crazy name change has been slated by punters after a tweet was shared quite a few instances on-line.

 The screenshots were posted on Twitter


The screenshots had been posted on Twitter

Twitter person @jackandersonxx7 posted a screenshot of a message from a woman who had given the favored meal a bizarre title.

She then defined what the time period meant by displaying off her plate of beans on toast for dinner.

@jackandersonxx7 posted the hilarious screenshots with the caption: “Av no just seen sumc*** call beans on toast 1,000 men on a raft.”

The tweet has racked up over three,000 retweets and almost 20,000 likes .

 The Scots punter has been slated for her name change


The Scots punter has been slated for her name change

Twitter customers have been fast to decide the name change as they waded in on the feedback part.

One wrote: “That’s disgusting I am fuming.”

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Another wrote: “Jesus Christ that’s ridiculous.”

A 3rd added: “I’m calling it this from now on.”

And a fourth stated: “That’s just not okay.”

Others argued that the dish is definitely referred to as ‘pores and skin heads on a raft’.

We instructed you earlier how Scots punters had been divided on-line after the creation of a haggis, cheese and chips roll.

Some could not abdomen the concept, merely commenting “boke”.

While some couldn’t wait to get caught into the brand new look roll.

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