Tiny pasta dishes at the Kardashian-Barker wedding

They say size doesn’t matter, but it really does, especially if you’ve already gone to extreme lengths to avoid any food to prepare your stomach for the feast of a lifetime by creating the perfect environment for your taste buds. ahh portions of food the size of sushi rolls, crushed under the enormous weight of other foods because you only had one bag to bring home all the groceries.

At least that’s how some people felt after seeing Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker’s wedding dinners, which were gourmet meals with appropriately tiny portions because that’s how Italian gourmet cuisine works, but that didn’t stop people from picking sides and roasting live. hell.

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The peak of Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker’s wedding just happened and people on the internet can’t stop talking about it.

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So, congratulations to Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker, who tied the knot. May 15, 2022 (officially), but the festivities have been going on for several days, which looks like a very generous celebration from all sides, peaking at this sunday.

The couple dated for about a year before getting engaged last October and finally making it official earlier this month. And if you need context Kourtney Kardashian is a media personality and model, and Travis Barker Drummer best known for his work with Blink-182.

In addition to families on both sides, the guest list included Megan Fox, Machine Gun Kelly, Mark Hoppus, Simon Hack, Sarah Howard, Ally Rizzo Sartiano, Carl Dawson and many more.

And by “it” I mean the tiny portions of pasta that was present at the wedding.

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And while the Internet was reacting to the whole event, as it usually is on the Internet, nothing caused such a reaction as the portions of food at the Sunday event in Castello Brown in Portofino, Italy.

Now that everyone loves to bully the Kardashians for many reasons, and slicing cucumber thing doesn’t really help, all things considered, portion sizes have become a point of contention due to one side frying them effectively while the other side says it’s okay.

As soon as Kylie shared photos of food, opinions on the Internet were divided on whether to make fun of her or love her.

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But let’s dive deeper. Kylie Jenner has been in the know by livestreaming and sharing stories on Instagram, covering much of what’s going on over the Sunday holidays. One thing in particular that caught the internet’s attention is an IG story showing an extremely small serving of pasta placed in the dead center of what appears to be Dolce & Gabbana’s colorful plates.

How small was he? Imagine a thick sushi roll. That’s all.

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Well, half the internet has taken it upon itself to find creative ways to fry this highly sophisticated Italian dish ad infinitum, with comments ranging from people wondering if it’s possible to pay hundreds of dollars to “starve to death” to questions “can pasta be a noun?” in the singular” to “at least the plates are pretty.”

In short, the tiny portions were followed by witty but wild comments.

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But there was also a voice of reason explaining that this is real gourmet cuisine in places like Italy and France, maybe not even a meal, but in some cases an appetizer. Plus, portions are never as big as they are in places like the US.

Others pointed out that this is what “night pasta” looks like – a kind of snack that Italians eat after parties, when it’s getting late. But it’s not just that it was just one of the many dishes at the wedding, a 3 course dinner is standard so it’s not like it was all they ate.

But not everyone wittily toasted tiny portions, as there were people who came forward to enlighten the uninformed.

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Be that as it may, photos of tiny portions of pasta have been hyped around the internet, resulting in one of the most successful tweets on this occasion, Amelia Perrin has amassed over 440,000 likes, almost 35,000 retweets, and over 17,000 quoted tweets. Yes, this news was that large.

So what do you think about this? Do you have a genius portion roast, or are you more of a “how dare you insult high end cuisine” person and are willing to defend pasta tapas at the cost of your life? Let us know in the comments section below!

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