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Let's Talk About This Cursed Image Of A Caffeinated Monster-Brand Ham

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Posted on November 1, 2018, at 5:12 p.m. ET

Some Twitter users recently came across a perplexing image of caffeinated, Monster-branded ham sandwich meat.

“White people dont have culture” OK THEN EXPLAIN THIS

Immediately they began wondering, What in the ham?!

I HAVE A LOT OF QUESTIONS https://t.co/aRfFSoXLOI

And people went ham on the jokes.

This maybe the whitest thing I have ever seen https://t.co/OwxcWbspAq

They were porkin' ridiculous.

Just wait until they find a way to combine Rip-Its and beef jerky into the same snack. https://t.co/Q6Nn06Kzgq

Well, I'm here to tell you all to take a deep breath, because the Monster ham is not real.

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The image is watermarked with the username of Adam the Creator, who's known to make fake images, and Momus, a meme-making app.

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Neither Monster Energy nor Adam Padilla immediately responded to BuzzFeed News' request for comment.

There are also no hams listed as a product on the official Monster Energy website.

Sorry to disappoint you, gamers.

so if eat this would it make me better at #BlackOps4? that's what I'm getting at 🤣 https://t.co/u0u1pJOc8x

I would also like to issue a second apology for my ham-fisted jokes.

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