Chip Gaines Posted 1 Photo and Unexpectedly Started an Uproar

God Updates | God Updates | Wednesday, August 22, 2018
Chip Gaines Posted 1 Photo and Unexpectedly Started an Uproar

Chip Gaines Posted 1 Photo and Unexpectedly Started an Uproar


A Chip Gaines car seat photo has sparked loads of debate on social media. But the outrage has nothing to do with the car seat/stovetop combo. Instead, it’s the nearby pan of cornbread getting all the attention!Car seat safety is definitely no laughing matter. But Chip Gaines couldn’t help but chuckle when he noticed his baby boy’s empty car seat sitting on top of the stove, presumably left there by Joanna.

With the stove turned off and infant son, Crew Gaines, nowhere near the kitchen appliance, there was never any real danger. Still, Chip decided to give Joanna a bit of light-hearted ribbing.

Chip snapped a photo and shared it on Twitter.

“If you've read my book #capitalGaines you know I'm NO child safety specialist, but even I know this can't be a good place for a car seat,” read the caption of the Chip Gaines car seat photo.

Fans started replying right away. But it wasn’t the car seat that had them riled up.

Chip was being his usual cut up. But I’d be willing to bet he had no idea his cornbread cut out would stir up such a social media frenzy!

Chip Gaines Car Seat Photo Has Fans Outraged

Forget the car seat. Fans were completely distracted by the neighboring pan of cornbread, specifically the huge chunk missing from the middle.

Apparently, there’s a right way and a wrong way to cut into cornbread. And many Fixer Upper fans feel the Gaines’ are doing it the wrong way!

“What sort of monster cuts out the middle first?” one mortified Twitter user asked.

Some folks argued over whether the pan held cornbread or an unfrosted cake.

Others found fault with the fact that the cornbread was cooked in a glass pan rather than a cast iron skillet.

And others came to the defense of middle-piece lovers everywhere!

Chip has yet to reply to the great cornbread debate, but one thing is for sure. Whether you love or hate the edges of cake or cornbread, the replies to this photo are certainly entertaining.

What’s your take on the best way to cut into a pan of cornbread?

This story originated on GodUpdates. Used with permission.

Photo courtesy: Facebook

Comments