A mysterious “soup daddy” has been sending unwanted soup to their neighbor, and the internet is cracking up at the creepy notes he sends using the Seamless app.
Each order of soup is addressed to “my perfect little soup boy,” which is somewhere between hilarious and terrifying. Comedian and actress Hannah Solow found the post on her neighborhood’s message board and couldn’t resist sharing it on Twitter.
Here’s the soup recipient’s attempt to make it stop:
Someone posted this to our neighborhood message board and I will never recover. pic.twitter.com/1uWwOKHHsZ
— Hannah Solow (@hamstertalk) November 8, 2018
People can’t decide if they’re jealous or totally afraid.
— D dot Q (@DQ_Doo1) November 8, 2018
Or maybe it’s his mom😬
— ElizaR (@ElizaReynick) November 8, 2018
Oh. My. God.
— Matt Lummus (@MattLummus) November 8, 2018
hi yes hello I would like to volunteer to be someone's perfect little soup boy where do I sign up for this https://t.co/bBs7qZsusb
— Sarah Kay (@kaysarahsera) November 8, 2018
Most were left wondering…who doesn’t like soup?
More to the point WHO DOESN'T LIKE SOUP???? I could understand not liking a particular flavor like mushroom or not liking cold soup vs hot but they don't like ANY soup? Isn't that weird?
— BritInSouth (@BritInSouth) November 8, 2018
Who doesn't like soup? Maybe some soups but all soup in general?
— Philip Bye (@philipbye) November 8, 2018
SOUP BOY DOESN'T LIKE HIS SOUP
SOUP BOY DOESN'T LIKE HIS SOUP pic.twitter.com/DLFRc3KHF2
— Jenn Takahashi (@jenntakahashi) November 8, 2018
Who the fuck doesn’t like soup. You don’t deserve the soup fairy. https://t.co/iVz01KZLsj
— meghan (@meghannotmeghan) November 8, 2018
“Perfect little soup boy” is quickly becoming a popular/creepy meme on Twitter.
i think it helps that the little soup boy is perfect. so many half-assed soup boys out there.
— BDS KSA (@ericghill) November 8, 2018
me, sniffling in the mirror: when will *I* be someone’s perfect little soup boy?
— Chelsea Harfoush (@chelseaharfoush) November 8, 2018
we're all perfect little soup boys down here
— Tom Philip's dumb (@tommphilip) November 8, 2018
Solow followed up with the original poster but hasn’t received an update.
HAS HE UPDATED?!?!
— Jeff Hiller (@boomboomhiller) November 8, 2018
Ask if it comes with bread, at least
— Phil Landsberg (@Phil16723) November 8, 2018
There are still SO many questions about “soup daddy” that need answers. Perhaps most pressing…is this a weird prank or some kind of twisted romantic gesture? How much unwanted soup is this person willing to pay for until they’re satisfied? And do they include bread?
We’ll keep you updated if the “perfect little soup boy” speaks further about this freaky story.