The lockdown has lead to many people to getting creative in their kitchens creating gastronomic feats as well as baking or just trying their hands at cooking their first meal.KFC UK & Ireland has caught onto this trend and has been rating peoples makeshift fast-food feasts online and apparently they are not merciful judges. You know the burger trucks you get in the lay-by of an A-road? The type you drive past every single day but never dare stop to purchase from it? This looks like it was bought there. Double cheese gets you some points. 3\/10 #RateMyKFC https:\/\/t.co\/hpYS9aQqCB— KFC UK & Ireland (@KFC_UKI) April 8, 2020 KFC could even give Gordon Ramsey a run for his money with creative insults being strewn everywhere. Carole cluckin' Baskin wouldn't even feed this to her tigers. 4\/10. #RateMyKFC https:\/\/t.co\/uXoVQ0Ji1K— KFC UK & Ireland (@KFC_UKI) April 7, 2020 The comments are not unlike the type that can be found on the Facebook page Rate my plate where people often post their tragic meals for the whole internet to shame them. Fortunately, KFC's efforts have been putting people off their food as the posts just keep flowing in! We’re Kentucky FRIED Chicken, not Kentucky cook it in a lukewarm bath for 9 minutes Chicken. Mash looks nice though.You also forgot the hashtag which loses a point. 2\/10#RateMyKFC https:\/\/t.co\/u5SCdJ1zKd— KFC UK & Ireland (@KFC_UKI) April 6, 2020 You can even have your own feast rated by tagging your tweet with #RateMyKFC. They even have a leaderboard that will show you who to beat. If you want to try to make a Kentucky fried feast yourself this person thinks they have cracked the code.