Red Lobster Has A DIY Tutorial To Turn Their Cheddar Biscuits Into A Prom Corsage

Prom season is officially upon us and for many teenagers that means dressing up in their finest for an unforgettable night. One of the most long-lasting traditions is, of course, the prom corsage.

Typically, corsages are made from fresh flowers and match your prom date's boutonniere. But, if the whole "fresh flower" idea doesn't sound too appealing, Red Lobster has come up with a tasty alternative.

Any biscuit connoisseur knows how iconic the Red Lobster biscuits are.

They're SO good, you guys. If you haven't had one, you don't need to hit up a Red Lobster to get one, either — they sell the mix to make them in your local grocery stores.

The 'ol Lobster decided to troll the internet with a new DIY with their biscuits.

This kind of surrealist humor is the internet's bread and butter, if you'll excuse my wording. They posted a video explaining in hilariously vague detail how to make a biscuit corsage.

Here's what you'll need:

A phone, a cutting mat, some hot glue, some corsage trimmings, and piece of cardboard, and... well, the biscuits. Order some up or bake some at home and get ready to totally waste them.

Assemble the base of your corsage.

This is so funny to me, you guys. They even styled the pictures to look like real crafters.

Slap some fake greenery on some cardboard and glue it down well. Make sure to add a ribbon to the other side.

Then you just, um, hot glue the biscuit on there.

That's it, that's the whole craft. Just you, some hot glue, and a biscuit I really would have rather you eaten.

I guess it's a snack on the go, as long as you don't eat near the hot glue?

Here it is in all its glory.

My favorite part of this is the assumption that you'd put this on your lapel. I mean, hello? The grease would stain the suit. Get it together, Red Lobster.

I think it's fair to say that the reactions were mixed.

Guys, I haven't seen a grumpy cat meme in years. This is like seeing something ancient — an artifact of internet memes past. It's the right reaction for this DIY, too.

This is the single funniest reaction to it, however.

John the Red Lobster patron was VERY excited to see a new DIY from his favorite restaurant. HELL YEAH, RED LOBSTER. WOO, RED LOBSTER!

You go on with you weird self, John. Love is love.

So, are you going to try out this cursed af DIY?

I'm actually going to do it! And by that, I mean I'm going to go out, get the mix, make cheddar biscuits, and then not put hot glue on them. I'm just going to eat them, as the universe intended. Thank you, good day.