Coronation Street viewers were so confused by a bizarre deal on the show yesterday
Yesterday was Valentine's Day.
It was a day of love, eating food, and being excruciatingly annoying.
It was also probably the busiest day of the year in terms of restaurant bookings so if you were planning to go out and hadn't gotten anywhere reserved, what was even the point?
Things, however, on Coronation Street seemed to pan out a little differently.
Last night, Tyrone and Sean decided to treat themselves to a nice little Valentine's Day dinner.
Good for them.
However, they decided to pretend to be a couple to avail of a special V-day meal deal which let people who were in a relationship get their dinner for half price.
Yep, half price dinner on Valentine's Day.
50 percent off on the actual busiest night of the year.
You couldn't make it up, lads.
Either this restaurant literally doesn't care about how much money they're losing out on because every single person who goes in there on Valentine's night is going to be a couple... or they were severely under-booked.
Whatever happened, the storyline wasn't exactly the most realistic thing in the world.
And it didn't take long for viewers to hop on Twitter and question why on earth it was happening.
#Corrie So on the busiest day of the year, when every restaurant is guaranteed to be full, Tyrone finds one giving away half-price food.
— Ken Barlow (@I_am_KenBarlow) February 14, 2018
I think the writer of this episode has never been out to a restaurant on Valentine's Day. #Corrie
— Wayne Lawrence (@WayneDLawrence1) February 14, 2018
I've been out of the dating game for some time but I'm fairly sure the prices go up on Valentine's, not down #Corrie
— Alex Butrap (@AlexButrap) February 14, 2018
Sure look, as long as Tyrone got his cheap meal, who are we to judge?