Crawfish boils are very common in south Louisiana on Easter weekend, but one viral photo has many people debating what they would do if they were confronted with this specific crawfish disaster.

First of all, let's talk about the amazing connection between crawfish boils and Easter weekend. Crawfish boils are super popular on Easter weekend because it's a great time to enjoy some fresh crawfish - they're in season! Plus, in some areas (especially south Louisiana), having a crawfish boil with friends and family is a traditional way to celebrate Easter.

It's a fun, communal way to gather around a big pot of deliciousness with some corn and potatoes on the side. And since Easter is a long weekend for many people, it gives them more time to get together and enjoy the feast!

So when you see a photo like this, it's enough to jump-scare you straight off of your timeline.

While I can't be sure about the source of the image, Facebook user FirstNight Bently has gotten over 6,000 shares and hundreds of comments on a picture of an entire crawfish boil spilled over on the ground.

Comments like "Crawfish boil over" and "Good Friday ruined" were just a few of the most common reactions as users shared the disastrous image. And would it be the internet without debate?

While some argued that the crawfish could still be salvaged with a quick rinse, there were others who questioned whether they were actually through boiling or not.

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And then there were those who questioned how this was allowed to happen in the first place.

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The photo also made its rounds on Twitter, getting shares from major accounts like The Shade Room and many others who were appalled over the spilled crawfish.

So, what would you do in this situation? Would you pick them up and start all over again? Would you rinse it off and still enjoy them at the crawfish boil? Brandon Washington made a good point that you would have to peel the crawfish anyway.

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Social media influencer Uncle Luck said he would just sit down on the ground and enjoy the Easter weekend treat.

Whatever your response may be, I do hope you enjoy your Easter weekend, and may your crawfish boil stay upright and be plentiful and seasoned.

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