Food bloggers outnumber diners at city restaurants: Study
A revolutionary new study has revealed that there are more food bloggers and vloggers than actual customers in a majority of the capital's restaurants.
The recent study on Dhoka city has some eye-catching findings. The rate of growth of food bloggers is much higher than the growth of population. One out of every one and a half person(s) is a food blogger. The private researcher, whose identity we cannot disclose because he or she is suffering from food poisoning, said, "If you randomly throw a stone in Dhoka, it will surely fall on the head of a food blogger. And they will blog about it there and then, and blame a restaurant for casting the stone."
Despite being crowded, restaurant owners always seem unhappy.
So, our private researcher started asking owners what the deal was.
"Since morning, I have found five customers and 20 food bloggers. Two customers had to leave without eating as the whole place was crowded with food bloggers and their film crews," one owner said.
When asked about whether the number of customers increased as every blog went live, he laughed and said, "Yeah right. The only thing that increased was the number of food bloggers. Yesterday, 10 food bloggers came and reviewed my food and today I got 20! Every blog doubled the number of food bloggers, not customers."
Food blogging has brought about a revolutionary change in the minds of our young generation. Previously, they used to take selfies and make TikTok videos wherever they would go, but now they are recording food reviews even when they are going nowhere, for instance, while having tea beside the road. This smooth transition has stunned 90 percent of people in Dhoka, of which 88 percent are food bloggers, the study found. One of the councillors of a city ward said, "There are 500,000 voters in my area, 495,000 of whom are food bloggers."
Our correspondent, whose aim in life is obviously to be a food blogger who does not know the names of foods, tried to contact food bloggers and ask whether they have anything to say regarding restaurant owners' complaint and the study's findings. One of the bloggers, Farsan the Mejho Bhai, said, "Guys, trust me, this is the best question I have ever eaten in life. You should definitely try this one."