Have you ever wondered what food sellers do with their products when customers don’t pay for them? For Singaporean bakeshop Muyoo PH, it’s a dilemma that has an easy solution. You see, the bakeshop is equipped with a few “special technologies” seemingly from the future such as a stainless steel knife from Germany that “unknifes” sliced bread and a blender that “unblends” drinks so food doesn’t go to waste. Don’t believe us? Check it out for yourself:
How to deconstruct an order
@muyooph Replying to @Jham kailangan gawin ito para maiwasan ang food wastage #muyoo #muyooph ♬ Aesthetic – Tollan Kim
Although it’s a Singaporean bakeshop, Muyoo PH is located in San Juan. Their menu has drinks and bread selections including their famous Fairy Wand Series — four pastries in Strawberry, Green Grapes, Mango, and Oreo flavors.
It looks like these are difficult to make, so what do they do with canceled or fake orders? The video above shows Muyoo PH staff “vacuuming” the cream back into the piping bag, putting the toppings in containers, and “unslicing” the colorful bread. It’s a total gamechanger!
@muyooph unblending orders #muyoo #muyooph ♬ Aesthetic – Tollan Kim
The deconstructing doesn’t stop at bread, they can do it with canceled drink orders too. Muyoo PH has a special machine that can seemingly “unseal” the drink and from there, the staff separates the ingredients to be used again. They even use their magical “unblender”!
Pinoy viewers are falling for it
@muyooph Replying to @Mary Rose Monzon yea it is true, to order please message me sa FB or IG “muyooph” is my name #muyoo #muyooph ♬ Chill Vibes – Tollan Kim
To the untrained eye, the videos look real. (Because vacuuming cream back into the bag and unslicing bread is possible in this side of reality, right?) But sorry to burst your bubble folks, the video is actually made in reverse. Muyoo PH has cleverly duped its viewers into thinking they possess magic tools that help them save failed orders. We wouldn’t be shocked if that “magic tool” is named Capcut reverse.
Nonetheless, this bakeshop’s shenanigans are hilarious, especially since it’s delivered in serious monologue. What’s even funnier is that it’s built on Pinoys on Tiktok who are convinced it’s real.
“Kung kinain niyo nalang much better. Bakit kailangan ibalik or alisin ulit? Anong plano niyo diyan? Gamitin sa ibang order?” commented a viewer on one of the deconstructed bread videos.
“That’s contamination! Big no!” said another, apparently appalled that Muyoo PH puts toppings back into containers.
“Hindi safe yan kahit anong paghiwahiwalay diyan nagsamasama na yan,” said another who believes liquids can be separated after they’ve been mixed.
Not everything you see on the Internet is real, folks. Take it with a grain of salt (and common sense).
Why does this bakeshop continue to create sarcastic videos?
@muyooph Replying to @MIO kailangan ko irecycle para maiwasan ang food wastage at sayang naman ang puhunan ko #muyoo #muyooph ♬ original sound – muyooph @ IG / FB
“Gusto ko rin makita ng ibang buyer na hindi madali yung ginagawa namin ‘pag hindi niyo na kinukuha o binabayaran yung order niyo..” said Muyoo PH in one of the videos showing how to deconstruct a drink. “Sa totoo lang abala to. Pero kung hindi namin gagawin ito, maraming masasayang na pagkain at itatapon nalang namin. Sayang yung puhunan.”
It’s not like they went out of their way to fool people. In fact, they’ve done the opposite. They’ve managed to show everyone how impossible it is to save an order that has been victim to a bogus buyer. But instead of being mad and posting customers on blast like everyone else is doing, Muyoo PH chose to create videos dripping with sarcasm and we’re enjoying it.
Unfortunately, it’s alarming to see Pinoys on Tiktok straight up believe shenanigans on the Internet but that’s for another article. Moral of the story folks: Never believe what you see on the Internet. And please pay for your orders so our local entrepreneurs won’t have to suffer.
If you want to support Muyoo PH, check them out on Instagram!