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A News Anchor Debuted Her Repulsive Homemade Dip on Live TV, and It's Beyond Hilarious

The world's worst artichoke dip just debuted on live television, and the results were both hysterical and cringe-inducing. Leslie Horton, a traffic reporter for Global News in Canada, took a break from stoplights and car crashes to cook up a homemade holiday dip for her co-workers. From the moment the camera zoomed in on her concoction in all of its mushy, lumpy glory, the news anchor was up-front about the fact that something was off about it. "Yeah, it's not supposed to look like that," she admitted.

When her (brave and strong-stomached) fellow hosts sampled the questionable mixture, they couldn't help but blurt out their candid reactions to its vinegary taste. One co-worker plainly said, "I thought it smelled like a barn," while another exclaimed, "It burns!" as it went down her throat. Horton denied having used any vinegar in the recipe, despite her co-workers' claims that it has an indisputable sour taste. Watch the video above to witness the entire hilarious segment unfold before your eyes.

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