Apparently Prince Harry Has Never Eaten This Classic Food, And TBH, We’re A Little Weirded Out

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Imagine this: You swipe right on some guy, and he turns out to be amazing. He’s funny, smart, charming and handsome. And then he tells you he’s never (as in ever) eaten a s’more. “But what about a roasted marshmallow?” you inquire. And still, the answer is no, not even made over a gas burner instead of an actual fire. Send your BFF your coded get-me-outta-here text message, because you’re literally on a date with John Wayne Gacy.

Seriously, who hasn’t ever eaten a s’more? We’ll tell you who—Prince Harry, according to People.

As you may have gathered, this “never eaten a s’more” trait in any other human would be an all-signs-point-to-serial-killer deal breaker, but Prince Harry somehow manages to get away with it. It’s even … endearing. Bewildering, but endearing. Probably because he’s British and s’mores are very much American. Except, wait. He made this startling admission at a nature reserve in England while surrounded by British children roasting marshmallows. Clearly British children have access to both campfires and marshmallows. He has also mentioned that he’s never eaten a kebab, so perhaps he simply has something against skewered foods? Like the number of licks it takes to get to the center of a Tootsie Pop, the world may never know.

In any case, Meghan Markle, please rectify this situation immediately.