Twitter Is In A Tizzy Over The Portion Sizes At Kourtney And Travis' Wedding

Everything was supersized at Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker's Italian wedding. Just consider the reality star's veil, which trailed behind her for what looked like miles. And, this was the couple's third trip down the aisle after all, with the new Mr. and Mrs. Barker having said "I do" first in Las Vegas and then at a courthouse ceremony just before their overseas nuptials.

Um, did they run out of food to serve their famous guests, which of course included the Kardashians and Jenners, as well as the likes of Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox? Because once Kylie Jenner shared footage of what looked like a micro-serving of pasta from the reception to her Instagram Story, Twitter collectively deemed the portions extremely noteworthy for all the wrong reasons (via New York Post).

Taking to Twitter, fans couldn't get over the flourish with which a server heaped basically what amounted to just a spoonful of long noodles onto a plate. One person claimed they'd be so insulted by such a small serving, they would've walked out of the festivities in an act of protest. But social media users were just getting warmed up trolling the Kardashians over the meager pasta portion.

Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker's wedding reception food has some defenders

Many of the details of Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker's Italian wedding were over-the-top, but not the pasta portions apparently. And when Twitter got wind of the tiny offering of what looked like spaghetti on offer to the celebrity guests in attendance, well, they had a field day sharing their thoughts.

One fan called the plate "one of the saddest things i've ever seen." Another fan was more sympathetic, joking that perhaps inflation was also affecting this famous family, thus, the "single strand of pasta served at the reception."

Overall, the "bite" of pasta was widely ridiculed online, but to be fair, many fans defended the serving, with one person noting, "this is normal in Italy. It's not all about stuffing your face full of food, it is about [savoring] it." Someone else pointed out that we are just used to oversized portions in America. Might we recommend a happy medium?