Oh, you thought the worst internet trend there could possibly be was all about eating Tide pods, right? Don't worry, that was just the beginning.

Procter & Gamble, the company behind Tide laundry products, announced a new eco-friendly box for Tide detergent. The change comes as an adaptation to more online deliveries– which is convenient! Many of us would think the same.

But, once the news broke, convenience didn't come to mind. People on Twitter couldn’t help but notice that the product looked a lot like boxed wine. Tide just can’t seem to catch a break, can they? See for yourself!

You remember the Tide pod craze, right?

A meme about Tide laundry detergent pods looking like a snack made its rounds on the Internet, and you can imagine what happened from there. Teenagers took the meme too far, daring others to eat the pods. Please don’t eat laundry detergent, guys. Just let them clean your clothes.

Now, there's a new Tide product catching buyer's attention.

The new and improved Tide container looks like a wine box. And people are equal parts amused and concerned over it.

Learn from the past, why don't we?

Some people wondered if Procter & Gamble had really thought this whole thing through.

You have to admit, it does look a lot like boxed wine.

That’s not to say these changes don’t make sense. They are sensible, we can agree on that.

Some were quick to point out the pros of this change.

It really is better, but it also happens to make a good joke.

Did you catch that?

Some people wondered if the Tide pod challenge had escaped the company’s memory.

The search for logic.

For all we know, maybe this was their thought process.

This plan is fool-proof.

So, Tide assumes that the picture on the box will stop people. Welp, only time will tell!

Some would call this Darwinism.

Don’t eat Tide pods, and don’t drink this.

Kathy Griffin even chimed in:

Nobody is safe from Tide, apparently!

Check out the side-by-side comparison.

Yep. It’s a match!

Worst buffet ever.

Do not try this at home!

You know what they say about forbidden fruit.

Although, I don’t think this would qualify as being sweeter.

Please, resist the urge.

You should have a few things you’d like to do more in life than drinking detergent.

Let the cocktail jokes begin.

Sheesh, just throw some fabric softener in there too.

Don’t slap these bags.

College parties will never be the same.

You have to stay positive!

Some people chose to live in sarcastic denial of the Tide-wine uproar. Ah, ignorance is bliss.

Who deserves this shade?

Hey, sometimes you need wine in a box.

Some people demanded answers.

Tell us what you want, Tide. Don’t leave us hanging with wine bo—I mean, detergent boxes. 

Wine and dine?

Why does that look edible?

Or, should we say:

And someone photoshopped a wine glass in the promotional picture because of course, they did.

Are we dealing with a spin-off?

First candy, now wine. What’s next, Tide that looks like breakfast cereal?

Some say it’s a sign of maturity.

We all have to grow up sometime, don’t we?

Time for a tasting.

This whole thing will bring the inner sommelier out of people.

This person predicted the next Tide product:

Come on, no keg stands!

It’s a conspiracy!

Breaking news: Tide has a secret Darwin-division calling all the shots.

Maybe the resemblance to food and drink is just Tide staying on brand.

Tide pods look like candy? *Shrug* Then let’s keep with the theme make our detergent containers look like boxed wine. Jackpot!

The Tide news is a real let-down for people who were sick of the Tide pod kerfuffle.

Hang in there, everyone.

Tide wine: for those who want to consume Tide, but stay classy about it.

Should we be more worried about the adults than kids here?

In all this, at least we can have a laugh!

For sure, drink up all these Tide jokes. Just don’t drink the actual Tide detergent! Have your friends heard of the Tide wine-box debate? Share this story with them!