Attention Seeking 8 Month Prego Narcissist And Femibeasts Are Destroying A Restaurant On FB After They Enforced Dress Code, Denied Her Megastomach Service
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Source: A pregnant woman was reportedly denied service at a Washington restaurant and accused of violating a health code all because of her outfit. Charisha Gobin posted a picture on Facebook with the caption, “I was just denied service at the Buzz Inn on State Avenue in Marysville for my outfit. I’m violating the health code.” In the picture Gobin, who is pregnant, is seen wearing a cropped shirt with a long skirt. Gobin told Seattle station KIRO that her “baby bump” showing was the source of the issue.
“The waitress/bartender stopped us and said, ‘I’m sorry, you can’t be here in that shirt.’ I said, ‘Are you being serious with me right now?’ And she said, ‘Yep, you can’t be here,’” Gobin told KIRO.
KIRO reported that the server confirmed Gobin was asked to leave as part of a health code violation but the restaurant didn’t delve further into details. Gobin said the entire incident left her on a sour note.
“I was wearing a shirt, it had sleeves. I didn’t even have cleavage showing,” she said. “It’s pretty ridiculous I was shamed in the first place and had to drive across town to eat,” she said. Gobin says she didn’t have any problems at the next restaurant. “Our bodies aren’t just toys, they’re for a purpose and I think it’s a beautiful purpose,” she said.
Buzz Inn, the restaurant, sent KIRO a statement regarding the situation:
“We sincerely apologize for the misunderstanding and will cover with all staff as to how to not overly enforce a rule that is intended to make all guests feel comfortable. Our apologies for the misunderstanding. The server in question has been with our company and a great employee for almost 20 years and was trying to use her best judgement (sic) and by no means was trying to be demeaning to the guest again our sincere apology for misunderstanding.”
Gobin says she’s never heard of a crop top not counting as a shirt. Her post on social media has hundreds of shares and Gobin says the response has been overwhelmingly positive.
“I was very surprised by the response,” she said. “I think that says everybody pretty much agrees – I wasn’t out of bounds or out of line in any way.”
Oh look, another gutless corporate higher up apologizes for something they don’t need to apologize for in order to appease a crazy, narcissistic attention wore. This chick went out for the sole purpose of gaining attention, and then she whined when she got it. This isn’t feminism. It’s narcissism. She even wore a fucking shirt that said, “WEIRDO.” The twin babies in her womb are in for a long life of embarrassment. I feel so bad for them.
I really couldn’t believe the corporate office said this:
“We sincerely apologize for the misunderstanding and will cover with all staff as to how to not overly enforce a rule that is intended to make all guests feel comfortable.”
Wait…..what? You’re gonna train your staff how to not enforce rules that are intended to make all guests feel comfortable? In other words, you’re choosing this one psycho broad with an agenda over the rest of your customers. Got it. Is it a rule or not? Because restaurants are allowed to have whatever dress codes they want. If you wanna dress like that and get served then go to the lunch buffet at Sweaty Betty’s.
The restaurant is making a huge mistake if they’re catering to people like this too. If I went out to eat and the woman at the table next to me was sitting there with her belly hanging out for the world to see, guess what I’m gonna do? Stop going to that restaurant. I’ll go to the one where I don’t have to look at that when I eat.
And bull-fucking shit that she’s “never heard of a crop top not counting as a shirt.” On what planet do you go out to a restaurant not called Denny’s and wear a shirt that reveals your entire stomach? If you think it’s gonna stop with the prego belly with this chick, you’re wrong. Up next is the fupa. She’s gonna toss that thing right on the seat next to her the next time she goes out to Applebees and just HOPE that someone asks her to put that thing back in her cocoon.
Gotta love how she plays the “fat shaming” card too. SJWs LOVE to play that card. Even though a junior smokeshow wearing that same shirt would get the same exact treatment. It’s just this whole mentality that “fat is beautiful.” No it’s not. There’s nothing beautiful about a gigantic belly. It’s completely natural, but it’s certainly not beautiful. Would you choose to look like that 24/7? No? Then it’s not beautiful. Stop glamorizing it.
I love how she plays dumb too:
“I was wearing a shirt, it had sleeves. I didn’t even have cleavage showing.”
Bitch, you knew EXACTLY what you were doing. That’s not a shirt, it’s a sports bra. You wanted to get kicked out of that restaurant so you could post about it on Facebook and get some “you go girl” pats on the back from your echo chamber #StillWithHer friends.
Oh, and when she finally go the attention she so desired, the media came to her house. And look how she chose to dress:
Oh look, she no longer feels the need to flaunt her belly around anymore. When she’s at home, she dresses like that. When she’s out and about she dresses like this:
Look, I’m all for girl power and I’m 100% pro-pregnant chick. But some of these people just wanna cause controversy for the fuck of it. It’s like the people who post pictures of themselves breast feeding on Facebook. I don’t have a problem with you breastfeeding in public, but if you’re doing in on the Facebook machine you’re just looking for some “girl power” echo chamber pats on the back from your other single mom friends. And it worked perfectly:
This is everything that’s wrong with SJWs. They’re afraid to tell each other the truth because they don’t wanna be cast aside. They know that if they point out that this probably wasn’t a good idea, they’re immediately blocked. No dissenting opinions are allowed. Instead they decided to start posting this everywhere:
And then began to flood the Buzz Inn’s Facebook page with fraudulent one star reviews:
This chick sure is angry! What are the odds she’s single and lives by herself with a million cats?
Never saw that one coming. Have fun dying alone. Sounds like fun.
Facebook needs to do something about this shit. The fact of the matter is that they’re bordering on becoming a public utility. Everyone is on Facebook. It’s where people go to read reviews for businesses. So if they’re going to create a platform where anyone can give a business any rating they want, regardless of whether or not they’ve been there before, then it’s incumbent upon Facebook to hire people to actually monitor these things and take down false reviews. But then again that would require Facebook actually hiring human beings, and Mark Zuckerberg can’t be having that because he needs to buy another yacht.
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