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Today is international woman’s day, and the Hangover Pub in Worcester attempted to recognize that on the Facebook machine:
What does poutine have to do with women? I don’t know. You don’t know. They don’t know. All I know is, I need that to go down gullet. Right now.
But unfortunately the picture has now been taken down because a couple rabid social justice warriors decided that this would be the business they attacked today in the name of faux social justice:
Wait…..what?? What are we offended by this time? Holy wokey moley! Only men like sweet and sour pork poutine? “We all know we would be lost without you” is insulting to women? Good God. These people really, really, really need to get laid once in a while. There’s no other explanation. It’s just not possible to be this miserable all the time if you’re getting any sort of push push.
If you’re an old school turtle rider you know who Jonathan Hardy-Lavoie is by now. He wasn’t always Jonathan Hardy-Lavoie. He just hyphenated his name when he got married because it was easier than chopping his dick off.
Jonathan Hardy-Lavoie has been leading unsuccessful boycott campaigns of Turtleboy for three years straight now:
“I’d like to register my disgust and disappointment with your company for advertising with Turtle Boy Sports. There is a growing resentment among those in the Worcester community towards this blog, the toxic sentiments it contains, and those who support such antagonistic expression. The sort of sexist, racist material that regularly is posted to that site is really something that you as a business might do well to distance yourself from. Please consider the impact your business has on Worcester and remember that hatred casts a long shadow.”
This is the difference between us and them. We support great local businesses filled with bacon and poutine, and they seek to destroy them.
The best part about these maggots is that no matter how bad they fail (which is the only thing they’re good at) they never, ever, ever, stop trying. They never stop and think to themselves,
“Why are we failing so badly? When we started boycotting this blog in 2015 they only had a couple thousand followers. Now they have millions. Maybe we should try a different strategy? Nah, fuck it. More boycotts.”
Look, I don’t get what the post means either. But guess what? It’s the thought that counts. They mixed virtue signaling with delicious food and it came out confusing, but more importantly it came out delicious.
P.S. My favorite part about these hypocrites is when they share our blogs and get called out on it: