This is Alie Ward.
As you can see, she has no soul and we all know why.
Twitter has given her a blue checkmark, which obviously makes her important because her queefs smell like fresh potpourri. I don’t know who she is, you don’t know who she is, but she has a podcast AND a blue checkmark, which means she possesses the ability to force gigantic corporations to alter the way they do business based on the latest white girl hysteria she’s outraged about.
For instance, the other day she saw a plate for sale on Macy’s website that featured three rings on it – Mom jeans, favorite jeans, and skinny jeans.
It’s obviously just light hearted commentary about portion control, and it’s relatable to women because several episodes of Sex and The City revolved around this topic. Naturally this walking two liter of Fanta had to lose her cotton picking mind over this and demand that Macy’s immediately stop selling these items.
— Alie Ward (@alieward) July 21, 2019
Sure, she could just NOT purchase them herself, shop somewhere else, or even voice her displeasure about the fact that portion control is important if you want to avoid hefalump status. But that’s not enough. She has to demand that everyone else, in all 50 states, must be denied the right to make choices about the kinds of plates they purchase.
In a sane world everyone would point and laugh at her because her demands are so ridiculous. But we’re living in a woke world, so the exact opposite happened.
Hi, Alie — we appreciate you sharing this with us and agree that we missed the mark on this product. It will be removed from all STORY at Macy's locations.
— Macy's (@Macys) July 22, 2019
Repeat after me – Twitter is not real life. A small percentage of the population uses this public square, and generally the people who get blue checkmarks and have 38,000 followers are people who only matter in the bubble that is social media. They have no real influence, no one outside of Twitter knows who they are, and the things they advocate for have no real appeal outside of their woke bubble. But the problem is that an army of brainwashed social justice poons have graduated from the colleges that brainwashed them, and have gotten jobs in corporate America (very progressive).
Macy’s forgot the number one rule when dealing with thieves of joy like this though – never, ever, ever apologize. Because no matter what you do, it won’t be enough. They will always want more. Always.
I appreciate that; thanks for hearing and taking the feedback. Sidenote: if the surplus stock winds up in TJ Maxxs and Marshalls and Ross stores across America I’m gunna lose it again.
— Alie Ward (@alieward) July 22, 2019
Imagine being such a soulless, first world Ginger jamrag that you would “lose it,” not once, but twice if a private business you have no association with decided to sell an item that people wanted to give them money for. It’s not enough that Macy’s simply agree to stop selling an item she doesn’t like. They must also take a huge loss by destroying the remaining inventory, rather than selling them at Marshall’s where people like me can enjoy the fruits of her woke typhoon and get them for half price.
This is the world these humorless twats want us all to live in:
fixed them pic.twitter.com/Uqj68iwvYz
— Liz Climo (@elclimo) July 21, 2019
This is what they find acceptable. Meaningless compliments about how great you are for stuffing your gullet with ribs and transfat.
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