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Monday, March 08, 2021

Drama queens attack Burger King

Burger King in England kicked off International Women's Day with a tweet that sent liberals to their fainting couches.

The tweet said, "Women belong in the kitchen." 

There was much gnashing of teeth and rending of clothes.

How

Dare

They!

Having gotten everyone's attention, BK in the UK added, "If they want to, of course. Yet only 20% of chefs are women. We're on a mission to change the gender ratio in the restaurant industry by empowering female employees with the opportunity to pursue a culinary career."

The company is offering scholarships to female employees who want to attend culinary school.

Then it linked a press release and enjoyed watching liberals tear their own hair. It's good to be king.

Liberals have for years decried an alleged shortage of women chefs.

The Guardian asked, "Why are there so few female chefs?"

BBC asked, "Why are our professional kitchens still male dominated?"

Well, when you indoctrinate girls in the belief that the kitchen is a ghetto for women, they decide to seek employment in other fields.

USA Today was among the publications that used the fa├žade of a news story to chastise BK in UK. The headline said, "Burger King UK under fire for tweeting 'Women belong in the kitchen' on International Women's Day."

It quoted the reaction of a few anonymous tweets.

The newspaper was shocked to report, "However, the Burger King UK account seems to be defending its campaign in replies to users. When a user called the company's tweet 'weird,' Burger King UK responded: 'We think it's weird that women make up only 20% of chefs in the UK restaurant industry.' "

Good for them. The company got its message through to the public. For the price of a couple of tweets, people around the world know about this program.

The only thing sexist in this is BK in the UK will offer scholarships to women employees, not men.

15 comments:

  1. Give her all the equality she demands.

    Until she screams for mercy.

    As true now as 50 years ago.

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    1. Need to change the name of the franchise to Burger Monarch in the spirit of political correctness and gender equality...and while we're at it, what about challenging McDonalds to start offering a Big Martha with cheese, but only on the days she/he identifies as that kind of burger

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  2. One thing I have noticed in watching cooking shows is that the chef is not some lone wolf, all by himself - he’s actually the “player/coach” of a kitchen full of apprentice staff. Think Bill Russell of the Celtics in the 60s. Women are wired to be nurturers. Unfortunately, your feelings don’t matter when you got 5 orders up of 6 meals per order. That’s a MAN’S work, girls.

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    1. The head chef is an alpha. A leader. Just because someone can cook doesn’t mean they can run a kitchen.

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  3. I love to cook, and as a gift one year my husband gave me a semester at a professional culinary school. I had a great time. Anecdote- not data, but other me just on a lark, all the women in my classes planned on becoming caterers or food shop owners. The guys had visions of being the chef/owners of restaurants. When you look at the celebrity chefs who are women, catering is well-represented with women like Martha Stewart and owners of food shops like Ina Garten. Julia Child never cooked for the public professionally.

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    1. Wouldn't be surprised if a higher percentage of the women achieved their goal, compared to the men.

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  4. Men and women differ in their wiring as well as the plumbing. There are also differences between individuals of the same sex.
    Not every man can be Tom Brady nor can every woman be Florence Nightingale. And while Florence's work will impact us forever, someone will best Brady, and in the scheme of things, his contributions don't make us better, safer, or stronger. In the end, his biggest contribution to society will be is kids. That true for every one of us who produce offspring. I won't make a life altering invention. All I will accomplish won't be remembered after my grand children die.
    So why do we get so stressed about jobs that don't matter? We all need sustenance, but in the end, we are but dust. The class war drums seek only to make us kill am hate. Find something you love to do. When you grow weary, find a new hobby that makes you a living.
    Kudos to Burger King for enflaming the hate mongers. I hope they pop a few blood vessels in critical places.

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    1. Sad but true Jeremy. We are all a generation or two from obscurity unless we make a huge impact on civilization. Who knows what people will solidify their name in History going forward. Interesting times!

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  5. Lefties are spring-loaded with a hair-trigger to go bat-s*it CRAZY when seeing or talking to a normal person. Not always; just usually.

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  6. Burger King is anti-gun. They can go to hell.

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  7. “ The only thing sexist in this is BK in the UK will offer scholarships to women employees, not men.”

    FACT: In the Western World, on International Women’s Day (and EVERY other day) it is acceptable to be sexist against Men who identify as Men.

    Prove me wrong fellas.

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    1. Especially white men. Watch any commercial on television, and see who the idiot, clueless unattractive buffoon is. Yep the white dude.

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  8. Feminism in one sentence: "Men are immature, irresponsible, loutish pigs, and we demand the right to be just like them!"

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