With deep apologies to our blogger friend, Soylent Green.
Some days, it doesn’t pay to get on social media. the amount LOLs is only surpassed by the amount of WTFs. And as is its custom, the Church of the Perpetually Offended consistently crosses both streams.
Clemson Dining would like to apologize to anyone who was offended by the Maximum Mexican event… pic.twitter.com/STZk2vbzj2
— Clemson Dining (@ClemsonDining) October 8, 2015
Now, I live in Texas. I grew up in very, very South Texas were Mexican food was a staple, not a delicacy like up in Yankee areas. I remember kids almost rioting one day in school because Enchilada Day (usually on a Thursday) was replaced by Salisbury Steak.
We almost overthrew the school over cheese enchiladas, people.
In other words, Mexican food is no joke. It is LIFE. Some of y’all may not care for it, and that’s ok. But since when is celebrating ethnic food offensive?? The term itself, Maximum Mexican, celebrates not just the cuisine, but also the people of that country. I don’t know how many students were involved or if they were Hispanic or not. But how big of a fucking pussy do you have to be to take offense at this? Bigger question: WHY WOULD YOU THINK YOUR OPINION IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN THE REST OF THE STUDENT BODY’S? To put in perspective you perpetually offended assboils can understand: you have informed the entire world that you are unable to handle your feelings and must therefore deed that job to the rest of us. Well, I got news for you:
YOU DON’T HAVE A RIGHT TO BE OFFENDED.
But guess what? I DO have a right to refuse to cater to your fucking feelings if they intrude on MY rights. So in short, fuck you and your perpetual offense. Quit wasting your time in whatever “Studies” major you’re in and try living in the real world, where people don’t give a flying fuck about your feelings.
Better yet, come down to Texas and try to pull that stunt. Hispanic or not, you will be lucky to leave here with only ridicule heaped upon your worthless carcass, as you leave our state with your feelings between your legs.