Right now you would not be alone in thinking the world has no greater problems facing is than issues about homosexual rights and same sex marriage.
This ludicrous non issue has now led to the politicisation of ice cream. Ben and Jery’s, the American purveyors of overpriced cold stuff with weird names for its flavours have joined the pro gay marriage propaganda campaign to get hetrosexuality made if not illegal then anti social.
Ben & Jerry’s is renaming its Oh My! Apple Pie
shite ice-cream to “Apple-y Ever After” in the U.K., in support of proposed legalization of same-sex nuptials. It has also redesigned the product’s packaging with a motif of two grooms, turd burglars in Tuxedos, atop a wedding cake. The company is working in partnership with Stonewall, the Gay Rights Campaigning organisation, to raise awareness about the importance of marriage equality.
This is blatant politcisation of our sexual relations.
Fortunately it gives us another opportunity to boycott a crap American brand that markets it’s overpriced products with campaigns desined to appeal to the young and gullibe.
So Boggart Blog is launching a counter campaign to woo people back to Britain’s favourite brand, Walls. (What? You though our title was a blatant piece of queer baiting? Shame on you.) and maintain the status quo.
Ben and Jerry’s might find their move backfires however. Logo, an American cable company which showed exclusively LGBT focussed content (hang on? do they mean gay porn?) has released a preview of their demographic’s reaction to the rebranded ice cream. Early data points showed that more than half of gay viewers don’t consider showcasing their orientation a priority, and only 30% said they preferred living and socializing in exclusively gay communities.
“Keeping gay people ghettoised is an old idea,” a spokesperson said. I wish someonme would tell Peyter-everyone-wants-t-punch-hios-face-Tatchell.
Undaunted, Ben and Jerry has set up a Facebook app which enables you to ‘practise’ marrying someone of your own sex to ‘show solidarity’. No thanks, I found it difficult to marry someone of the opposite sex in a church. And it wasn’t the person but the church that made me uncomfortable.
While urging you to boycott Ben and Jerry’s Mrs T and I will not be joing the boycott. It is nothing to do with us giving a flying fuck either way about same sex marriage, we don’t, nor do we like being told what to think by self righteous lefties (or self leftuous righties for that matter) but because we cannot boyott something we never buy.
Whether you like ice cream as an occasional treat or comsume it by the bucketfull as therapy for emotional crises, we advise you to go back to the Walls. Or if walls is not to your taste then Lyons, or a supermarket own brand (premium products are usually very good and Marks and Spencers stuff is excellent.
Or you can do something like wot me and Mrs T do when we want ice cream. We go to a little shop in Chatburn in The Ribble Valley and buy home made icream that contins wonderful cream and butter from Ribble Valley cows, eggs from Ribble Valley chickens and real fruit, chocolate and honey. You will find local makers in your area.
The revolution starts here Boggart Blog readers. We will fight tem on the beaches, we will fight them on the streets and in the supermarkets, we will fight them in our fridges. We will never bend to Ben and Jerry’s political agenda.
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