Matronly Shapes Unacceptable To Race-Obsessed Uptights? OK..


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More BLM-inspired hogwash flowing in on the news pages, and here’s the email address –

https://www.conagrabrands.com/contact-us

– of the latest culprit.

Tell ’em what you think!

Conagra Cuts Full-Year Guidance Targets on Presidents Day | The ...

Chicago-based Conagra Brands, which makes Mrs. Butterworth’s syrup, said its bottles — which are shaped like a matronly woman — are intended to evoke a “loving grandmother.”

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Mrs. Butterworth's brand under review after Aunt Jemima, Uncle ...

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But the company said it can understand that the packaging could be misinterpreted. Critics have long claimed that the bottle’s design is rooted in the “mammy” stereotype.

https://www.syracuse.com/business/2020/06/mrs-butterworth-uncle-bens-colgate-more-brands-consider-changes-after-aunt-jemima.html

‘Critics?’

What kind of uptight spends his days ‘interpreting’ the packaging of a brand of syrup?

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A race-baiting berk, that’s what kind!

It goes without saying that black women do not have a monopoly on ‘matronly’ physiques.

If the company wants to change the shape of the bottles, there are lots of interesting and appealing alternative female shapes.

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Kasihan Duo Serigala – Sexy Singers Hounded by Fanatics! 

I have never purchased or eaten Mrs. Butterworth’s syrup – maybe it’s not on sale here in Jakarta –  but were it sold in bottles modelled on either of the delicious Indonesian ladies above, I would be tempted to.