Macy's Pulls Politically Incorrect Dinner Plates from Shelves After Backlash
If something exists, chances are you can find a group of lefties who find it to be triggering. Just take this latest kerfuffle with Macy's for instance. They decided to stock some novelty portion control dinner plates. This was too much for lefties' feeble brains to tolerate.
See for yourself:
Macy's may have bitten off more than it could chew.
The retail giant announced late Sunday that it would pull a line of porcelain plates advocating for smaller portion sizes after a wave of criticism that began -- and ended -- on Twitter.
The decision came in response to a customer's tweet criticizing the plates' message Sunday night.
The $9.50 plates, designed by a company called Pourtions, feature three circles of increasing sizes in which one might place their food. The circles are labeled "skinny jeans," "favorite jeans" and "mom jeans."
Here's the tweet that started it all, along with a picture of the plates in question:
How can I get these plates from @Macys banned in all 50 states https://t.co/1spntAluVl— Alie Ward (@Alie Ward)1563738371.0
Here's a crazy idea. If you have a problem with these plates, don't buy them. Simple as that. Though, lefties' typical strategy is to ban everything they don't like.
The plates are clearly making a joke. They're meant to be a humorous means of promoting portion control. Though, the message is also true. Generally speaking, if you scoop your servings with a shovel, your posterior is gonna quickly puff up and render you a planetoid. There's nothing out of line with humorously pointing out such a thing.
Welcome to the world of political correctness. When lefties find something they don't like, all mentions of it must be extinguished from existence. This isn't limited to inanimate objects, either. Should you find yourself on the receiving end of their wrath, you can look forward to a nice un-personing. I guess Orwell was right.
While we're talking political correctness: