So, We'T Come To This: Conservative 'One Million Moms' Group Attacks Burger King For Using 'Damn' In A Commercial

Conservative activist group One Million Moms (that I guess is really just eight sleepless Karens plus a few of Lindas) has reportedly taken offense to a Burger King Impossible Whopper commercial in which a guy trying the meatless burger for the first time mumbles a “Damn that’s good,” using a mouthful of plant . Man, that I want these mothers would have a look in Geekologie so that I could observe their faces melt like Toht at Raiders Of The Lost Ark or bursting like Thunder at Big Trouble In Little China. Both amazing films they likely believe will be the devil’s work. Did I mention they are anti-gay? Shocking, I understand. You can not mother for shit, ladies!

“One Million Moms finds this highly inappropriate. When responding to the taste test, he didn’t have to curse. Or if, in fact, it was a real and unscripted interview in which the man was not an actor, then Burger King could have simply chosen to edit the profanity out of the commercial,” the team said in a media release.

“Burger King’s Impossible Whopper ad is irresponsible and tasteless. It is extremely destructive and damaging to impressionable children viewing the commercial. We all know children repeat what they hear.”

One Million Moms is a branch of this American Family Association, the non-profit evangelical Christian group. Despite its title, it isn’t apparent that the team has a million members. According to its site, over 8,000 individuals have taken actions on the Burger King problem, and its own Facebook team has only shy of 100,000 enjoys.

The activist team long has targeted classes that feature LGBT individuals or connections in a favorable light. In 2012, the band called on JCPenney to eliminate Ellen DeGeneres because its spokeswoman since she’s homosexual, but the merchant stood behind the comic.

Last month, One Million Moms successfully campaigned to own Hallmark eliminate a Zola ad with a lesbian couple in the altar on their wedding day. Hallmark faced sharp criticism to its ad’s elimination and later reversed itself, saying it made the “wrong decision.”

God, what a waste of life. Now I understand sometimes it is difficult to discover any type of positivity at a scenario (and individuals ) so painfully ridiculous, but on the other hand, I really do find some comfort in today knowing that, regardless of what the panic attack attempts to convince me before bed at night, there is no solution I’m really the world’s largest loser.

Keep heading to your commercial in question, blasphemy a bit following 0:40.

Thanks into Jessica C, that agrees certainly there has got to be a better way to invest your time then squandering it.

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