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Social media is a wonderful source of entertainment for anyone with a sense of humor. Funny people around the world have given us wonders like Arthur memes, Trigglypuff, and the memory of a brave gorilla. Of course, a lot of people are sorely lacking in the humor department. For all the types who can laugh at some borderline offensive gold, there are just as many that feel the need to rain on everyone’s parade. It honestly makes the whole thing funnier, something that can clearly be seen with a quick visit to The White Moose Café’s Facebook page. A few days ago, the Dublin café took a stand against the gluten-free fad with a pretty clear warning.
This is a pretty excellent train of thought if you ask me. There are people that just can’t have gluten, and there’s no need to keep them from having a good meal. Then, there are assholes who want to be in on the new “it” topic. Why go without all that delicious gluten if you don’t have a legitimate medical condition? As you can see from the comments, the butt hurt came out in spades. Not an establishment to be swayed, the café fired back with serious heat.
This isn’t the first time White Moose has gone “social media Meg Ryan” (what a fucking term) either. Last year, they dropped the hammer on vegans.
Anyone that has worked at a bar or restaurant has had to deal with that look of complete and utter shock when a visiting vegan realizes there are burgers on the menu. The White Moose is just giving those pussies a heads up in advance. Saintly move to all those poor, fragile herbivores, but of course they aren’t grateful. They never are.
Let this be a lesson to any establishment looking to take their social media game to the next level. Professionalism is a wildly overrated trait, especially when you’re a Dublin joint that deals in delicious food. All those hipster joints can cater to the trendy eaters of the world, but if you’re on the lookout for some red meat tucked between two gluteny buns, look no further than this gem of the Emerald Isle.
Sign me the hell up, Paul. It looks like Whataburger just met their social media match..
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