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Dairy Queen Owner Posts ‘Politically Incorrect’ Sign – People Are Freakin’ Out Over It

Aren’t they always asking for a ‘trigger warning’?
What’s the problem, then?

An Oregonian woman saw a sign in a restaurant that rubbed her the wrong way.

Typical snowflake… what did she do?

Did she ask to speak to a manager? Of course not.

She went to social media… the coward’s way out.

She wanted to stoke public outrage and get a ‘movement’ to punish someone who didn’t think like her.

Cowardice AND bullying. Such a winning combination.

So what was it that got her knickers in a twist?

https://www.facebook.com/dairyqueen/posts/10154768674411669

Oops, for some reason, the link is broken.

Here’s a replacement photo of the sign that offended her.

Awwww. Poor baby.

Someone dared to publicly disagree with her personal dogma.

There ought to be a law!

Make it stop!

What does she do about it?

She tattles on them… and wants someone ELSE to do something about it.

How adult of her.

She couldn’t ask to speak to the manager.

That would mean looking someone in the eye. And risking having her own ideas shot down with better ideas.

And it risks looking like an idiot.

Well, in the end, she didn’t dodge That LAST bullet, did she?

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