Shit got cray this week when Kraft Foods posted a LGBT pride oreo on the Oreo Facebook page with the caption "Proudly support love!"
AKA it became my new favorite snack. (Don't get me started on those homophobic ho-hos...)
The oreo--which, by the way, looked freaking DELICIOUS...like it mated with skittles or some shit--featured the colors of the Gay Pride flag and noted at the bottom: JUNE 25 | PRIDE.
Now, you can only imagine the response this open-minded, liberal and equal rights-oriented cookie got from Oreo's 26 million fans. (Seriously...26 million. We won't go into the fact they have 44,308 more Twitter followers than I do.) The picture, at the moment, has over 228,000 likes, 70,000 shares and 38,000 comments.
All in all, there is some hope for humanity--the majority of the comments are positive, praising Kraft for announcing--and showing--that they support gay rights. (Answering the age-old question, "What do oreos and Obama have in common?") But with my faith in mankind semi-restored by the primarily supportive comments, it's far more fun to point out the douchebags who are literally telling a cookie to burn in hell. So here's your Wednesday laugh, courtesy of comments from ignorant, backwards Facebook users with far too much f-----g time on their hands. Names have not been changed to protect the guilty:
--Ricardo Chapa:Â Cookies are for kids. Do we really need to market homosexuality to kids? This is just wrong. I guess this means the Ceo of Oreo hates Jesus. Burn in hell oreo!
Cheers Ricardo--telling people to burn in hell is a much more positive parenting strategy.
--Dan Nunley:Â Excuse me while I go throw up. Supporting love is fine but supporting sexual perversion, not so much.
Me thinks thou doth protesteth too much, Danny boy.
--Glenn Matthew Brown:Â Will never buy any Oreos again.
Damn shame, Glenn. Oreo will surely miss your business. And the giant lion on your cover photo.