why do feminists want to ban everything they don't like?

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memberfor Sat 11-May-13 05:23:19

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StealthOfficialCrispTester Sun 12-May-13 21:40:59

ewww why does my coffee taste like salad?

TrucksAndDinosaurs Sun 12-May-13 21:42:30

The general population have failed to fully understand that they do not have to suffer under the oppressive yoke of celery.
This is why feminism is so important.

ImTooHecsyForYourParty Sun 12-May-13 21:45:47

grin I will allow them to fall below during the act of dressing and undressing.

But not walking in front of me down the street!

Smudging Sun 12-May-13 21:49:17

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

PacificDogwood Sun 12-May-13 21:50:40

This is what we need the FWR board for: to educate sheeples like me about the eviiiiils of celery.

<<feels castigated>>

Smudging Sun 12-May-13 21:51:21

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

StealthOfficialCrispTester Sun 12-May-13 21:52:48

<hides thread as just too cross>

SgtTJCalhoun Sun 12-May-13 21:53:20

No, no, no NOT celery. It's one of only 5 veg dd will eat.

In addition it braises rather nicely as a dude dish.

Good with blue cheese dressing to.

SgtTJCalhoun Sun 12-May-13 21:53:41

side dish!

And too NOT to!

Wuldric Sun 12-May-13 21:55:06

Celery is feminist issue

Arf

PacificDogwood Sun 12-May-13 21:55:30

If celery gets banned, does that mean I have to keep the Toddler shock??
Who eats NO vegetable, not even celery...

TrucksAndDinosaurs Sun 12-May-13 21:59:11

Was the toddler once offered celery? That might explain their entirely reasonable attitude of vegetable refusal.

Dreams of a world without celery, where toddlers can be free to experiment with veg.

Throughgrittedteeth Sun 12-May-13 21:59:14

DUDE DISH!!! KLAXON! Get her out! shockshock

Throughgrittedteeth Sun 12-May-13 22:00:47

<Shuffles Sgt off the thread>

TrucksAndDinosaurs Sun 12-May-13 22:02:12

Do dudes eat braised celery?
Glad I am not a dude.
Having to eat stringy mushy wet celery, and wear fashionably tight trousers, you couldn't pay me enough.

Wuldric Sun 12-May-13 22:04:38

What about concealed celery

<interested>

I mean like in a ragu - say in spaghetti bolognaise or something?

PacificDogwood Sun 12-May-13 22:06:31

Toddler has never interacted with celery of any kind, braised or not.
Just all out refusal of all vegetable matter.
Unless it can be used as a missile...

Sgt is a dude IMO...

TheCrackFox Sun 12-May-13 22:19:47

You are in denial if you think your toddler has never interacted with celery - we live in a celeriarchy.

SgtTJCalhoun Sun 12-May-13 22:20:31

It's ok, it's ok! I AM a woman!

Don't know where that "dude" came from <<shudders>>

TheDoctrineOfSnatch Sun 12-May-13 22:26:52

Stealth celery like that is the WORST, Wuldric.

PacificDogwood Sun 12-May-13 22:27:14

Denial is my middle-name grin

<<squinty-eyed suspicious look at Sgt>>

Acherly, on a serious note, I am dying to know what the OP said and why MNHQ deleted the OP but left the rest of the fred grin. I approve, of course, but am curious...

AnyFucker Sun 12-May-13 22:27:50

grin @ celeriarchy

Throughgrittedteeth Sun 12-May-13 22:28:51

The DM will be in a tizz because we've caused Celeriarchical nightmare and now all the celery farmers will be poor and will be doing Sad Daily Mail Faces

Throughgrittedteeth Sun 12-May-13 22:29:24

Ps that's not a DM link.

grimbletart Sun 12-May-13 22:31:46

I put celery in a cottage pie (once). Does that mean I cannot be a feminist? sad

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