One Fat B*tch, Hold the Mayo!
Now the forces of political correctness have gone just too far. Recently, the fine publication Maxim named the Fat Darrell the country's best sandwich. The Fat Darrell was invented at Rutgers University in the R.U. Hungry food truck, one of the many food trucks open till the wee hours on the Rugters campus and known affectionatley as "grease trucks." The afterglow of this achievement in the field of sandwich making was too good to last. There is now a scandal involving the grease trucks.
Apparently, the sandwich wars are heating up at Rutgers. In the wake of the Fat Darrell triumph, the grease trucks have started selling new sandwichs with names like the "Fat Blunt," "Fat Dyke," and the "Fat B*tch." The Newark Star Ledger has reported that Rutgers University which leases space to the grease trucks has ordered the truck owners to cover up the names of the offensive sandwiches after some students complained.
Some people seem more upset then others.
Steven Goldstein, chairman of Garden State Equality, a statewide gay and lesbian
political organization, said he finds the sandwich names disgusting, grotesque and offensive. "What's going on here is not just giving harmless names to sandwiches. This is how hate crimes begin," Goldstein said. "This is serious stuff. I'm alarmed."
Uh huh. I think somebody has a little too much free time on his hands. Naming a sandwich "Fat Dyke" while probably very insulting to many lesbians is hardly the stuff hate crimes are made of.
I can understand why some students might get offended. The sandwich names are sophomoric. The student body at Rutgers is very liberal (weren't we all in college?) and they are right at that stage where they have been newly indoctrinated in political correctness and are the most righteous.
That being said fuck them and fuck Rutgers. You were offended? Too bad! YOU CAN'T LEGISLATE TASTE. Don't like a sandwich? Don't buy it.
Rutgers being a state institution, I would even think there's some claim that could be made that Rutgers violated the free speech rights of the grease truck owners. I doubt the ACLU will be mounting that case anytime soon though.
Speaking of taste, I wonder what a Fat B*tch tastes like anyway.