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Apr 11 2019

“Ugly Duckling” Denounced as Racist

Even the phrase “ugly duckling” is now regarded as racist — at least when applied to a duck made of dark chocolate:

The UK grocery store Waitrose has reportedly apologized and repackaged its Easter chocolate duckling trio in response to claims that the supermarket’s decision to name the darkest chocolate duck “Ugly” was racist.

The “Waitrose Trio of Chocolate Easter Ducklings” contained a white chocolate duckling named “Fluffy,” a milk chocolate duckling named “Crispy” and a dark chocolate duckling named “Ugly.”

A single tweet from a bullying SJW was enough to cause Waitrose to grovelingly apologize for its thought crime and to waste money repackaging the supposedly racist ducklings.

The name for the darkest duckling was a reference to the Hans Christian Andersen fairytale “The Ugly Duckling” in which a bullied young duckling feels out of place before developing into a beautiful swan.

In the current context, it is good to be an ugly duckling. However, context does not matter when it comes to the religion liberals have constructed around their condescending reverence for Africans. For example, speaking the forbidden n-word even in the context of denouncing others for using it can end your career, as Papa John Schnatter and Mary Beth Maxwell of the Human Rights Campaign learned the hard way.

Be forewarned that it is now regarded as blasphemy to associate anything dark with the word “ugly” in any context.

Political correctness has turned society into a cross between a bizarre racist cult and a lunatic asylum.

On a tip from Varla.

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