posted on Nov, 25 2013 @ 04:16 PM
I do enjoy a PB&J, just doesn't feel right in a tortilla. Then again, a bean sandwich doesn't really seem to work either.
What about being white, and eating crackers with pb and j on them, what then?
Off to the reeducation camps?
edit on 21-11-2013 by Lysergic because: (no reason given)
I hope that is not a problem because ever since I was a kid, oh so many years ago, I have taken PB&J's sandwiches to school, eaten PB and jelly on
saltines and sometimes even went all out and used some Ritz crackers to feel a little more privileged, I guess.
Even today, I find myself giving my son the same things I enjoyed and with the exception of school where PB is not allowed due to possible allergies
in his under 6 age grouping.
I do not practice racism and I am not raising a racist... or am I?
This is simply a case of when in Rome... I mean PB&J is a cultural food of the US.(maybe elsewhere, too, idk) Since the US is quite diverse, I would
never consider it a racist food, in fact it is available at any grocery or convenience store here, making it quite accessible to anybody from any
ethnicity who would like to eat it. Don't have crackers, spread it on a toasty tortilla and make a PB&J quesadilla sin queso.
This level of PC patrolling is really pathetic, if you don't like something that a culture enjoys, find something else but don't make up more
I like to make Spanish rice is that a problem too?