Nabisco’s Chips Ahoy cookies celebrates Mother’s Day with drag queen. Cookies recalled for ‘unexpected solidified ingredient’

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On Mother’s Day last Sunday, May 12, 2019, Nabisco’s Chips Ahoy! tweeted a video of a drag queen, Vanessa Vanjie, with this message:

 to your moms, your drag moms and everyone who celebrates you being YOU. 

Here’s the video:

Below are some tweets in response:

Reaper: “This is a man”

Mark Dice: “Maybe just sell chocolate chip cookies, and leave drag queens out of it.”

Saladino for Congress: “Thank you for helping me narrow down my cookie preferences. No more Chips Ahoy for me”

Matthew Leitner: “There will never be a chips ahoy product in my home. Ever.”

Mark: “Fun fact, biological males with make up on doesn’t give them the ability to give birth.”

The Grumpy White Guy: “I know what’s hitting the trash can when I get home.”

Ross: “Thanks I’ll be vomiting every time I see a chips ahoy now, which is never”

Chris: “Well…no more Chips Ahoy for my house.”

Brent: “Chips ahoy will never see my money. In fact @nabisco should sell the brand because I’m about replace all of their products!”

Vanjie is not only a man in drag, he is a sodomite.

On May 11, 2019, Vanessa Vanjie Mateo (@VanessaVanjie) tweeted this:

Shoutout to all the dick suckers!!

Meanwhile, in related news, USA Today reports on April 17, 2019:

Bags of chewy Chips Ahoy! chocolate chip cookies are being recalled in the United States after an “unexpected solidified ingredient” has been found in some of them.

Mondelēz Global LLC, the parent company of Nabisco, released a recall notice for consumers on April 13 for the limited and voluntary recall of the cookies. Mondelēz Global has not specified what the solidified ingredient in the cookies is, but said there have been reports of potential adverse health effects.

The 13-ounce pack of cookies containing the UPC 044000032234 and use by dates on Sept. 7, Sept. 8, Sept. 14 and Sept. 15, should not be eaten. The dates are located on the top left of the packaging near the lift tab.

Anyone who may have purchased these chocolate chip cookies should not eat them and reach out to Mondelēz Global, which is headquartered in East Hanover Township, New Jersey.

I dread to think what the “unexpected solidified ingredient” is….

See also “School renames Mother’s Day and Father’s Day for being too ‘binary’





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