...sounds more like an insult than a title. Is "Mr." really a problem?
Mr. Potato Head is no longer a mister, AP reports https://t.co/TtaNxEwWnL— Bloomberg (@business) February 25, 2021
Personally, I wouldn't touch a "Shamrock Shake" with a club. But that's just me; and the fact I'm old enough to remember when "milk shakes" were made with real milk, and with ice cream made with real cream. I even remember when you could buy milk shake blenders like they had in burger joints and drugstore lunch counters (yeah, I remember those, too) to make your own at home. So maybe it's the snobbishness of nostalgia, and nothing else. Elitism comes in all forms.
I haven’t had a Shamrock Shake for 40 years and last night got a small one on a whim while waiting to pick up my daughter from small group at church.— IncitementToResurrectionHat (@Popehat) February 25, 2021
It was neither offensive nor notable. It produced no Hot Takes on the essence of modern life. 2/5 will try again in 2060