I was racking my brain for a more punchy title, obviously based around food intolerance, etc. so all ideas are welcome. This one is certainly less click-bait than the original “The Bigots of the Manchester Craft scene.”
Plus it needs to be said that I have no idea if the title is grammatically correct, meh.
One of my mates is actually an entrepreneur of the burgeoning food scene in Manchester and he too charges astronomical prices for what is a simple product to make and sell and fair play to him. Fair play to all of them, if you can mug someone off for triple the price and let your confidence trick of more cash must equal better product than have at it, fools and their money.
But as I’ve droned on about before, business and politics don’t mix and said friend in a WhatsApp chat posted this picture…
I wonder if Slowthai will make an appearance?
You just know that all the food and drink available there will be so salty from the tears that Sally Davies would be shutting the event down on the grounds of it being hazardous to health.
And why couldn’t a charity event be held on a weekend, perhaps the rich pickings of the weekend crowd are far too much to give up for the homeless. Then again Tuesday is a nothing day so I suppose it has less challenges for attention.
As far as I’m aware the #pleaseleavemytown is a reference to this…
A typically British confrontation; quietly reserved, passive-aggression met with passive acceptance and droll humour.
“My town” – one bloke with a personal opinion. Not bubbled seals harping on thinking they speak for everyone.
Still, please leave is quite comparable to “go back to where you came from” and speaking to power is fine, speaking to simple members and voters is just a question of punching in every direction other than up but that is what we’ve become, when simple differences of opinion can see the use of certain words lose all meaning from over use and in completely the wrong context.
More civilised that the way Antifa behave at least…
Still homelessness is worthy enough cause to contribute to, after all its proponents are the first to resist the craft beer wave; why bother paying £10 for a half of an imperial stout or TIPA, when you can mix and match four cans of Kestrel, Skol, Tennent’s and Carlsberg Super Strength for the same price.
In other fake news, it turns out both Grub and Indy Man Beer Festival had to issue retractions recently. Happy they were that rather than the white and middle class turning up to all their events, they finally managed to attract their first paying black and arab customers.
Sadly, on all occasions it turned out to be Justin Trudeau.
Thanks for reading.