Keep Yo Gluten-Free Ass At Home, Dummy [Pic]

Submitted by: fancylad 4 years ago in Misc

Sure, maybe Victor is nuts, but we can all share his feelings on "those people" who are all of a sudden gluten-free.
There are 47 comments:
Male 11,740
If this idiot can`t use proper spelling and grammar, I`m glad I`m not eating at his "restaurant". He probably spits in the food if you`re wearing the wrong shoes. I couldn`t even read it all, the stupidity was making my head hurt.
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Male 653
@Gerry You forgot Chocolate Bumbe
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Male 1,249
Whats next, talk sh*t about cancer patients?
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Male 5,617
"My girlfriend has a serious peanut allergy... ...Chinese restaurant... ...spent the night in the ER last week..."
To me, you said: "I took her to a place that is stacked from floor to ceiling with almonds."
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Male 38,774

FredSpudman, [quote]"@Gerry Just out of curiosity, what would a gay menu consist of?" [/quote]
Gingerbread Leathermen
Spotted Dick
Cockovan
Hot dogs
Schwety Meatballs
Fruit Salad
Twinkies & Ding Dongs

And for the gay ladies... Fish Tacos


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Male 243
This is exactly why I am very particula in wich restaurants I bring my sensitive allergic ass to. ALOT of people in the food industri doen´t know what the fcuk they are doing, and ALOT just doesn´t care.
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Male 653
@Gerry Just out of curiosity, what would a gay menu consist of?
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Male 650
As a server don`t get me started. People tend to forget even though we are smiling/acting 100% of the time we do HANDLE the food. So beware stupid people. Just because us waiters are smiling while you complain about something or are very NEEDY doesn`t mean we aren`t fcking with your food. Just watch the movie Waiting. All true.
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Female 193
I had a relative who claimed she was allergic to alcohol, and therefore could not eat red wine vinegar dressing on her salad. Why not just say "I don`t like it."
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Female 1,324
Ugh, some people. He deserves a good smack, or a debilitating allergy to certain foods to see how it feels if it`s all real. As for the girl if its a life and death thing she wouldn`t have eaten it, sounds like she just doesn`t like wheat. A lot of people say they`re allergic when they just don`t like something.
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Male 38,774

@ Sathon - you are right, I am a champion for gay rights. But that is not hypocritical with my other statements.

With gay rights, I do not expect anyone else to go gay. Nor do they have to behave gay or give up straight sex for my personal benefit. People that have a problem and expect everyone around them to change their behavior to accomodate them is very differant. I don`t demand a gay-menu at resteraunts. I ask you leave me alone, not change your life. see the differance?
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Male 113
sh*t happens all the time. Bullpoo allergies
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Male 884
Here`s a thing
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Male 166
The only thing I could think of while reading this was something that Sweet Brown (Sweet Brown here) said, "Ain`t nobody got time for that."Sweet Brown here
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Female 595
@Zach82

*Facepalm* I would like you to pick up the books Nourishing Traditions and The Cholesterol Myth before you exclaim that you think you know everything again.
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Female 595
@Zach82

*Facepalm* I would like you to pick up the books Nourishing Traditions and The Cholesterol Myth before you exclaim that you think you know everything again.
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Male 1,586
@Sathon how is it the restaurant`s responsibility to make sure they can cater to every individual dietary concern of their customers. I think it`s the customer`s responsibility to know what they can and cannot have and plan accordingly. Our society is becoming softer because we cater to the weak. We should start letting the weak die off so we can continue the evolutionary process.
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Male 1,164
"I HOPE YOU GOT 911 ON SPEED DIAL"

I laughed at the different levels of funny that were in this statement.
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Male 319
I hate listening to people`s stupid beliefs about nutrition. Nutrition is not complicated. Eat more vegetables, limit cholesterol. Cut calories and exercise to lose weight. That`s it. That is everything you need to know about food. Fer cryin` out loud.
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Female 1,803
A couple guys I work with found they had fewer digestive problems when they avoided foods with gluten. They aren`t hard core about it but they do try to eat less bread and the like. Which is hard when you are AV crew and most clients buy us cold sandwiches and pizza for meals.
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Male 675
Celiac Disease is probably what she has. My father-in-law has it too, and so long as you`re smart about your eating, you can live with it with no problem. Victor`s attitude is unwarranted, but I think I`d be a little pissed too if someone made me go through the trouble to go find out and they are eating, and they`re already chowing down before I can even get back with the correct answer.

By the way Sathon, Gerry1of1 -is- gay.
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Female 3,562
"the gluten free healthy eating people..."

There`s absolutely no reason that gluten is ever bad for anyone who doesn`t have a disease. In fact, most food altered to be gluten-free ends up being less nutritious.
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Female 3,562
My boyfriend is food allergic to damn near everything but not enough to seriously hurt him. Doesn`t stop him from going out and eating whatever looks fine.
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Male 208
My girlfriend has a serious peanut allergy, and we rarely have to change our plans or orders because of it because most menus have the common allergens listed next to the name of the dish. Of course, when you go into a Chinese restaurant and ask "Do you use any peanut products for cooking?" and they say no, then usually you`d assume that they actually checked. We spent the night in the ER last week because of it.
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Female 409
All debate aside, that made me giggle. Jus` sayin`.
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Male 248
@Gerry1of1:

From what I know about you on this board (and correct me if I`m wrong), you are a big advocate of gay rights. If so, what you`re posting in this thread is incredibly hypocritical. "Stop demanding that gay people have the right to marry" would fit very well with the other things on your list.

People like "Victor" should not work in the customer service industry. I work in a summer job where I provide customer service to people, and I would never have this attitude towards our guests. If I did I would be fired so quickly.

Some people cannot digest gluten. They have the right to expect restaurants to be cooperative about that.
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Male 4,793
Does it make me racist for picturing a fat black lady ranting all of this?

I didn`t read the name `victor` until after i read the post, so the whole time i pictured it as a fat black lady.
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Male 677
@Gerry

YEAH, and the crippled, too! How DARE they expect ramps to be built for them . Why don`t they just curl up and DIE to sad music like the Elephant man?!

@Palfas & Bullish
Thanks for brining some sense to this thread, I`m coeliac myself; I don`t expect restaurants to change things or give me special treatment, usually I check online before I go to a place to see what I can and can`t eat, so it`s less of an ordeal.
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Male 625
ScottSerious - That was really funny
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Male 411
I see no problem with attempting to order food that`s traditionally free of ones allergens, but it`s another thing entirely to ask them to change the food around just to accommodate you.

There`s a HUGE difference between the gluten free healthy eating people and the people who suffer from celiac disease. One`s a trend following poser and the other has a serious disease.
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Male 2,737
If I owned a restaurant,it would say in big letters on the menu that if you have a food allergy, Not to consume any of the food.That includes the water.

Seriously, I`d love to watch somebody drop dead from eating a shrimp or peanut or strawberry.
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Male 1,511
I like Victor.
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Male 6
Wish I could `like` ScottSerious comment, made me laugh :)
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Male 5,314
so that`s how diarrhea works
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Female 2,549
Annoys me when people go to traditional Frech restaurant and declare they are Vegan and have 30 min conversation with the staff demanding items not on the menu or the cuisine even.
But allergies are serious business people die, quite dramatic deaths right at the table.
Chef should be able to identify ingredientts in his/ her menu. If you warn them ahead of the visit most restaurants are happy to work around allergies.
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Male 38,774

Peanuts are airborne? Oh Puh-leez Louise!
Then that kid should be in one of those plastic bubbles! He`s to fragile for the real world. When grown will his employer have to ban peanut butter? Will 7-11 have to stop selling Reeces Pieces? No more Capt. Crunch`s Peanutbutter Crunch! EGADS!

This is nature saying `you are a mistake .... die`.
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Male 884
go and eat peanuts in a public place. That should liven things up a bit.
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Male 809
YAWN. Man I`m bored. This site sucks
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Male 198
I can`t have cucumbers because I have a strong allergy to them, even the juice from a pickle can be debilitating. Thus, I order things without pickles. If something comes with pickles, I send it back or ask for it to be removed from the bill. I rarely have problems with it when I say up front that I have an allergy to cucumbers so I don`t even want them on the plate.

Of course I typically order things that don`t come with them to avoid this sort of thing. It`s only when I go to a place that insists on putting it there when I specifically stated not to that there`s any problems.
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Male 108
Schools ban peanut butter because the allergy is airborne and deadly in some cases. People are becoming more and more allergic because of what our industry does to wheat. It`s been genetically modified to the point it doesn`t resemble traditional wheat on a genetic level. The food iundustry uses us as guinea pigs. Keep blaming the victims, it is what the corporate world relies on.
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Female 584
lmao @Gerry
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Female 1,478
Yes, TruTenrMan, it`s a real thing. But so many people retardedly think, "Oh, my, well if it`s bad for these so few people, it must be bad for everyone and their body!" and that`s just sad. So, for sales, companies pander to these fruitcakes and create gluten-free everything. I mean, you must realize there`s a "craze" and that these sorts of things only came out in force fairly recently, under the guise of being "healthier" and that`s a bunch of crap. My ex`s mom is a gluten-free nut, and she doesn`t need to be. She`s also anti egg and anti sugar and doesn`t need to be. Nice lady, but seriously, she`s making stuff up for herself and her husband and saying that`s how they "need" to be to be healthier.
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Male 38,774

I`m with Victor.
Stop expecting the whole world to accomodate your personal problems.
Stop demanding airlines charge for 1 seat when your fat ass is taking up 2.
Stop expecting schools to ban peanut butter `cause your weak ass kid can`t eat it.
Stop outlawing Happy Meal toys `cause you`re too lazy to feed your child properly.
Stop expecting every resteraunt to have gluten free, sodium free, meat free, transfat free, low cholesteral, red dye #4 free, MSG free, poly unsaturates free food.

Eat a rice cake at home and shut the hell up.
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Male 1,497
As a career chef I`ve seen plenty. Alergic to lettuce, dark meat, fish, but salmon is fine. I`ve had to put nacho`s in a blender for a guest who could only drink food. If anyone has been doing it for 5 years you already know what I mean. We`d send people away to other places to borrow thier bannanna peeler. Left handled frying pans.. it`s fun.
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Male 2,552
My nephew is gluten-free. His body just wan`t GROWING. They found out his body couldn`t process the gluten, and now the little dude is taller than me. It`s a real thing.
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Male 653
The person who has a three digit number on speed dial has a very short memory or a very tight schedule.
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Male 20,304
Link: Keep Yo Gluten-Free Ass At Home, Dummy [Pic] [Rate Link] - Sure, maybe Victor is nuts, but we can all share his feelings on `those people` who are all of a sudden gluten-free.
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