Queer Food Makes You Sick – Avoid Chipotle

Embattled Homosexual Activist Tex-Mex Chain Chipotle Shuts Down for Hours After Making Hundreds Sick

 

“People will come back,” Chipotle founder and co-CEO Steve Ells told employees during the meeting.

As previously reported, Ells is an open homosexual, and the company has participated in numerous homosexual pride events nationwide, including the Capital Pride parade in Washington, D.C. and the Philly Pride parade in Philadelphia.

In 2013, the chain utilized a float upon which sat a man riding a giant burrito wrapped in tin foil. On the side of the float was a sign that read “So big you can ride it,” with an image of a rainbow-wrapped burrito in the center. Some considered the float as being sexually suggestive or making a reference to sodomy.

Employees have also been known to wear “Homo estas?” t-shirts—a pun of “Como estas?” which means “How are you?” in Spanish. Last July, following the U.S. Supreme Court “gay marriage” decision, the company Tweeted “Homo estas? Very well, thank you. #lovewins”

The company also distributed flyers at gay pride events last year that read “Homo estas” and asked “Which way do you sway?” On each side of the question was a pin, one of which said “I Eat Tacos” and the other reading “I Eat Burritos.” Outlets referred to the flyers as being “provocative” and making a “not-so-subtle … genital reference of burritos and tacos.”

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