Can’t she see that muesli is good for one? That by choosing muesli I am
doing not only what is good for my body, but that which has the flavour and
texture I prefer? That I am following a family tradition that I cherish?
Setting an example of values and good life habits for my children?
Clearly, by choosing cheerios she is displaying her contempt for my choice
of muesli. She must hate muesli, and want to have it banned so that
everyone will eat cheerios instead.
Why does she have to oppress we mueslists so by speaking positively of
And that’s just the beginning of her evil.
Because she adopted, she must be anti-those who bear their own offspring.
Because she’s just given birth, she must be anti-childfree.
Because she fed her daughter bottle-formula, she must be anti-breastfeeding.
Because she’s a working mother, she must be anti-stay-at-home mums.
Because she’s pro-gay-unions, she must be anti-traditional-marriage.
Because she’s non-religious, she must be anti-faith.
Because she’s bringing her son up Buddhist, she must be anti-Christian.
Why yes, I am thinking of certain public debates about manufactured conflicts between groups of people who’ve simply made a different personal choice from other people they see around every now and then.
Why do you ask – are you an anti-allegorist?