To those who don’t go around rhyming carbs with Marbs, you will be familiar with pasta. To those of you in the United States of America or Italy, you might also be familiar with Barilla, a pasta-making company. Those of us in Her Majesty’s Britain are more inclined towards supermarket own-brands, so spin on that, Guido Barilla.
Oh, Guido Barilla.
That’s him up there. And this is us down here, laughing at his hair.
He’s the MD or CEO or Cunt who heads up Barilla, and he was asked only *checks watch* yesterday on a radio station what he thinks about gays. Quite what it was apropos of we’re not sure, but since when has context mattered in these troubled times?
‘I would never do an advert with a homosexual family,’ said Guido. ‘If the gays don’t like it they can go and eat another brand.
‘For us the concept of the sacred family remains one of the fundamental values of the company.
‘Everyone has the right to do what they want without disturbing those around them,’ he continued, before shifting from cunt to prize cunt.
‘(But) I have no respect for adoption by gay families because this concerns a person who is not able to choose.’
Now imagine the good people of this world calling for a boycott of all Barilla products.
Then imagine the panic all over Guido Barilla’s hair, ergo the following apology via Facebook:
‘With reference to my statements yesterday, I apologize if my words have offended some people.
‘For clarity I would like to point out that I have the deepest respect for all people, without distinction of any kind.
‘I have the utmost respect for homosexuals and freedom of expression.
‘I also said, and repeat, that I have respect for marriages between people of the same sex.’
In other words, replace ‘homosexuals’ with ‘profit’ in the penultimate sentence, and it’s Guido ‘homophobe’ Barilla to a T. Maybe one of those Ts made out of pasta, the kind small children who just want to be loved enjoy.
Carbs are homophobic, s'official.,