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  1. [SPOILER]
    Coming out of the pantry, I saw it coming as soon as the camera insisted on the BBQ sauce…

    I really can’t root for the son, as catsup is essentially the same as BBQ sauce, just much less flavorful and no bourbon. I thought that was the moral of the video: that gays are like everyone else, including those who have no taste and prefer tomato sauce! What will they invent next, that there are gay plumbers or farmers too? ;)

    1. “I once tried horseradish.”

      The ONLY times to consume horseradish is when you’re practically dead from a cold or flu so your sinuses can open up more … and when eating Japanese food to mix a tiny bit into the shoyu or teriyaki sauce for a tiny bit of flavor (again, to help breathing).

    1. “I found the gigantic bras on the clothesline funny.”
      Those are for holding the bottles of sauce when leaving Costco.

  2. This is one of the dumbest videos. Trivializes the very complex issue of human sexuality by calling it “simple.” It’s not a choice. It’s not a taste preference. Sexual identity goes to the very core of our being and it is nothing at all similar to the choice of tomato sauce vs. barbeque sauce. This video moves us backward.

    Dumb. Dumb. Dumb.

    1. I don’t know what video you watched, but this one posted above is about sauces, not sexuality. Nobody even gets naked. BBQ sauce possesses all the requisites for full-frontal flavor – molasses, sweeteners, and seasonings galore, while plain tomato sauce lacks even the character of common ketchup (catsup), which at least is goosed with vinegar, sweeteners, and spices. Tomato sauce lovers are a culinary dead end – they’re perverse taste wastes their palates.

      A man who has chosen tomato sauce over BBQ sauce is to be suspected, lest his unnatural choice influence vulnerable and inexperienced adolescents and younger children who would otherwise choose the more normal and accepted BBQ sauce.

      Perhaps you should watch it again, behold the moral of the story, that even an abnormal gastronomical attraction can be taken in stride by the unconditional love of a real parent.

      Bon appetite!

        1. @George:
          Thank you.

          One must realize, when you’re brainwashed with the bullshit of religions, then it appears to be more difficult to see the real abstractions of life.

        2. This ad is from Australia, and as an Australian I can say that its very much in the vein of our national dialogue. Perhaps the tongue in cheek nature doesn’t translate well in every culture but here an ad as uncomplicated and light hearted as this is often the best way to get the message across. I assure you the seriousness of the situation isn’t lost on us.

      1. @Horselips
        “-while plain tomato sauce lacks even the character of common ketchup (catsup), which at least is goosed with vinegar, sweeteners, and spices. Tomato sauce lovers are a culinary dead end – they’re perverse taste wastes their palates.

        A man who has chosen tomato sauce over BBQ sauce is to be suspected, lest his unnatural choice influence vulnerable and inexperienced adolescents and younger children who would otherwise choose the more normal and accepted BBQ sauce.”

        ~Ok, admittedly your fault was with plain tomato sauce and not ketchup I just wanted to make point that our new President’s first meal as our Prez was a $54- well done, (over-cooked), dry ass steak, slathered with just that, plain jane everyday tomato catsup exactly like he had as a kid.
        Still I found what you wrote as totally relevant and quite similar in a sad way, especially considering that his son Baron wants to be exactly like his daddy when he grows up.

        1. 😈Please forgive my misspelling of young Barron’s name,
          they’re two r’s not one as I wrote.

          1. I can’t understand the attraction to steak cooked well-done. I like mine charred-walking-rare. (Sometimes called “Pittsburgh rare.”) Now that pork is completely safe – safe as beef – I like that rare as well. Medallions of pork tenderloin seared in seasoned butter is a treat. Melts in your mouth like a drained dick. Yummm.

            It appears that minds that are set in concrete, like Penboy’s and George’s, are impervious to obvious sarcasm. Oh well. Anyway, in a few years, cute Barron will be a total hottie.

          2. @Horselips
            ~Agreed, not since John John has there been a boy living in the White House. He’s not there yet but when school’s done in NYC he’ll have a new stomping ground in D.C. though probably not as fancy as his old digs!

          3. @devilena:
            “He’s not there yet but when school’s done in NYC he’ll have a new stomping ground in D.C. though probably not as fancy as his old digs!”

            Don’t count on it for a couple of reasons. If anyone’s been paying attention to the videos of Trump & wife, you’ll see that Melania isn’t very happy and could well be going for a divorce. See them for yourself.

            Also, the way it’s going, I doubt those 2 will “move into” the White House — Donnie boy is headed for an impeachment and he just might not make it the first year.

          4. @pb
            😈Dang if you ain’t a gloomy Gus and foreteller of Trumpdoom!

  3. You missed the point entirely, George. The video isn’t saying it’s simple, it’s saying it SHOULD BE. It’s saying that who you love should bother people just as much as which BBQ sauce you prefer: Not at all!

  4. British brown sauce (HP) or Chop sauce – at least it has taste, not like a lot of tomato sauces which are sweetened to hell

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