Yep, everyone should cater to her. When she passes, should we all get on our knees and bow? Just want to make sure we do everything she wants so we don't get an article written about me not respecting the millionth "unique" thing I have to cater to in my life.
#23 | POSTED BY HUMTAKE AT 2019-08-13 12:26 PM
Decency aside, why are "social conservatives" posts diverge away from common sense?
Your reaction seems to blame the victim, this is a running theme. Cruelty, "make them cry" - which I don't believe is so much a lack of empathy, but a misuse. You understand it's a horrible dilemma, but by publishing and nation-shaming her in-laws the victim is become an abusive snowflake!? Absurd life issues? Do you share something with the victim and believe they are not acting "tough enough" by enduring like you've had to? I love spinach, so helped others by eating theirs. But I seriously dislike cilantro and am of no use there. Some people just dislike certain food, but in this instance the food dislikes the digestor. Actually, her throat would begin swelling shut the moment she shovels it inside of her mouth as it touches her cheeks, tongue and lips, then it's either swallow and her throat will swell shut sooner, or spit it out. Inflammation response is a brilliant preventative behavior but can be triggered haphazardly. Everything is poison, nothing is poison.
As for catering - that's all she would need though, isn't it? And a good family does just that - millions and billions throughout just your own lifetime. We capitulate and agree upon menus every single day. What is unique is her family risking her life so deliberately. Does your family share in your disrespectful, backwards contributions unfit for consumption? I go extra effort if I get a chance, some people I guess just don't enjoy food?! I mill soaked almonds to add to wheat flour for extra rich density in my pineapple upside-down cake. I also make a deadly berry buckle, blueberry is my favorite, but sour cream and cherry or strawberry rhubarb are also swell. A nut allergy is not necessarily the same as an allergy to "nuts".
Down on your knees?