By Savannah Smith  |  01-05-2018   News
Photo credit: @NWPRURALCRIME |Twitter

Police officers work hard and are often in harm’s way to keep our respective communities’ peace and order in most parts of the world. It’s refreshing then to see some of them sometimes let a bit of their hair down, so to speak, and also do “mundane” things most of us have the liberty to do but they do not have as much luxury for, like post a photo of their ordinary breakfast.

A police team in North Wales recently shared a photo of their breakfast on Twitter. It’s a simple, everyday breakfast fare, and take note, even food for a breakfast meeting at the station. The food did not even appear to have been delivered from an expensive restaurant but seems like it was just prepared home-cooked and no fuzz style. Just everyday English breakfast fae of sausages, bacon, sunny side up eggs, beans, toasted bread. Pretty simple and pretty “boring” even perhaps.

The team just posted a funny caption along with the photo of the ordinary breakfast fare. RuralCrimeTeam said: “Not bad eh…not one egg broken…let the team meeting begin!”

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Frying squad: Cops in Twitter vegan brouhaha after bacon and bangers breakfast snap <a href=""></a> via <a href="">@IBTimesUK</a></p>&mdash; RuralCrimeTeam™ (@NWPRuralCrime) <a href="">January 5, 2018</a></blockquote> <script async src="" charset="utf-8"></script>

An ordinary team on an ordinary day having ordinary breakfast and posting an ordinary no drama, no controversy-ridden, no hostilities-magnet tweet, right? By all accounts, yes, but apparently not for one out of this world vegetarian who made such a huge big deal out of a non-issue, creating conflict and intrigue when there should have just all good vibes.

The vegetarian also took to Twitter to express her sentiments on the police team’s tweet and on the kind of breakfast they are having, and in so doing, also aired so much hatred, vile, and liberal kind of arrogance and hypocrisy. The vegetarian expressed outraged for the police team’s breakfast tweet arguing she was offended and upset about the tweet.

The vegetarian tweet from a social media user named Diana, now deleted, read: “Speaking as a taxpayer I’d prefer them to be less selective when answering question and perhaps not post breakfast pics that offend vegetarian/vegan followers-pretty thoughtless considering the job title they have.”’

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">And to finish 2017 I had to post this recent reply about our Twitter account, to show why we are withdrawing from answering questions or comments on Twitter for the time being.<br><br>Nothing more I can say really…….<br><br>Happy 2018 <a href=""></a></p>&mdash; RuralCrimeTeam™ (@NWPRuralCrime) <a href="">December 31, 2017</a></blockquote> <script async src="" charset="utf-8"></script>

It was both an arrogant and outrageous tweet. When is it a crime to eat non-vegetarian food, the kind of breakfast fare the majority of the country eats? Also, in as much as non-vegetarian people show respect for vegetarians food choices, why can’t the social media user reciprocate with as much respect and tolerance for other people’s different choices in food?

The police team had a classy reply to Diana. They shared her tweet with the answer: “And to finish 2017 I had to post this recent reply about our Twitter account, to show why we are withdrawing from answering questions or comments on Twitter for the time being. Nothing more I can say really…Happy 2018”

People reacted- mostly in support of the police team, and in contempt for the vegetarian, or more so for her arrogant attitude. One commenter used humor and a bit of sarcasm and said: “As a taxpayer, I think you should tweet photos of your breakfast unless it’s protected species.”

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">As a tax payer, I think you should tweet photos of your breakfast unless it’s a protected species 🙄😉🤣😇 <a href=""></a></p>&mdash; Penguin Yark (@debbo_fisko) <a href="">December 31, 2017</a></blockquote> <script async src="" charset="utf-8"></script>

Another wrote: “What if I’m offended that your not posting pictures of cooked breakfasts? As a contentious breakfaster I only think it’s within my moral and ethical rights to see how good your breakfast is…”’

And even a fellow but sensible vegetarian chipped in and said: “Vegetarian here but not offended. Not a banner waver. People have a right to live their lives and how they choose.”

The vegetarian who got “offended” by an innocent post such as a breakfast fare photo is another illustration of the lack of tolerance of so-called liberals who think their views are the only right views, and their way the only way.


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Anonymous No. 15358 1515202985

Im offended that she eats just vegetables and other plants, imagine how many plants and other crops are dying just for her to eat. I feel totally offended of her being vegetarian. LIKE REALLY.. really really offended.

Anonymous No. 15362 1515207492

Vegetarians and vegans are disgusting freaks and should be force-fed copious amounts of raw offal until they quit being pathetic, whiny faggots.

Anonymous No. 15373 1515227533

Crazy indeed. Right to eat anything even if it kills them. Lol such a good English brekky! Yummy! Eat your heart out crazy vegetarian! 😂

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