How Mayo-phobia is KILLING AMERICA || laughing myself silly over an article

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T B Skyen : For those who are here from Tumblr - welcome! This is unexpected. I don't do a ton of this on my channel, I mostly do art and games criticism and talk about character design and stuff - so, uuuh... I guess subscribe of you're into that kind of thing?

Timothy McLean : 4:44: Wait wait wait. In an article complaining about how her mother's traditions are being lost, she's _applauding_ the death of her grandmother's traditions? What the f*k?!? It's horrible that her children are abandoning mayonnaise, but her grandmother's children abandoning kielbasa is something to be celebrated? Is there something about American traditions of her generation which makes them inherently _better,_ not only worth preserving but worth abandoning other traditions to embrace? F*k you, Mrs. Hingston.

DeeDee Doozle : Aside from completely dismissing her own heritage and the history and culture her mother brought wither her and summarily erased for The Good Old Fashioned American Dream, and despite this bizarre glorification of a food and branding it as a life concept, remove ALL of that, and she's still missing the entire point. There are so many Japanese dishes that call for mayonnaise that some people call themselves "addicted." There are a fair few dishes from various latin nations that utilize mayonnaise in their cooking. I don't know a single person who has an opinion on mayonnaise to be honest with you, it's just a thing they might need to add to something. Most people, "milennials" I guess, just aren't interested in dishes whose *primary ingredient* is mayonnaise.

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Time Lizard : She was a woman's and gender studies major in college. NATURALLY, she loathes mayonnaise.

Flailmorpho : Local boomer angry that people like flavorful food

JAY EM : ALSO, this article is like the most conformist and xenophobic thing. It's honestly kind of shocking. How dare those foreigners bring their stinky foods into MY country? They should have been appropriately ashamed of their origins like my conformist mother!

MsDevin92 : "I use fish sauce to my stir-fries these days" is possibly the second-most-bland thing you could possibly say next to "I season my chicken with salt and pepper sometimes".

Arthur Hill : My Feminism and Gender Studies makes me hesitant to belittle an old woman, but I really think this lady wrote a whole ass article because her daughter didn't eat some mayonnaise at a picnic.

KenjuKizawa : I love how she pointed put that her son's name is Jake and there is just Daughter

LoungingLemming : "So what's your opinion on mayonnaise, Millenial?" "I dunno, Helen, it's not very good on ramen and thats all I can afford to eat." "CULTURAL MURDERER!"

Alyssa Fleischer : honestly this whole article is full of like, basically racist dogwhistles scaremongering about "american culture" being lost in the face of "exotic" and "immigrant" culture becoming trendy. she heavily implies that valuing diversity = white guilt and rejecting (white) american culture, because homogeneity is apparently the only way to have a healthy society. this is the most euphemistic version of the language that you often see from white supremacists, which is why something goofy and insignificant like mayo has to suddenly be the biggest deal on earth, because to people who value the concept of unified Whiteness any change from the status quo has to be a sign of the impending doom of Whiteness. and like it's not even as though mayo is at risk of being totally outmoded and the recipe lost to time- i'll fuck up a good chicken salad any day of the week, i tell you what- it's just not AS popular as it was when there were fewer options. mayo doesn't need protecting just because it's not the Definitive Condiment anymore or whatever.

Mona Bain : So, in other words, Sandra is mad because nobody wants to eat her boring ass macaroni salad and she's going to make sure EVERYBODY hears about it.

Cara Elizabeth : I honestly am a little creeped out by how much naked xenophobia and borderline racism this woman displays in this hack piece.

King Toasty : Can you imagine being so jaded towards millennials and so upset that your favorite condiment wasn't at a picnic that you'd write an entire article about how America as a society is dead? I can't help but imagine that when researching for the article she channeled a bit of the Pepe Silvia scene from Always Sunny.

Nyami Mammi : *takes woman's and gender studies* *eats a sandwich with mayo on it* *begins to dissolve like the wicked witch of the west*

Sana Arora : Can her daughter please write a followup article? Possibly titled, "My mother shames millennials because she doesn't like my major.."

Leopardmask : The part about the history of mayonnaise kinda feels like someone trying to meet the word count on an essay lol. ...Actually, a lot of this article feels like someone trying to meet word count.

M Z : Damn, she rly wrote all that when her whole point is 'I'm bitter no one likes my salad' Also the xenophobia JUMPED out during certain parts lmao

Anime Outlands : Well this is a good way to wake up in the morning.

dagnytheartist : Someone: mayonnaise is the staple of white culture Me: funny joke This woman: Actually...

Aaron Hunter : "People don't like my food? Maybe I'm a bad cook... Naaaaah, it's those pesky millenials, I'm sure" Also, honey, alioli is NOT mayonaisse. Alioli is the original recipe for mayonnaisse. If anything, mayonaisse is just a watered down version of alioli.

Salty Seawitch : Honestly? I feel that if you were to ask most young people what they think about mayonnaise, you'd find that we don't really think much about it. There's just too much actual important things we're worried about. Like surviving.

ChaseInfinity : I think we know who the favorite child out of her two children are....

OLIVER DIAZ : After this article I want a condiment based anime where a homemade young millenial banana ketchup warrior fights againts the League of Condiments and the Queen Mayo who slaves the bodies and minds of young children with the power of her MECHANICAL BREAD SLICER

Mai Wisdom : the subtle undercurrent of food racism (the weird obsession with the author's grandmother's food dying out being a good thing, the inclusion of raw fish in the "millenials eat weird stuff" bit, etc) really pushes this to the next level also, wait, yogurt is... a normal food

Mighty Meerkat : It's so weird, because she touches on the *real* reason for the Death of Mayo at one point - it doesn't go with a lot of the food now readily available to consumers - but decides instead that it's because millennials hate white people or some shit like that. Then why is Starbucks still going, Sandy Hingston? WHY? ANSWER MEEEE!

Skittysan : the funniest thing is that boomers don't understand that "millenials" isn't just a word for "kids these days" and there aren't any millenials under age 25?? lmao the oldest millenials are like 38???

Yerret : Hey remember being taught that America's a melting pot? Well you were taught Wrong. America is the physical embodiment of Mayo and if you don't include liquid vegetable seeds, unborn bird fetuses and fermented alcohol in *EVERYTHING* you eat then you can leave! #MAMA #MakeAmericaMayoAgain #WhyCouldntYouMajorInSomethingLikeBusinessRebeccaWeLoveYouItsJustYourMamaHasSpentHerEntireLifeTryingToConformToSocietalNormsAndNowSeeingThoseNormsEmbraceTheCultureIveBeenRunningFromHasThrownMeIntoAnIdentityCrisisThatIsOnlyWorsenedBySeeingMyOwnDaughterAcceptSaidCultureThatIWasTooEmbarrassedAndScaredTo #IKnowHowHypocriticalItIsToOpenlyAdmitThatTheThingImClaimingToBeCoreToAmericanValuesDidntOriginateFromAmericaMakingItAsForeignAndAlienAsTheFoodsImFightingAgainstButTheRecipesOfMyAssimilatedMotherAreTheOnlyThingIHaveLeft

Dread, the Mad Smith : I don't understand how people can be so separated from reality.

Visplight : The thing is, lots of "traditional american" foods are incredibly popular with millennials. Steak, burgers, bourbon, mustard/horseradish/ketchup, apple pie, pumpkin pie, pecan pie, key lime pie, heck - all pie, chocolate chip cookies, brownies, fritters, pancakes, cornbread, mac 'n cheese (but not macaroni salad), American cheesecake, hash browns, American barbecue, peanut butter, cinnamon rolls.... I could go on for days. No one's hating on maple bars just because your granddaddy also liked them. Mayonnaise is unpopular because (as she herself admits) it has no flavor and serves no real culinary purpose. In the words of T'challa, "Ah hell naw Karen, keep your bland-ass potato salad to yourself.'”

XxGigifabulousxX : You don't put mayo on a vegan burger because there are eggs in mayo.

CIN Yang : Everyone repeat after me: “Naturally, she loathes mayonnaise.”

Erbium Indium : To be fair, you have to have a very refined palate to appreciate mayonnaise. The flavour is extremely subtle, and without a solid grasp of egg-oil emulsions most of the flavour will go over a typical gastronomists' head. There's also Richard's culinary outlook, which is deftly stirred into the condiment- his personal philosophy draws heavily from family circle cookbooks, for instance. The fans understand this stuff; they have the intellectual capacity to truly appreciate the depths of flavour, to realise that it's not just creamy- it says something deep about AMERICAN CUISINE. As a consequence people who dislike mayonnaise truly ARE idiots- of course they wouldn't appreciate, for instance, the the addition to the universally loved "Deviled eggs," which itself is a cryptic homage to Apicius' Roman epic 'De re coquinaria'. I'm smirking right now just imagining one of those addlepated simpletons scratching their heads in confusion as they attempt to combine pesto and harissa into a classic American potluck feast. What fools.. how I pity them. 😂 And yes, by the way, i DO have a Hellman's tattoo. And no, you cannot see it. It's for the WASP's eyes only- and even then they have to demonstrate that they're within 5 generations of my own (preferably waspier) beforehand. Nothin personnel kid 😎

Engelsfresse undCo. : I, as a female art student, came to ask, if someone wants to accompany me to the "anti mayo"-ralley this Sunday

Dylan jones : For all of her craziness to think that mayo is holding the world together at the seems, this lady is a fantastic writer lmao

CiderDivider : NGL the Titanic was a twist I could not have predicted

mini m&ms : white woman older than 40 hates flavor more at 11

AkiraN : You know, this article almost makes it seems like different people have different taste and not everyone has to stuff mayonnaise up their ass, or something.

G.T.Studios : She was ok with her folks chaning to except mayo and american foods. Loosing their cultural identity to do so. But people who are willing to imbrace not only their cultural backgrounds but others as well... ...Ok...this is...amazing.

Kai Sea : The problem is EVERYTHING was mayonaise! You have ONE mayo dish and other different textures and flavours. I don't like a lot of mayo but I like waldorf salad and potato salad. But not all at once, goddammit. That's bland as shit. Reconnect with your family foods, it might be received better.

AlienToppedPancakes : Millennials are the most feared serial killer in history

Duchess of Dust : I actually like mayonnaise and I want to go to college for gender studies. But I guess that's unacceptable and out of the question now.

Sophie B : My girlfriend eats mayo with every meal I'm convinced she is solely keeping the mayo industry alive

David Cruz : i seek the autor on twitter and she retweeted an The onion article, now im even more confused if this article is legit, or a joke.

Irrelevance M. : You know when the thumbnail has “Millennials” in the title, we’re in for a ride.

Emmanuel Cadet : Boomers spend all the money and raised millennials. Blame millennials for everything

Cocotte : It's so good to hear you laugh, I couldn't stop laughing as well xD

Poki#3 : 6:42 - It was here, that we lost T B Skyen, may he rest in peace. :P

Forest Grump : So like.... the reason for avoiding massive amounts of mayo can't possibly have anything to do with the knowledge that it's not a very heart smart food right? I mean that would just imply that people are gaining knowledge and leaving behind traditions which could damage their health... that's certainly impossible. This woman could just... you know.... ASK people why they don't like mayo? Nope. That would make too much sense.