Online dating for vegetarians
Tweeters have blasted the campaign 'outdated and highly offensive', forcing the restaurant campaign to remove the posters One tweeter, Animalista Untamed, blasted the ads as 'insulting', left, while Luna Unicorn Sminks called it 'really bad advertising', right, and vowed to ignore the restaurant chain, who have promised to pull the posters Luna Unicorn Sminks wrote: 'Cheers for making it even easier to ignore your food chain.Really bad advertising.' She shared an image of one of the advertisements, along with a parody image that read: 'We kill them so you don't have to.''The same vegetarians that we've looked after and fed since our very first restaurant. But hopefully we'll not tread on anyone's toes while doing it.The popular chain, which launched in London in 2011 and now has over 60 restaurants across the UK, boasts a menu featuring 100% beef burgers but, ironically, they also serve up vegetarian options such as pan-fried bean patties and grilled pineapple burgers.One poster featured a picture of a cow with the tagline: 'They eat grass so you don't have to'.These outdated and highly offensive ads were completely misjudged and smacked of both naivety and ignorance.
It is 100s of questions long and asks many probing questions about religion and moral views.There are no compatibility filters, so once you’ve filtered by the basics, there’s no way of narrowing it down.However, perhaps controversially, arguably this is more of a pro than a con – as the saying goes, opposites attract!Our intentions were light-hearted and not meant to cause any offence, but clearly we have, and for that we apologise.'So having read all your comments and messages, we've made the decision to take down some of the adverts. Best, GBK.'Jasmijn de Boo, CEO of The Vegan Society, said: 'What a wonderful example of the power of the people to change things.They spotted an injustice, and made their voices heard. 'The last thing we ever intended to do was offend or alienate vegtarians': Gourmet Burger Kitchen were forced to apologise via their Facebook page, though they insisted that their intentions were 'light-hearted''GBK has shown itself to be totally out of touch.
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