Idiot religious people complain about Pret's crisps
Christianity is so feeble and fragile that it can't cope with anything. So weak is the Christian spirit that Pret A Manger's 'Virgin Mary' crisps caused them to actually make a complaint.
As such, the crisps have been withdrawn from sale.
Now, of course, there'll be people out there who will say 'there'd be uproar if they were called Mohammed crisps!' or some such, but they're idiots as well. That's because we're talking about crisps. Crisps called 'Virgin Mary'. They're not called 'Buddha Jizz' or 'Ramadanadingdong' or anything.
Either way, weedy Pret have decided that these spicy tomato crisps (hence the name - it is a play on a Bloody Mary cocktail) should be taken off the shelves because they don't won't to make Jesus's followers cry all the holy water out of their faces.
A company spokesperson said: "It didn't take many complaints. It's the strength of feeling that's behind them that's important. For the sake of a particular flavour of crisps, we don't want anyone offended."
Pret put out a statement too, saying: "Clive [Schlee, Pret's CEO] has taken your advice and decided to remove all of the crisps from our shops," the complaint response said. "We will be donating the unsold crisps to homeless charities that we support across the country. We do listen and we have tried to react quickly."