Bored Social Justice Activist Just Sitting, Waiting Around Until Next Boycott
Going through a rough patch of boredom and inactivity, where his phone had not rung in more than three days, a social justice activist by the name of Greg Meyers was seen sitting around, killing time until the next boycott.
While waiting for hours upon hours for some fun, oppressive measure he could protest, Mr Meyers’ eyes reportedly glistened, his gaze perked up, when he heard about Donald Trump’s recent bombing of Syria, only to be told shortly after to “stay put” because people were apparently “liking this one.”
“Yeah, umm, days have been a little slow lately,” said the on-demand protester, lamenting that for more than a week, there hadn’t been one single right wing university event near his vicinity that he could have gone and blocked people from attending. “It’s sad you know. After the whole Pepsi thing, I haven’t found anything on my Twitter feed worth boycotting. If things don’t change quickly, if racists don’t go back to saying racists things soon, people like me, we might go out of business in all honesty.”
Sick of waiting for something to happen, the sharp minded Meyers just went ahead and started calling for a mass boycott of McDonald's, for carelessly promoting unattainable psychological standards with their distasteful, problematic marketing for "Happy Meals."
"Calling meals "Happy" excludes people with chronic depression from the conversation," tweeted Mr Meyers. "This is institutional oppression at its finest and we must put a stop to it. #FuckMcdonald's"