Skip to comments.¿Homo estás?: Here’s how Chipotle celebrated this weekend’s Boston Pride Parade
Posted on 06/16/2015 9:21:09 PM PDT by beaversmom
Thousands attended the 45th Boston Pride Parade on Saturday afternoon and Chipotle was not to be left out from the celebration. The burrito mega-chain asked customers for their preference for... Mexican food.
Parade-goers had their choice of buttons displaying whether they swayed towards tacos or burritos.
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I won’t mind if all these companies just go out of business
Just another company I cannot patronize. Oh, well.
Tacos or Chorizo?
I think I will be passing on both. They are just so absolutely clever with their sexual innuendo... what are their PR people 14 year-old boys?
Big business sees there’s money to be made, and that’s all they care about.
If they lost profits from LGBT promotion, then maybe they’d stop.
The taco comes with Chobani yogurt
I agree, GeronL. It certainly doesn’t make me want to eat there. I haven’t gone there in years, but I certainly won’t be going back now. I don’t wanna sound like I’m some sort of goody-goody, but gay, gay, gay and transgender is all I hear anymore.
The fish taco smells a bit funky.
leftists do not care if they lose money
look how many leftist papers would rather go out of business rather than change
I know! Who thinks this is appropriate for marketing?
I like Chipotle, but I can live without them.
The cause always has priority.
And it will be pursued, whether it costs money, society, or lives.
I miss the days when grown ups were in charge.
The local mom and pop TexMex restaurants offer jolly good food without all of this BS.
Has Qdoba gone gay agenda, yet?
That’s why Hillary and Huma stopped there.
There are other burrito wrap chains (in Texas there are Freebird’s and Mission Burrito - now called Uberito).
Chipotle raised their prices because they believed they were hip and that their customers would simply absorb the hike (that was not brought on by rising costs).
Chipotle is a little bit different.
I was on a mailing list for a clothing website I bought from once. They went Pro-Gay marriage and made a deal about it. I quit and never bought since.
They then went on to showcase how well they did by backing gay marriage, they earned an additional 20%.
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