There is an epidemic in America. An epidemic of delicate millennials flooding the campuses of America, fighting for . . . Well nothing other then their own personal glorification.
When one has no real cause to stand for, they become obsessed with others actions, and suppressing others. Thus, the snowflake is born.
Snowflakes are delicate creatures who, well, cant take the heat.
Snowflakes need special treatment to be sheltered from the real world, people with differing opinions. They need safe spaces.
“Friends in Safe Spaces” as sung by Steve “Mudflap” McGrew and Chad Prather is worth the viewing. Sung to the tune of the iconic Garth Brooks song, “Friends in Low Places” this song offers no safe spaces.
With awesome lines like:
“Blame it all on our roots, we never wore boots, and never once played in the street. And feel very bitter, get our news off off Twitter, and just cant handle defeat.
You saw the suprise, the fear in our eyes, when Donald became President
Screamed this cant be true, America’s through, to the safe spaces we went.
I’ve got friends in safe spaces. If you don’t go with us, then you must be racist” ….
Hear the song and seethe video below. It will make your day.
As snowflakes across America flex their social justice warrior muscles to save the world from “triggering” events like scales at the (gasp) gym, finally there is a song dedicated to their cause.