Coworker brought in vegan lasagna today and I’m ready to knock all that shit over. pic.twitter.com/eZWgkQNPWP— Peaches (@AristaFbabi) April 30, 2019
It all started when a Twitter user (@AristaFbabi) stole a photo from Reddit that she passed off as her own of a “vegan lasagna.” She would go on to claim that her co-worker had brought it in to work. People were quick to call this a salad and not lasagna, including Stouffer’s and Dictionary.Com. Glass houses Stouffer’s, I’d hardly consider your frozen lasagna’s edible. But I digress...
I would go straight to HR. This is a prime example of a hostile work environment.— S. Gardner (@slgardne) April 30, 2019
That's not lasagna, that's just a salad being orderly. They can't fool me with these lies. https://t.co/Xc1AbiwVWJ— Oliver Campbell (@oliverbcampbell) May 1, 2019
We repeat: Not lasagna.— STOUFFER'S (@stouffers) April 30, 2019
This why vegans don't get invited no where. I don't even eat lasagna but I know no one wants a vertically stacked salad. https://t.co/rZiALmcXho— BLVCK (@Cuz_ImBlack) April 30, 2019
ONTD, is this a vegan lasagna or just a layered salad?
Definitely. Not. Lasagna.— STOUFFER'S (@stouffers) April 30, 2019
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