I've been to Waco and, unless you're a Baylor Bear fan, there's nothing there.
So when the story broke that a twenty three year old Black woman put herself through college to open and own a burger joint, "Good", I thought.
But then I read that she named her spot "Fat Ho Burgers".
"Even better", I thought.
Everyone is always preaching that people should own their own but then they always want to tell them how to own.
Why is this name offensive?
Is it the imagery that the term provokes?
Do most people think of a fat, greasy, Black woman when they hear the term?
Some intentional - some not.
Would you be offended while dining at Chewy Balls in Houston, Texas?
Sounds like a man requesting that his girl get out of bed to make him a sandwich after having sex.
Flavors of Negros has all kinds.
In this case, you might be interested in a bit of Young Dong.
Fat Ho has it all.
As shown - it's only a name.