I love it when woman-hating weirdos fight amongst themselves; I root for both sides to lose, and lose big.
Last week I took a look at one Red Pill Redditor’s unsubtle attack on Men’s Rights Activists in general, and former AVFMer Dean Esmay in particular, as sloppy losers “eating cheese puffs out of their fedoras.”
AVFM’s Paul Elam responded with an equally unsubtle tweet (archived here).
— Paul Elam (@AVoiceForMen) October 20, 2015
The Red Pill Redditor — a famously over-the-top character who calls himself GayLubeOil — has returned with a rather more creative, er, rebuttal — in the form of a recipe for Chicken a la Elam.
Mr. LubeOil, in a post titled The Secret of a Tender Elam, starts off by mocking Elam as an “obese sixty year old” who doesn’t “like being told to eat his vegetables.”
After a few more jibes aimed at “Dad bod MRAs,” Mr. LubeOil gets to the meat of his argument, so to speak, which turns out to be “a healthy delicious recipe inspired by Paul Elam.”
GayLubeOil asks his readers to procure a number of chicken breasts, some plain yogurt, and a fairly standard assortment of spices.
But if his ingredients list is a little underwhelming, GayLubeOil impresses with his spirited, if slightly NSFW, account of the preparation.
Directions: In classic Elam fashion, get out your white meat and start beating it. The key to a good Elam, is that it’s tender, beaten down and just a little bit sad. Now cover your Elam in white guilt. You can use yogurt, kefir or buttermilk for this step. The enzymes in the dairy help break down the Elam making it even more tender. Paul Elam is far from healthy and we certainly don’t want to share his fate. Go ahead and add some healthy tasty ingredients: a bit of lemon zest, ginger and roughly chopped garlic. Sprinkle in some salt because Paul is quite salty. Finally if you prefer your Elam to be heated throw in some chili powder and cumin. Put the mixture in a ziplock bag and let it marinade angrily in the refrigerator overnight. When you’re ready, take that bitch out of its safe space, throw over medium heat and cook for about 25 minutes.
Your move, Paul.
H/T — r/TheBluePill