Bare Naked Baby Causes Uproar at Imagine Vegan Café in Memphis [VIDEO]

Bare Naked Baby Causes Uproar at Imagine Vegan Café in Memphis [VIDEO]

Bare Naked Baby Causes Uproar at Imagine Vegan Café in Memphis [VIDEO]

This is what happens when hippies clash with basic health standards.

It happened at the Imagine Vegan Café in Memphis, TN. A customer was eating at the family-owned restaurant, when the couple’s toddler jumped on the table and, well, flashed her. She was a little taken aback, so she wrote a review:

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The owner became “triggered.”

And thus began #ButtholeGate, with the loony owners and internet vegans firing at each other over the internet. Someone pass the popcorn.

Witness some of the volleys fired between the mama bear owner, Kristie Jeffrey, and the public:

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So the owner doesn’t want customers who don’t appreciate her children. Yeah, that’ll build her business.

Oh, but it gets better:

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That’s right, the baby doesn’t use the potty yet!  Yet she runs amongst customers with only a diaper. Which she apparently loves to remove.

Does the Memphis health department know about this? I wonder what the (gulp) kitchen looks like.

Moreover, Kristie Jeffrey blames “haters.” “It’s not about this baby or her naked bottom. It was about haters. And those with a negative outlook on veganism to have an avenue to backlash,” she complained.

Kristie Jeffrey complaining about “haters.” Credit:

Naturally, I have some thoughts on the Imagine Vegan Cafe kerfuffle.

First of all, besides the obvious health issues, is this any way to run a restaurant? If this was the first time such behavior occurred (and I’m betting it isn’t), the owner should have apologized profusely. Then she should have allowed the customer to dine free that day, at the very least.

Secondly, what kind of business model is this? This owner cares more about being butthurt over her naked kid than losing customers?

Thirdly, what kind of food is vegan fare anyway? The Imagine Vegan Café uses no animal products whatsoever. Not even butter or honey.

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We’ve all heard of “fake news.” As far as I’m concerned, vegan fare is “fake food.” Meat is the food of the gods, in my eyes. So yes, Kristie Jeffrey, I do have a “negative outlook” on veganism. It’s not natural. Humans are designed to eat meat.

After all, I live in Kansas City, where barbecue is king. We even have our own barbecue delicacy — “burnt ends.” Oh, I’m sure there are vegan restaurants around here, but they’re about as rare as a St. Louis Cardinals shirt in a local sports bar.

Mmmm. Kansas City burnt ends with baked beans and cheesy corn.

So let me ask you this — would you rather face a plate full of delicious burnt ends on your table? Or the bare end of a naked baby? The owners of Imagine Vegan Café might find out the hard way that normal people don’t want to see the latter.

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Kim is a pint-sized patriot who packs some big contradictions. She is a Baby Boomer who never became a hippie, an active Republican who first registered as a Democrat (okay, it was to help a sorority sister's father in his run for sheriff), and a devout Lutheran who practices yoga. Growing up in small-town Indiana, now living in the Kansas City metro, Kim is a conservative Midwestern gal whose heart is also in the Seattle area, where her eldest daughter, son-in-law, and grandson live. Kim is a working speech pathologist who left school system employment behind to subcontract to an agency, and has never looked back. She describes her conservatism as falling in the mold of Russell Kirk's Ten Conservative Principles. Don't know what they are? Google them!

  • Al says:

    “Tofurky sausage?” Is this an example of what vegan “food” is?? smh

    That aside, the owners of the Imagine Vegan cafe handled the situation in vintage regressive fashion. Zero sense of humor. Never admit you’re wrong.

    Vegan – a person who has never tasted bacon.

  • Merle says:

    Like, I’m so shocked! 🙂


  • Scott says:

    Too damn funny to see the hippies turning on each other.. next thing you know, they’ll be dueling with tofurkey sausages at 5 paces…

  • GWB says:

    Humans are designed to eat meat.

    Not really. Sorta. The original design was “every plant yielding seed and every tree with seed in its fruit”. The fallback position was “every moving thing that lives shall be food for you”.

    But, yes, meat is pre-processed vegetable matter.

    I wonder if any vegan ever pondered the thought that in an apocalyptic scenario, they’ve basically made themselves into cattle? Yum, grass-fed……..

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