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Surprisingly, Thug Kitchen is written by two white bloggers and readers were appalled when they found out. The authors faced some backlash as they were criticized for racism and cultural appropriation (Green). The intent was to create a fake thug persona that is vulgar and arrogant to instill confidence in readers to rethink food and elevate their kitchen game. However, the use of the word “thug” has enraged many people and is now seen as something that is commercialized based on the capitalization of certain cultural groups. On the ideological level, the authors simply want to share their philosophy of healthy eating that debunks veganism as a pretentious lifestyle by using casual profane language.
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The purpose of the article "Big Mac Attack" is to convince the audience that McDonald's foods are unhealthy, disgusting, and causes obesity. The author has multiple of negative depictions of McDonald. They wanted to readers to become disgusted by the sight of the images depicted and change their viewpoint of McDonald. For example, the author included a picture of a gross bloody-looking chicken with text that says "Do you want fries with that?" which enhances the author's purpose by creating a negative outlook about McDonald's food.