PLANO, TX — When ballparks finally open again, those standing for the traditional seventh-inning stretch will be singing some different lyrics to "Take Me Out to the Ballgame."
After over 100 years of selling its caramel popcorn snack under the name Cracker Jack, Frito-Lay announced today that it would be rebranded as the less offensive "Caucasian Jack."
"We are very sorry to all the crack---er, I mean, Caucasians we have hurt over the years," said a spokesperson. "Cracker is an offensive stereotype, and we must make sure that all foods and snack products are culturally sensitive. Think about all the white people who have had to suffer in silence as tens of thousands of baseball fans sang out the hurtful lyrics 'Buy me some peanuts and Cracker Jacks.'"
"No more. The bigotry stops today."
The move was applauded by hurt white people, though they are still criticizing Frito-Lay for how pale and pasty-white the Cracker Jack guy is on the logo.
Are you looking for a way to show how much you love the beloved caramel-covered popcorn and peanuts snack, but don't want to offend anyone by using problematic language? This is the shirt for you! It's comfortable, casual, available in a wide range of sizes (gotta be inclusive!), and most importantly, not offensive to crackers, er, Caucasians!