Source- Memories Pizza said they would not cater a same-sex wedding because of their Christian beliefs.
This past weekend the business unknowingly served a gay wedding.
"Memories pizza said they would never cater a gay wedding," Robin Trevino said. "So yesterday, I drove to Walkerton, Indiana and I bought a couple of pizzas. Memories pizza just catered our gay wedding."
The Chicago couple celebrated their vow renewal this weekend.
The day before the ceremony Trevino drove to Walkerton to pick up a couple of pizzas to share with their guests.
Trevino told the Huffington Post, "I'm not going to pretend that this was not done out of spite, but this also gives Memories Pizza an opportunity to see my happy family sharing a beautiful moment together."
I guess the definition of "cater" in Indiana is pretty loose, huh? Driving to Indiana to pick up a couple pies and then serving day old pizza to your wedding guests doesn't really count as Memories Pizza "catering" your gay wedding. Really you just got some super gay, super soggy takeout. If we are talking semantics then Memories Pizza still doesn't have a catered homosexual wedding on their resume. It's not like their employees were dressed up in matching suits personally delivering pepperoni to each guest. I am against places of business withholding service to demographics of their choosing too, but I stand by the notion that if you are trying to get your wedding catered by a shitty pizza joint in Middle America then you are the worst gay couple of all time.
I don't even blame Robin here, He clearly doesn't understand how "spite" works either. Where was his brand new life partner to step in and tell him that he was being overly dramatic? Hey Robin, vengeance...you're doing it wrong. Driving out of state, the day before your wedding, to buy pizzas from a place that doesn't accept your lifestyle, just so you can pretend they catered your wedding? Seems like a lot of work for very little pay off. Aren't there more important things to do less than 24 hours prior to dedicating your life to another human being? Not exactly familiar with the average itinerary on a wedding weekend, but I wouldn't think there would be room to fit in a trip across state lines just out of spite for the business you just helped to keep afloat. I've never had my sexuality discriminated against, but I don't think I would want to make the people that discriminated against it part of my big day.
Who knows Robin? Maybe your little video of people happily eating pizza convinced a couple close-minded assholes in Indiana that homosexuality is not a sin. However, I feel pretty confident in telling you that you wasted gas, time, and money for no fucking reason. Congrats on the marriage though!