An African-themed formal hall at Queens’ College, Cambridge has drawn condemnation for perceived ‘cultural appropriation’ of the continent’s cuisine.
Especial ire was reserved for the Lion King-influenced invitation, which told revision-weary students ‘Hakuna Matata’ (Swahili for ‘lighten the hell up’).
The complainants have a point: did Italy ever really recover from the tribulation caused after Britons discovered spaghetti?
Thousands of miles south, Africans are praying that their mostly white, middle class champions will force their academic brethren only to eat the blandest of British food, a worthy punishment for the colonial oppression of their ancestors.
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