Oh, dear.


Oh, honey. Don’t you know that mama always knows best?

That’s right; Horse meat has been detected in IKEA meatballs and sales have now been halted in Sweden.

Twitter users polished up their spurs and hopped on their humor saddles. And away we go:


And, lesson learned?

Couches, yes. Meatballs, nay.


  • BlueGood

    And people wonder why I hunt deer….range fed, no additives or chemicals, no neighbours’ daughters’ pony parts….

    I really think it was Monkey Meat……”Darling Darwin the Ikea Macaque” case is er… settled….

  • NRPax

    To be fair, I’m sure that Ikea put up some kind of disclaimer but no one could understand it.

  • TocksNedlog

    Meatballs, neigh!

  • GTFOBigGovt

    Yeah cuz killing a horse is 100x more offensive than killing, say, a pig with an iq higher than a dog. Or Ted Nugent hunting animals in a fenced enclosure and owning canned hunt businesses. Or torturing monkeys in medical labs. Or denying elephants mourn their dead family members and conduct burial ceremonies while torturing them (even young babies ripped from their mothers) to do circus tricks, living chained to a cement enclosure.

    It’s no wonder we ended up with the ignorant citizenry we have believing in the Obama way if they can’t even figure out simple compassion.

  • http://twitter.com/die_mich_zwei Spatial Awareness

    Horse meat is a STAPLE in Europe and is readily available/bought in your local grocery stores, next to the pork, the beef, bird prey of all sorts, game meats and all the other usual suspects…..

  • redheadgrl

    Most of these yahoos probably don’t know this, since they’ve probably never left the US, but people in the Northern countries in Western Europe eat horse meat. In meatballs. And other dishes. Holland, Sweden, Norway, etc.

  • J. Cox

    For all the parents that wanted to buy your kids a pony….

  • Lamontyoubigdummy

    IKEA floor to ceiling decorative bookcase: $599.00 – Attempt to assemble with wife “reading” instructions, entire 30 day Xanax prescription depleted during assembly, 16 “parts” left over, wife files for divorce, product falls apart with weight of one paper back book.

    500 IKEA meatballs with toothpicks: $79.00 – Leave two days to harden meatballs, insert toothpicks to assemble any kind of structure, no “parts” left over, will hold up 50″ flat screen for six years.