PETA is at it again. The outfit that always dictates what we should eat for some reason always seems thirsty on social media.
The latest desperate plea for notice involves the pro-quadruped organization attempting to dissuade meat eaters by suggesting there is a chance that some unsavory elements may have found their way into your meal.
There’s a pretty good chance that you’ve eaten foods made from animal rectums recently. https://t.co/wxN5ntTLK9
— PETA (@peta) December 16, 2018
As our grandparents always said, it’s a desperate call for attention when someone talks about butt stuff. In typical fashion though the group has managed to inspire not revulsion, but derision. Those at the top of the food chain sharpened their knives.
That’s why they make A-1 sauce.
— ˥Ǝ∀HƆIW (@MRob1980) December 19, 2018
Eating the whole animal is respect for its life and our God given dominion over them.
— Common Claus (@Skynyrdspilot) December 19, 2018
Minimizing waste is a bad thing?
— drewski (@_drewski) December 17, 2018
I've had stranger things in my mouth.
So as long as it tastes good, I don't care.
— J. Theberge (@JThebergeAuthor) December 17, 2018
Yeah, it’s called Taco Bell
— Will Finchman (@WillFinchman) December 19, 2018
There's a 100% chance that you talk out of your ass all the time. https://t.co/YQY7VRmIBr
— Schadenfreudelish (@aggierican) December 19, 2018
Ridiculous. You cannot convince me that any of the food I eat is made from PETA members.
— Garrick, the Ard-Rí na hÉireann (Probationary) (@Boydesian) December 19, 2018
WSWYDT. And it is accurate.
If you consider this harrowing, I can say with confidence you've never raised a child.
— Sarcastium Falcon ~ [ ✝ ?? ☕ ] (@d4v1d5m1t6) December 19, 2018
Trying to use the gross out factor instead of facts? That's lower than the dirt your food grows in.
— Nigellus Regulus (@CalendarGenius) December 17, 2018
Which brings up a point the cattle-snugglers do not want to consider — some far grosser things are involved with their bumper crops of kale.
There’s a good chance you’ve eaten something grown in manure
— Scotty Jolly Christmas (@Scottergate) December 19, 2018
There’s a near 100% chance you’ve eaten salad contaminated with human feces.
— Infinite Bastard (@InfiniteBastard) December 19, 2018
Now wait a moment, we might be on to something here.
— Jason Tucker (@phattuck) December 17, 2018
easy, migrant farm workers don't shit on bacon.
— streiff (@streiffredstate) December 19, 2018
You have to pay extra for that, Cotton.
Well now, there is a bit of unfortunate timing at play for the meat police. Just as PETA attempts to shame carnivores with colon talk word comes out of more botanical threats in our food supply.
Another lettuce recall has been issued from the same farm associated with the current romaine lettuce recall. https://t.co/JecRJwpJdw
— USA TODAY (@USATODAY) December 17, 2018
Growers at Adam Bros. Farming, Inc. near Santa Maria have extended a recall of produce due to E. Coli concerns first reported Thursday. The added recall includes green/red leaf lettuce and cauliflower grown at the family-owned farm in particular fields. https://t.co/b8NbVEmVEz
— Central Coast News (@KCOY) December 15, 2018
Yea, we’ll just take our chances with our brisket, thanks.
And word of caution if you are possibly looking to other vegetables as a safe haven — you cannot spell “eat broccoli” without “E coli”.