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Perpetually offended, stupid and hypocritical PETA is at it again.

PETA has had enough of common phrases that “perpetuate violence toward animals.” The animal rights organization, which is formally called People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, took to Twitter on Tuesday, December 4, to share a list of such phrases that it would like to see replaced with more animal-friendly colloquialisms.
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“Words matter, and as our understanding of social justice evolves, our language evolves along with it,” the tweet stated. “Here’s how to remove speciesism from your daily conversations.” Included with the tweet was a list of expressions PETA has deemed troublesome, and substitutes to use instead.

Words matter, and as our understanding of social justice evolves, our language evolves along with it. Here’s how to remove speciesism from your daily conversations.

— PETA: Bringing Home the Bagels Since 1980 (@peta) December 4, 2018

For example, instead of saying “Kill two birds with one stone,” PETA would prefer people use the phrase “Feed two birds with one scone.” Furthermore, if PETA had its way, the popular phrase “Bring home the bacon,” would be changed to “Bring home the bagels.”

According to PETA, here are some other sayings that need to be changed and what they need to be changed to:

Kill two birds with one stone | Feed two birds with one scone.
Let the cat out of the bag. | Spill the beans.
Take the bull by the horns. | Take the flower by the thorns.
Be the guinea pig. | Be the test tube.
Hold your horses. | Hold your phone.
Open a can of worms. | Open Pandora’s box.
Bring home the bacon. | Bring home the bagels.
Beat a dead horse. | Feed a dead horse.
More than one way to skin a cat. | More than one way to peel a potato.
Put all your eggs in one basket. | Put all your berries in one bowl.

it is difficult to find reasonable responses to such idiocy.

We might be more sympathetic to PeTA if they weren’t so darned hypocritical, caring only about raising money and not animals themselves:

Activism is often accompanied by hypocrisy, but none is crueler than an animal rights organization euthanizing healthy animals. Last year, the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals killed more than 1,400 cats and dogs at its Virginia headquarters — roughly 72 percent of the animals put in its care. Since 1998, PETA has euthanized more than 36,000 cats and dogs — nearly 86 percent of its animals. In one recent year, the animal rights group killed 1,911 out of the 1,992 cats and dogs it took in.

According to the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, PETA is unusually adept as a euthanasia shelter. The euthanization rate among all private animal shelters in Virginia was 10.1 percent in 2016. At PETA? The kill rate was 71.9 percent — more than seven times higher.

And it’s not only sick and injured animals losing their lives. In 2014, PETA employees admittedly stole a Virginia family’s pet Chihuahua in broad daylight from the family’s porch. A surveillance video showed a PETA van pull up in the driveway, followed by a worker seizing the dog and driving off. Wilbur Cerate, the dog’s owner, reported PETA employees later returned to his home with a fruit basket and news that the dog had been killed.

In 2007, two PETA employees were tried for animal cruelty in North Carolina after they were caught dumping the bodies of dead cats and dogs in a dumpster late at night. Evidence presented during the trial showed that PETA employees killed animals that they considered “adorable” and “perfect.” PETA allegedly picked up cats and dogs from animal shelters in North Carolina and killed them before they left the state.

So much for PETA’s impassioned pleas to end “abuse that animals suffer at human hands.”

Another article on PeTA’s hypocrisy and stupidity: Guy Brutally Roasts PETA On Twitter, And People Are Finally Realizing The Truth

Certainly PeTA is allowed to say and advocate for all the stupid things they want. At the same time, we have the same rights to show their idiocy and their hypocrisy and ask “why would anyone support such a intellectually devoid hypocrites?”

We are now going to go make a bacon grilled cheese sandwich for lunch.


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