Here's a Tip: Don't Eat Chicken Periods

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Posted December 1, 2005 by Rachelle Owen

Besides the fact that each egg eaten represents 34 hours of suffering for chickens (who, as it turns out, score higher than dogs and cats on cognitive tests), when you eat an egg, you’re putting a bird’s period directly into your mouth. Tasty, huh? If you’re going to eat an omlette, you might as well suck on a used tampon. Whenever I talk to someone about why I’m vegan, the cruelty behind egg production is always the first thing I tell them about. Personally, I think anyone who cares about animals should abstain from eating eggs, whether they have taken the leap and gone veg(etari)an or not. We want all of you to help us spread the truth about eggs in your town, so we came up with this Street Team mission involving some downloadable leaflets and some mild mischief.
Have you heard the one about penguins? Yep, we’re giving away March of the Penguins DVDs. Holy smokes is right! In order to enter, you just have to forward our new “Birds of a Feather” flash animation extravaganza to your friends.
You kids have design skills right? Should I have said 5x1llz? Perhaps. Either way, we want those of you who use software other than Microsoft Paint to design some Web banners and buddy icons for us that incorporate the cruelty-free logo below and a logo.

I stepped on a fairly sharp piece of glass while walking my canine companion, Memphis, barefoot this morning. It would be pretty awesome if the drunkards of Norfolk would do something with their beer bottles other than throwing them on the ground.

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  • 2715 days ago

    VA:F [1.9.22_1171]


    What about the free-range eggs? Do they represent cruelty as well?

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