“I’d go vegetarian for that.” <— says every guy the first time he sees the picture. :P
This is actually a rather old picture that I’ve been holding onto. I couldn’t figure out if it was PG enough for QC, but ultimately, it *is* quirky and it *is* a bunny, so I had to.
The alternative was for me to try to recreate the photo myself and I’m pretty sure nobody wants to see that attempt, lol. And as a true meat eater, I couldn’t justify trying to pull off saying things like “Vegan meals are healthy, humane, and helpful to the environment, so they’re something everybunny can enjoy!” *cringes at the lameness* Still a great photo, though!
You never hear someone get invited to dinner or a party and they announce “oh, well I’m a meatarian, so I’ll just bring something.” ;)
I thought I had posted about this shirt before, but I dug through my archives and can’t seem to find it, boo. Well here it is now!
Check out those bunny ears even! Maybe I should do a slaughterhouse pose for the site? :P
I’m sure your girlfriend would love a pink bird for Valentine’s Day, right? Who wouldn’t!?
Now before the vegetarians get their feathers all ruffled (oh yeah, I went there….the pun couldn’t be avoided), check out what the farm has to say about the dyes:
From Gozzi’s Turkey Farm in Guilford, Connecticut, these turkeys are Gozzi Whites. Their feathers are known for being white and their meat is renowned throughout the region, to whom the Gozzis supply over 18,000 turkeys per year. Non-toxic, vegetable-based food dye is applied to their "blank canvases" to create these bright colors: it’s all topical and harmless.
Sitting down like in the picture above, they look pretty innocent, but you should really check them out, walking around, all fluffed up:
I suddenly really, really want a turkey.
And before it eventually ends up served with potatoes and gravy on my plate, I’ll take the one in turquoise!