PETA Urges People To Stop Saying Popular Phrases, In Order To End "Anti-Animal Language"

December 5, 2018
PETA, Protest, Ban Fur Forever, London, 2018

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PETA has always been known to use creative ways to advocate for the rights of animals.

Their latest attempt, for example, urges people to stop their use of "Anti-Animal Language," but taking popular phrases most people know, and altering the wording to make it more "animal-friendly."  For instance, instead of saying "Kill two birds with one stone," say "Feed two birds with one scone."  Instead of "Beat a dead horse," say "Feed a fed horse."  And the list goes on!

Of course, they are getting reamed on Twitter, by a horde of users who are throwing, what PETA would probably consider Anti-Animal Language, right back at them.

Via HuffPost