Girls Flash Udders For PETA


Those radical exaggerators over at PETA are up to their old sensationalism again with the launch of Milk Gone Wild, a spoof on the Girls Gone Wild series which uses titillation and human udders to call attention to the apparent health hazards of drinking milk. While we have a decidedly different viewpoint than PETA does on the whole milk thing owing to our attachment, through marriage, to the realities versus fiction of dairy farming, PETA has, again, done what it does best; use sex and controversy to bring attention to its causes. With all the anti-everything campaigns PETA produces, it would be intriguing to watch a video of PETA employees deciding what to choose from the organization's cafeteria menu: lettuce, lettuce or lettuce topped with lettuce.

by Steve Hall    Jan-25-06   Click to Comment   
Topic: Campaigns, Good, Online, Television   

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If you hadn't spoiled the suprise with the whole "Girls Flash Udders For PETA" i might have gotten excited before watching. But they've got a pretty serious case, in my opinion. I'm not one to be a PETA-supporter but when you think about it milk IS pretty gross. I think I'll try my wife's soy milk after all...

Posted by: joel on January 25, 2006 3:52 PM

Lettuce is a living thing, and I can't believe that anyone would be so barbaric to serve it on a menu!

People were meant to consume only starshine and dew drops.

Posted by: Charles on January 25, 2006 3:55 PM

Although we don’t have a cafeteria, our staff enjoy far more than lettuce and lettuce, often ordering from one of the many restaurants in the area:

Sometimes we have Vegan Bolognese from a fabulous local Italian restaurant, or faux-chicken sandwiches and vegan Caesar salads from a restaurant that offers tradition southern cooking and a full vegan menu. Every mainstream grocery sore has vegan microwave meals like Boca Meatless Chili, Yves Veggie Lasagna and Lightlife’s Smart BBQ; all are great for a quick and easy lunch. So eating veggie easy.

Check out for hundreds of recipes that don’t use lettuce…

Posted by: Reannon on January 25, 2006 4:35 PM

HA! Charles, man, that is funny...and original!

I hope you don't get paid to think up clever shit for a living.

Posted by: Ben on January 25, 2006 4:36 PM

"exaggerators" and "sensationalism" is your ass" , motherfuckers.

see the reality:

Posted by: Dirceu on January 25, 2006 5:37 PM

I love real milk...not flavored bean juice. I don't expect much from the puppy killers at PETA and this campaign doesn't surprise me at all. What does surprise me is the large number of brainless drones that follow PETA.

Posted by: Richard Talbot on January 26, 2006 2:37 AM

Well, PETA is considered a bunch of extremist wackos and generally ridiculed by most people (at least here in Texas.)

Of course, that was true of abolitionists 150 years ago.

Albert Einstein (no extremist but fairly bright) once opined that our civilization would eventually evolve to the point where we would consider eating meat as barbaric.

For health if not moral reasons, men with a family history of cardiovascular problems should consider at least limiting their meat intake to six ounces per day. Studies have shown that this will reduce your risk of an early heart attack.

And of course, there is the whole issue of all the antibiotics and hormones they pump in all the crap we eat these days, too.

Oh and Steve -- iceberg lettuce has no nutritional value, so please specify green-leaf or spinach.

Dr. Myra sucks!

Posted by: scott on January 26, 2006 3:07 AM

Milk is nasty... but dead animal's are fucking delicious.

Posted by: anon on January 26, 2006 12:50 PM

I eat meat. I drink milk. I haven't met a vegetarian (or vegan) yet that I could not grind into pulp. Seriously, they look like a stiff breeze would carry them away.

Life at the top of the food chain is good. For every animal you don't eat, I am going to eat three.

Posted by: Ted on January 26, 2006 2:29 PM

Ted, you're a frickin' genius. Might makes right, right? You're that guy getting into drunken brawls outside the bar, and probably from Texas. Go drive your Hummer and start some more wars. Suffering's great as long it ain't you, huh? What a wonderful outlook you have on life.
In your next go round you're going to be hooked up to a machine and aliens are going to suck at your teats until you get old and it's time to slaughter you for your meat.

Posted by: Jeff on January 26, 2006 3:18 PM

I find it amazingly ironic that PETA can afford tens of thousands of dolllars to spend on this type of udder (sic) ridiculousness, yet when it comes to spending a few hundred dollars to find homes for animals, they balk at that, and go right for the kill shot. I have noticed when PETA thinks it will get them positive publicity they'll pull out the old s"ave the puppies and kitties" routines, but they manage to hide their own slaughter house in the back of a moving van, so as not to let the public see what they are really up to. Just how many mobile slaughterhouses does PETA have anyway?

Yeah, PETA can afford to send its members arrogant hate mongering stickers that read "fur ho" and "throw this tomato at a fur-wearer" and things of that nature, but when it comes to doing anything substantive and real for the animals, PETA's hate group is as empty, and clearly on par with any other organized hate group. The only difference is, that PETA is celebrity and media supported and protected.

Posted by: Red Ryderz on January 26, 2006 6:34 PM


I am from Texas and I apologize. Was that your Insight that I ran over in my Hummer on the way to get my smoked brisket and sausage yesterday?

Tell you what; to make up for it, I am going to hug a tree and have an extra slice of tomato on my burger at lunch today.

Why don't you bring some flower-power over to Afghanistan and make nice with Osama. I'm sure he's only a terrorist because nobody gave him any free love.

Posted by: Ted on January 27, 2006 11:00 AM

Also, I am a freaking genius. Of course, you don't actually have to be a genius to drink milk or terrorize vegans.

Posted by: Ted on January 27, 2006 5:31 PM

Two questions? What is this "their own slaughter house in the back of a moving van, so as not to let the public see what they are really up to." What is this a reference to? Also would anyone care to speculated on how small Ted's dick is?

Posted by: Matsuo77 on January 28, 2006 12:22 PM

"What is this "their own slaughter house in the back of a moving van, so as not to let the public see what they are really up to." What is this a reference to?"

Posted by: Peter Verkooijen on January 29, 2006 3:16 PM

"Also would anyone care to speculated on how small Ted's dick is?"

Bend over and I'll show you, knucklehead.

The really surprising thing about Peta is that they even have followers. Of course, differently-thought-enabled individuals (is that the PC term?) like Pamela Anderson need to have their causes, I suppose.

The other surprising thing is that they can figure out how to get on the internet. Oh, for the days when these folks were stuck with their AOL accounts.

Honestly, why don't you get a job, discipline your spoiled children, get off the cell phone in the movie theater, stop cheating on your spouse and stop wasting my time with idiotic comments about aliens milking me 24/7 until I am slaughtered for meat. Have you ever even been to a dairy farm or a cattle ranch? Do you really think you have your shit together enough to tell others how to live?

Posted by: Ted on January 30, 2006 11:55 AM

Ted, why exactly do you think "you have your shit together enough to tell others how to live"? Other than your ability to throw around broad generalizations what qualifies you to stand in judgement of everyone who want animals to be treated with compassion. Fuck, I just got done eating a piece of wild salmon, but that doesn't mean I would condone torturing the fish to death before they cleaned it and ship it. Surely you can see this more than an Us vs Them issue. This about how we treat God's creatures. Would you stop someone if you saw them mutilating a cat or dog. Your a decent person,I think you would. Well then you are for the ethical treatment of animals. Yes you Ted are standing with the homo commie sheepfuckers terrorists. How does that thought make you feel?

Posted by: Matsuo77 on January 30, 2006 1:31 PM

Peta does not want people eating any animals or drinking their milk, or wearing them, or using them for medical research, or keeping them as pets. This is faaaaaaar from simply opposing cruelty to animals.

My initial comments were largely in jest, but you crybabies had to get all bent out of shape and accuse me of being a sub-genius, starting bar room brawls and wars, supporting suffering in general and having a small dick.

Now that I have slapped you across the face with my little dick, you want to whine about generalizations? Give me a break.

I try to focus more on what I can do to make a difference, rather than bitching about what others could be doing to make a difference and at least I understand the charities that I support and I don't send any money or do any volunteer work for violent groups like Peta.

You might as well be siding with the idiots blowing up abortion clinics.

Posted by: Ted on January 30, 2006 1:47 PM