Skip to comments.PETA: Naked chicken corpses aren't sexy
Posted on 02/07/2013 8:11:01 AM PST by Responsibility2nd
ANIMAL welfare extremists want to ban the display of naked chickens in supermarkets.
They also protest against pictures of raw chickens in ads, The Weekly Times reports.
The American founder of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, president Ingrid Newkirk, criticised a newspaper for running a picture of a raw chicken.
"We don't want to see any chickens on display, but instead want them to live natural, happy lives with their families.
"Sexily displaying the corpse of a chicken who has been bred to grow so big, so quickly, that many collapse under their own weight, is just additionally offensive."
Other supporters expressed disgust at the sight of plucked chickens in supermarkets.
A PETA spokesman said the organisation wants everyone to go vegan.
I remember a few years ago making an offhand comment about picking up some lunch at KFC, to which one of my co-workers responded, “KFC is cruel to their chickens! They cut their beaks off!” Apparently she had no idea that chickens will kill and eat each other if you don’t tip their beaks.
From that day forward, I made it a point to tell her any time I was getting something to eat at “Kentucky Fried Cruelty.”
Neither is spinach. What's their point?
I think pictures of Hot Dead Chicken showing the effects boiling in oil are sexy...
“We don’t want to see any chickens on display, but instead want them to live natural, happy lives with their families. “Sexily displaying the corpse
What idiot thinks a chicken should live a happy life with it’s family?. And they think a naked chicken is sexy?
Now that’s some sick stuff,from a pack of chicken f-er pluckers.
That bird needs a little hot sauce...http://www.youtube.com/watch_popup?v=Yn0ey0vePwI&vq=medium
Idiot PETA, you have got to bread the chicken first, then it becomes sexy for my tongue.
It’s easier to simply de-beak them. The process is simple.
After they hatch, you press the upper beak against a red hotplate and burn off maybe 3/32 of the beak. The chick is then put in a box and you can see it immediately scratch at the burn for maybe 1 second, then they go on their way as if nothing had happened.
They need to be fed crumbled feed then as they cannot forage as they do not have the sharp upper beak to pick up seeds from the ground.
They can still peck at each other but do not inflict injury on each other.
Anyone who has seen a chicken with the back of it’s head or the back just above the tail torn open and a bloody mess will understand the purpose of de-beaking.
Naked chicken corpses aren’t sexy
But it pretty much depends on the marinade..
A well dressed chicken corpse smells so good...
I bet I've read 1/2 dozen articles on FR in the past year or so about this very topic - some sort of wierd human-chicken interaction. These people ain't right in the head.
Having worked on a chicken farm as a teenager, I can attest to the fact that the birds have little to offer, besides being tasty when battered and deep-fried.
Leave it to PETA to see something like that or imagine something like that. The whole org. is sick.
They are correct.
So in order to save them from this shame of nakedness, I throw them on the BBQ and cover them with BBQ sauce.
Back when I was a kid we lived in the country. There was one year when Dad had about twenty or thirty chickens, and one day he slaughtered them all at one clip. One got away from him after he cut its head off; I still remember watching it run around the yard and my mom screaming her head off.
I was probably about nine when this happened, and it was years before I would eat chicken again.
What do you mean, “Nekkid chickens aren’t sexy???”
I go to bed every night with lurid dreams of nekkid chickens dancing on bars and swaying on poles....
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