PETA's Ronald McDonald Ad with Andy Dick and Martin Short
Aug 25, 2009 15:17
PETA is up to their attention-grabbing stunts again, and this time with an anti-McDonalds ad starring Martin Short interviewing Andy Dick as a sadistic Ronald McDonald who gets pleasure out of killing chickens.
I'm not sure what they're trying to pull off here - ok well, I do - but did you notice how they took yet another shot at obese people who "need to eat their chicken McNuggets"? They've already gained some negative attention for their "Save The Whales" billboard which was thought to be mocking overweight women and now this. And I don't think the public is ready to take in this mockery just yet.
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