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I just started reading this hilarious blog called Teddy Wisdom. Heard of it? I’ve been passing it around the office, and my friend Joel has launched a new, albeit fictional, PETA affiliate called PETSA: People for the Ethical Tretment of Stuffed Animals.
In other urgent Internet news:
PETA is an answer to a question in this wedding quiz thingy.
Check out this painting with a question, then go save some seals.
In case you ever run into a Trivial Pursuit question asking which barnyard animal is most similar to the UN, the answer is chickens. Now you know.
Why can’t people get these instead of those hideous betta fish?
It doesn’t exactly have to do with animals, but this is among my all-time favorite pieces of internet folklore. Whatever. Leprechauns need love too.
I’m glad I'm vegetarian because the cows are effing pissed.
That's all I've got right now, but let me leave you to meditate with the the gentle camels of Peaceful Camel Valley . . .
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