Written by PETA
Today we're celebrating Cyber Monday by flooding Donna Karan's Facebook page. This method has been used in the past to commandeer the pages of other high-profile folks in order to get a point across. Here's the vertical message that people saw when they logged on to the notorious fur hag's Facebook wall this morning:
We're banking on the fact that this ingenious message—sent on the busiest online shopping day of the year— will make the throngs of people perusing Donna Karan's pelt-pimping page think twice about giving their hard-earned bucks to a bunny butcher. After all, there's nothing appealing about wearing fur from rabbits who howl like human babies when their skin is peeled away from their body as if it were a sweater.
So after you finish shopping online, how about using your Facebook page to help us spread the word that Donna Karan butchers bunnies?
P.S. After this major flood, Donna Karan had better hope that she can swim. What do you think?
Written by Amy Skylark Elizabeth
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