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Written by PETA | September 3, 2009
Lettuce Lady


We’re all for reaching for the lettuce, but hands off this salad, bucko!

Written by Shawna Flavell

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  • david says:

    HOT and delish!

  • Valerie says:

    Cindy I believe you can just request pamphlets from PETA and leaflet at your local fast food restaurants or wherever you choose to.

  • Jackie says:

    Killing of the KFC guy. Well at least they’re not sending him out to parade around in his underwear.

  • sunshine. :) says:

    i love this idea! but when you guys did the killing of the KFC guy… i thought that was a wee bit too extreme. but this is quite tasteful….. i love it guys

  • Ellen says:

    I think that sending young and attractive girls to encourage vegetarianism is a great idea. It shows people how it’s ahealthy lifestyle choice and a more heartful one too.

  • thehawk411 says:

    Was this picture taken in Louisville. I had heard that the lettuce ladies were going to be there about 3 weeks ago but I have not heard anything since.

  • Jackie says:

    See you can come up with outfits for your protesters without having them look skanky!

  • Brien Comerford says:

    The PETA website could put viagra out of business. So many lovely and compassionate women!!!!

  • cindy haas says:

    Hi Can you let me know how to volunteer for animals to really make a difference? I like the idea of leaving pamphlets of animal cruelty at fast food rest. Thanks Cindy H

  • Rev. Meg Schramm says:

    I know everyone else is looking at the lettuce but I am looking at her lovely red hair! I hope it’s natural. My niece and nephew are natural redheads in fact my niece looks a lot like the girl in the photo…where was this taken?.

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