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We’ve Got Your Cheat Codes Right Here

Written by PETA | April 23, 2010

Just in time for Friday afternoon’s behind-the-boss’s-back video-game break, the creator of our popular New Super Chick Sisters is taking us on a walk through the game, showing us where the secret tofu blocks are stashed and demonstrating the proper technique for butt-stomping doomburgers on the way to save Princess Pamela Anderson from the clutches of evil Ronald McDonald. (Baffled? We promise not to tell anyone that you’re a bigger fan of the Bee Gees than of video games if you promise to show this to a daughter, son, niece, nephew, or grandchild. It’ll score you some points; you’ll see.)

 


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She had me at “hairball-coughing sea kitten suit”!

If you haven’t played this addictive game, check it out. After you rescue Princess Pam, why not take down the chicken-abusing clown the good old-fashioned way—by dropping McDonald’s a line?

Written by Lindsay Pollard-Post

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  • James says:

    Jackie What’s it like being heartless AND brainless? If you don’t want your ignorant children to play it don’t let them. You sound like one of those clueless morons who thinks video games are for children only.

  • Jackie says:

    I’m a fan of video games. Not cheap rip offs that expose children to graphic statements about animal abuse that are beyond their understanding for their age.

  • ocean17 says:

    that’s definitely a winner. super chick sisters is a gas! good job PETA. oh yeah… go vegan. do it today.

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