Internet Soup

Published by PETA.

I ate so much on Thanksgiving that I thought I’d never eat again, but I’m ready to dig into some Internet Soup. Why don’t you grab a spoon and join me?

  • I’m still thankful that my Thanksgiving Day bloat didn’t include mopping up turkey guts.
  • Anyone who believes that laughter isn’t contagious hasn’t met Mr. Willow Ptarmigan.
  • Get down to the funky sounds of Miss Snorts-A-Lot.
  • Gawker has a piece about a sports columnist in Georgia who wrote against hunting. Gasp!
  • YouTube reveals the daydreams of bored-out-of-their-minds, stay-at-home-for-eight-plus-hours-while-their-peeps-are-gone dogs.

And now, a special “Ladies Who Lunch” video mini-festival:  

  • I suggest you swallow your coffee before watching this one—or risk staining your sweater when you laugh out loud, as I just did.
  • Fur hag with a bag, part deux.

That’s all for now—I’ve gotta go soak my sweater. Until next time, keep feeling warm and fur-free fuzzy during the holiday season.

Written by Karin Bennett

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