From the PETA Archives: Carnivore Picnic

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Carnivore's Picnic


If you’re a PETA expert, you might remember our classic “Carnivore Picnic” billboard. If not—or if you’d just like to brush up on your PETA trivia—guess which of the captions below accompanied this classic PETA image (answer after the jump):

Caption One
“Timmy, can you please pass me the rotten carcass?”
“Well, gee whiz, Suzie—of course. One charred slab of flesh, coming right up!”

Caption Two
What’s the difference between these teen picnickers and a pack of hungry cheetahs?

Caption Three
The carnivorous pack had gathered for the kill.

Think you have an even better caption for this classic PETA billboard? Leave a comment and let us know!

Written by Liz Graffeo

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