‘Win It’ Wednesday: ‘Unhappy Meals’

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UnHappy Meal

Ah, Moe’s. Your Art Vandalay Burrito—a dee-lish medley of black beans, rice, pico de gallo, and guacamole—always ensures a “happy meal.”

But you, McDonald’s, with that scary clown pimping your packages of abused and bruised chickens—you always ensure a very unhealthy, unhappy meal.

For this week’s “Win It” Wednesday, we’re giving away 10 of PETA’s spoof “Unhappy Meals.” Each “meal” contains a “blood”-filled packet with a message urging Mickey D’s to “Ketchup With the Times,” a paper cutout of a menacing Ronald McDonald with PETA’s parody “i’m hatin’ it” logo, a “bloody” plastic chicken, and a “McCruelty” T-shirt wrapped up to resemble a sandwich. It’s a chicken defender’s best weapon in the campaign to wipe out the fast-food giant’s suppliers’ worst abuses of countless birds.

Score yours by telling us about the vegetarian meal at your favorite fast-food joint or other restaurant that makes your belly the happiest.

The contest ends on August 26, 2009, and we’ll choose 10 of the most tempting vegetarian meals on August 28, 2009. Be sure to read our privacy policy and terms and conditions, as you’ll be agreeing to both by commenting.

Good luck!

Written by Karin Bennett

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