You’d Rather Do WHAT Than Visit SeaWorld?!

Published by PETA.

By now, most people know that SeaWorld hurts orcas. These intelligent beings are torn from their families at a young age, confined to small spaces and forced to perform mindless tricks all in the name of entertainment. For #OrcaWeek, we asked Twitter users what they would rather do than go to SeaWorld.

Some tweets made us LOL (like really, we laughed out loud) and some were just too true. Ireland Baldwin would rather make herself VERY uncomfortable.

And Tommy Lee felt the same:

Harry Cook would rather subject himself to great embarrassment.  

Stevie Ryan made us LOL!

SO true. Almost as real as Kathy Najimy’s tweet:  

She TOTALLY gets it.

But it wasn’t just celebs who tweeted what they’d rather do than go to SeaWorld, the Twitterverse was full of creative ideas:

Still doesn’t sound as bad as SeaWorld.

We would take nails on a chalkboard over forced captivity ANY DAY.

Paint drying sounds like a party compared to SeaWorld.

Yup, summer vacation is great and all, but not as good as a life without SeaWorld.

Reopening those childhood scars are still better than going to SeaWorld.

And the best tweet of #OrcaWeek:

Pretty sure the mic has been dropped. Too true.

Please join these Twitter users and compassionate people everywhere and #BoycottSeaworld. Feel free to tweet us @peta and let us know what you would rather do than go to SeaWorld!

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 Ingrid E. Newkirk

“Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights?” READ MORE

— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind