Posts tagged ‘fake ads’

April 24, 2008

– Of Tuna-Free-Dolphins –

Looking through the paper this morning I came across a recommended dish at a Tel Aviv restaurant featuring veal. The header was “a healthy meal”. To produce this “healthy meal” a calf had to spend his short life in a small cage, in the darkness, without having enough space to even turn around so his precious meat will remain soft and white. Maybe I’ll start putting out ads for fake restaurants offering dishes with main ingredients such as baby seal’s cheeks, tuna-free-dolphins and roasted dog paws. In some countries these “dishes” wouldn’t cause much excitement. However in the western world, where the norm reigns, they can and probably will create quite a stir.