Pita Kinky Roasted Turkey Meme on Twitter

A creepy meme mocking meat-eaters and pushing turkey for tofu has caused an interesting reaction online after People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (Peta) put their own spin on a Thanksgiving favorite.

“And some people still think Tofurky is weird,” PETA tweeted with a disturbing cartoon of two men and a woman feeding on a turkey looking shocked.

The depicted characters are depicted eagerly preparing to eat.

“I can’t wait to drink my smoothies!” says one of the characters in a speech bubble.

“Mmmm, it’s so hot,” says another male character, who is shown eating a fork full of bird.

The image is topped by a woman pouring gravy over the turkey with what can only be described as a “sinister” smile.

The confusing part of viral marketing has startled, confused, and confused people online.

“Eccentrics!” One person pointed out.

Another wrote: “People will take you more seriously if you don’t do things like this.”

Another added, “I don’t think Beta is OK.”

They say any publicity is good publicity, but for most people, the post was downright annoying.

A third wrote: “Peta is here using Thanksgiving to get rid of her horrific tweets.”

Another suggested: “This sounds weirdly sexual.”

Another wrote: “I have never seen a more complex thank you post.”

One person joked, “I started eating meat again because of this tweet.”

Others could see the humor in it.

“Conspiracy theory: PETA is run by meat-industry geeks who are dedicated to making vegans and vegetarians look as exotic as possible,” someone joked.

“What a happy family! Another added.

If Peta can sell you on the idea of ​​ditching the meat and opting for Tofurky — a purveyor of vegan versions of meat products — Woolworths sells its products in Australia.

Besides fake turkey, the producer makes fake chicken, deli chips, burgers, hot dogs, tempeh, and roasts.

Originally published as This Sounds Oddly Sexual: The weird turkey meme is roasted from PETA

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