Well it turns out PETA's anti Super Mario 3D Land campaign was nothing but a joke according to their statement.
Whatever it was...I lol'd at the picture. EDIT: I played the flash game. It's was just a run rumper game. Played tons of those. I get their adjenda. It was whatever. I got Mario tho. Bastard is hella fast.
^ cry baby
I bet you anything they were serious about the campaign until everyone started roasting their areses
It was a funny joke. Seeing every get mad for a reason that doesnt effect them. Mario is one of my favorite series, but the PETA thing didnt make me mad like some people.
PETA never makes me mad. I don't support them. But I think a lot of what they do is funny. Amd they also have hot girls paint themselves like animals and get in cages on the street.
Which they didn't mean as one. By past example they've proven themselves to take themselves too seriously. This is just one of the rare occasions where they actually realized how idiotic they were being.
I think this may be damage control. They realized they were going overboard and now they are trying to take it back. Otherwise it is a pretty dumb joke, only makes themselves look bad.
Agreed. They pretty much realized how dumb that campaign was and is now trying to save face, the announcement that it was a joke is also bad..All the money being donated to them and they're spending their time on jokes.
This was my first thought too. Even if it WAS intended as a joke (which I don't think it originally was), it's sad that they are wasting time and money with crappy "jokes" like this, when there are people donating money to them to help REAL animals.
I think I'll see if I can buy some Tanuki furs on eBay, then make my own Tanooki suit just to spite PETA. Then, I'll take pictures of myself all dressed up and send them to PETA.
Interesting how their "jokes" are indistinguishable from their real initiatives...
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