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WWF's New Ad Campaign Has Me Rethinking Dinner

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From time to time we like to cover different forms of media here on the Razz — even if they don’t particularly feature celebrities. A good example would be those hilarious mock Prius ads back in March that featured scenes of body dumping and prostitution solicitation followed by the words, “Well, at least he drives a Prius..”

Today’s find, courtesy of the folks over at Green Daily, is a real ad from the World Wildlife Fund. Obviously, you already understand why it’s a little shocking. I mean seriously, who actually uses an entire head of cabbage as a decorative piece on their table? Gross.

Still, I understand the point that’s being made. Babies are not to be eaten — and natural resources should be saved to prevent sacrificing future generations. Excellent rules to live by.

What do you think? Too shocking?

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