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Jimmy Kimmel Weighs In On Swine Flu And Other Meaty Issues

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Jimmy Kimmel is a funny dude! But he’s not all jokes.

Recently, Kimmel was quoted in the New York Times saying:

“The government does not want us to call it the swine flu. They’re calling it the 2009 H1N1 virus. The reason for the change is they want people to know you can still eat all the pork you want without any risk to your health, except diabetes, obesity, and heart disease.”

Now Kimmel isn’t a vegetarian yet, but we think he just might be on his way. Check out some of these classic Kimmel clips. We think it’s time for Kimmel to take that good old fashion VEG Pledge!

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