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Audrina Patridge: Confused About Where Meat Comes From

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Get those eyes ready to roll — this story is a doozy!

So Audrina Patridge (that chick from The Hills) is the latest celeb to team up with Carls Jr. to promote their fancy line of crappy burgers. Patridge recently shot her first commercial for the company and told People magazine:

“I had an absolute blast shooting. It was my first experience shooting a spot with food, and when I pulled up, I was literally salivating looking at all the rows and rows of perfect burgers waiting for me!”

“I was cracking up because I would take a bite, and almost immediately a food handler with white gloves would have a brand new burger ready.”

Oh awesome! Wow! So not ONLY were you promoting the least sustainable food on the planet, but you were also wasting tons and tons of it at the same time? You’re soooooo cool!

Sorry, I don’t mean to sound like Bitter Bob over here, but this chick is the worst! Let’s not forget that she recently lent her image to PETA’s adopt an animal campaign where the tagline read: “Buying animals means killing animals.” 

Perhaps someone should let Miss Patridge know that eating animals ALSO means killing animals. Just because you can’t snuggle with a cow doesn’t mean it’s any less of a being than a dog.  

For Audrina’s ignorance, she gets 10 minutes in the corner and has to wear the dunce hat all day. BOOOOOOO!!!

via: vegetarianstar.com

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