PETA is still upset over Gaga’s meat dress!

Lady Gaga's Meat Dress

Hey, you know that meat dress Lady Gaga wore once? Like, a year ago? Well, PETA must have nothing better to do and all the good little animals must be safe because they’re back to their famewhoring ways again, demanding that Gaga make a dress made of lettuce because that’s how “art” works: Basically, you just say what you want, the artist makes it and then you all pretend there’s a message in this aside from “people are morons.” RadarOnline reports:

If PETA India activists get their way, absolutely: The organization is urging the Born This Way singer to wear a dress made of lettuce when she headlines an invitation-only show in New Delhi this weekend, following India’s first Formula 1 Grand Prix race.

The dress, Sachin Bangera of PETA said, would take about five to six hours to construct, as Gaga would be decked out with lettuce leaves held together by pins and threads.

“If she agrees, we’ll make her a dress entirely of lettuce and held together by pins and threads,” Bangera said. “It will be a full length gown, and we’ll make sure it looks sexy … someone will be on hand to spray the lettuce with water so that it doesn’t wilt.

Is it weird that I love animals, but absolutely goddamn hate PETA with a fiery passion? People who are sane, rational people who love animals but understand that life is complicated and sometimes decisions need to be made on a case-by-case basis where animals may get the short-end of the stick in order to save human lives? Those are the people I want fighting for animal rights. Not a bunch of idiots who think sticking naked models in cages every time something bad happens to a chicken will somehow convince men to treat animals better. Hell, from a Pavlovian stand-point that doesn’t even make sense. On a side note, did you know crystal meth is free of animal byproducts? Because that actually explains a lot.

Lady Gaga Meat Dress

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