We have been in the business of exposing and elucidating suicidefoodism for a long time now.
We have presented hundreds of mascots, logos, and cartoons.
We have steeled ourselves to the contempt so often expressed for animals.
We have made our way through the muck of animal-hatred, small mindedness, and poor taste.
We have dredged the swamp of sickness to uncover the truth.
We have seen it all.
Or so we thought.
Welcome to the bottom. This is the sewer of suicide food. We pray—tears streaming from eyes shut tight—that this is the worst we will ever see. Just a glance at this and our sanity trembles and teeters. This is an undeniable obscenity.
A duck—dead and plucked—entices us with (human!) bedroom eyes. The goal of her seduction: inflaming our appetites to the point where we cannot resist devouring her remains in a spasm of unquenchable sexual hunger.
"The temptation of taste," the ad copy reads. The triumph of debased tastelessness, is more like it.
These depictions of the duck, the pig, and the chicken are opposed to every tender feeling, to every noble intention. They establish a zenith of inhumanity, dedicating a decadent temple of perversion. They encourage adherents to worship their sacrifices and then violate them.
Please forgive us for bringing these pictures to your attention.
(Thanks to Dr. Liz for the referral.)
Addendum: If we were not a signatory to the charter of Outraged Commenters on Suicidefoodist Imagery, and thereby limited to a five-noose scale, we would award the erotic Rachachuros corpses a minimum of eight.
Addendum 2: The photos above are the worst, but not the first, horrendous advertising campaign perpetrated on behalf of Rachachuros Seasoning. The duck to the right is from a series of ads meant to illustrate just how delicious the product is: dead animals coated in it might wish to eat themselves! Another home run!