Famous Seafood Restaurant WRECKS Peta's New Anti-Seafood Campaign
I've never been to Jimmy's Famous Seafood in Baltimore. It's randomly famous with a lot of pro-wrestlers for some reason. Though with this new campaign in response to PETA, the restaurant can expect some mainstream fame.
Serving seafood in Maryland is like serving barbecue in Texas. So naturally, a seafood restaurant in Maryland would take aim at PETA's new anti-seafood billboard in Maryland. Yes, an anti-seafood billboard. In Maryland. Here, take a look.
Siri, show me the biggest waste of advertising money you’ve ever seen. Siri: AYE BRUH PETA PUT UP ‘SAVE THE CRABS… https://t.co/Ph0ZiqP6J3— Aaron West (@Aaron West)1535030887.0
Not that anything PETA does makes a lot of sense (see Natalie Portman Compares Animal Treatment to Holocaust for PETA and PETA Thinks the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Should Be Vegan). Blame their silliness on an adherence to no animal-protein diets. But PETA really must have been wearing their bad idea jeans to think campaigning against seafood in Maryland would work. If you're wondering, bad idea jeans are made from hemp and feelings. Buy them at a local flea market from the hipsters who smell the most like weed.
Which brings us to Jimmy's Famous Seafood's now famous social media response.
4 shrimp, 2 crabs, and one lobster died to create this beautiful masterpiece. That’s still 35,993 less animals tha… https://t.co/bXlISu856N— Jimmy's Famous Seafood (@Jimmy's Famous Seafood)1535283355.0
.@peta you mad? https://t.co/PEddaAdP8z— Jimmy's Famous Seafood (@Jimmy's Famous Seafood)1535151151.0
Well played, guys. The response to PETA alone has fed me for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Nom nom.
Almost as tasty as the seafood dinner I had Friday night. All you can eat shrimp and crab cakes. Don't worry PETA. I thought of you while I ate it.