Animals NOT “Pets”: This “Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World” Just Got Madder!

Animals NOT “Pets”: This “Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World” Just Got Madder!


Some light relief – the above madness has got to be filed under “hilarious”.  Enjoy! 

Comments (21)

  • Laura

    What a nonsense! That interview is just beyond belief. At the end, the “other fish to fry” comment from Susanna Reid and Piers’ reaction to it was just hilarious.

    I just can’t believe how stupid people can be, with these crazy ideas. Imagine looking for a lost dog and saying that you were upset because your can’t find your “companion” who is called Fido! LOL!

    Personally, I think this sort of thing is a result of the absence of God in someone’s life. I wonder if there are any authentic Catholics out there who think like this. I wish the interviewers had asked that young woman if she was religious in any way. That would have been interesting.

    February 5, 2020 at 9:57 am
    • Nicky


      I roared at the “fried fish” comment from Susanna at the end and Piers’ reaction, it really was funny.

      February 5, 2020 at 3:17 pm
    • Lily


      I completely agree about the absence of God in the lives of these PC people being at the root of nonsense like this. Don’t call your animals “pets” – are they really serious? It’s like an April Fool joke!

      February 5, 2020 at 4:04 pm
    • editor


      Stupid is as stupid does…

      Who dreams up these daft sayings? Some daft person, I suppose 😀

      February 5, 2020 at 6:30 pm
  • Margaret Mary

    I laughed my head off during tht interview. The poor girl didn’t know if she was on foot or on horseback (just typing that made me think of how often we use animals in sayings, LOL!)

    I do believe that the whole PC rubbish is a result of the absence of God – no question about it. I would be dumbfounded if any real, believing Catholics bought into any of it. They do provide us with a laugh, though, you have to give them that!

    February 5, 2020 at 12:08 pm
    • editor


      Yes, definitely, the absence of God in modern society means that the vacuum had to be filled, and it has been filled with craziness +++

      I hope you’re right about Catholics not buying into it but I’m not quite so sure. That should be a given but then a Catholic Pope should also
      be a given 😀

      February 5, 2020 at 6:32 pm
  • westminsterfly

    These PETA people are so inconsistent. I remember being on the Rosary Crusade in London a few years ago, and a group of PETA women were standing on the edge of the pavement giving out leaflets to those in the Rosary procession. Most people in the procession took the leaflets good-naturedly and there was no problem. Until I saw one man in the procession attempt to give these women pro-life leaflets (I think they were SPUC leaflets) – which he did very courteously and not in an aggressive way, and all of a sudden, these women turned into a pack of aggressive screeching hyenas, attacking the poor man for simply giving them pro-life leaflets, and we all got the ‘my body, my choice’ mantra. So they expect us to support pro-life views on animals, but attack anyone who holds pro-life views on human beings. Hypocrites, all of them.
    As for that airhead girl in the clip, like so many of them, I don’t think they give two hoots about animals, I think they are just immature attention seekers looking for a bit of media limelight, who have to express more and more extreme views in order to secure their few minutes of ‘fame’. Pathetic.

    February 5, 2020 at 1:30 pm
    • Lily

      Westminster Fly,

      I hope this wakens people up and they stop donating to Peta. If they are using their time and money to dream up such silly ideas, they need to get the message that it’s not on.

      I also agree about the way the animals’ rights people don’t support the rights of babies in the womb. It’s a contrast all right – a way of thinking that I just can’t get my head around. They’re even willing to be martyrs for their cause – it’s beyond belief.

      February 5, 2020 at 4:08 pm
    • editor


      I can well imagine the animal rights’ brigade castigating a pro-lifer – they don’t even see the significance. It’s madness.

      I remember phoning the BBC some years ago when all the sympathy in the world was hurled at a weeping woman in the Question Time audience bewailing the suffering of poor foxes who really should NOT be culled, she wept. I couldn’t believe the state into which she got herself, and how the entire panel and audience were oozing sympathy for her and, we assume, the vicious foxes in danger of being sent to foxes’ heaven.

      When I got through to the BBC to point out that (whether it was later in the same programme or another programme maybe the previous week, can’t remember) the host, one David Dimbleby had mocked a young man in the audience for speaking up for the unborn child, while sympathising with the fox-woman. It was a stark contrast, I pointed out. The person on the other end of the phone made clear that she was with the preservation of foxes,not the unborn. I noted, with interest at the time, that she had a Northern Irish accent. Just in case anybody cares 😀

      It really is no coincidence that (we are told) poor mental health is on the rise in the UK. No (insert adjective) wonder !

      February 5, 2020 at 6:42 pm
    • Faith of Our Fathers

      Your spot on . Sure just last week The Rotten To The Core BBC had an article on its Website about the Cruel Killing of Cattle for The Food Industry. Before the Article began their was a Warning from The Rotten BBC about how the article would be graphic and Horrific. This Man then went onto say how He worked in Abbotoirs where he experienced dreadful Nightmares. He then went onto say that Needlessly over 185. 000 Cattle had been Slaughtered that Year.
      I myself worked in Abbotoirs and also had Nightmares ( about how little money I was earning) . Of course next week The Rotten To The Core BBC will have an article on the over 200.000 Abortions carried out each year in The UK . I think not . As for this Ludicrous PETA Garbage. I have had Pet Dogs which Were Good Companions as Pet Dogs and nothing else. Also all of these Vagans are of the same Ilk. Al take them seriously when I see them take their Pet ,Goat ,Sheep, or Cow for a Walk and clean up their ,feces after them . Of course as you say above. Animals come long before Babies for these unfortunately dangerous Nutcases .

      February 5, 2020 at 11:09 pm
  • Nicky

    I agree with everyone here, so far.

    Westminster Fly mentioned something I’ve noticed for years now, namely that the animals’ rights people are nearly always pro-abortion. The rant on about the rights of animals but don’t believe unborn humans have any rights. There was even a case I have witnessed the alleged “pro-choice” women screaming at pro-lifers and being anything but “pro-choice” – it’s pro their choice or no choice for those who disagree with them.

    I also agree about the girl and other young people – I think they’re looking for a cause to support, more than anything and the first one to come along will do,sort of thing.

    Congrats to Piers Morgan who nearly always reacts like the ordinary person in the street (except when he’s saying he understands/sympathises with trans people – not the view of the ordinary people I’ve met, LOL!) Mostly, though, he’s quite sensible in his views about PC stuff.

    February 5, 2020 at 3:16 pm
    • editor


      I think you’ve hit on something there – youngsters looking for a cause. Unsurprising when you think of what is on offer to them today; drugs, chat rooms to befriend total strangers, online games, etc. Empty lives. Sad lives. So, yes, fighting a cause, however silly, will seem important to many young people.

      February 5, 2020 at 6:46 pm
  • Lily

    It’s ages since I laughed as much. That interview is classic Piers Morgan – and for once Susanna Reid wasn’t disagreeing with him, which shows just how stupid the whole thing is, LOL!

    February 5, 2020 at 4:05 pm
    • editor


      Me, too – it really is classic Piers-(a-laugh-a-minute)-Morgan !

      February 5, 2020 at 6:47 pm
  • RCAVictor

    “Language is always evolving,” says the clueless ditz trying to sell PETA’s latest PC insanity. Well, apparently stupidity is always evolving as well. Evolving, but failing to disguise itself….

    I could only take about 4 minutes of this “discussion,” but clearly PETA’s ideas (let’s mark the date to see how long it takes before we are thrown in jail for referring to ourselves as “pet owners”) are based on two things:

    1. The adoption of “inclusive language” to pets.
    2. Evolution – that is, we are just animals and no better than the other beasts on the planet. In fact, we are much inferior, since we cause pollution, global warming, overpopulation, and evil capitalism in general (hint: this is another shoot from the poisoned tree of cultural Marxism). And the word evolution, according to the ditz, is also useful, since language is always evolving.

    And most likely, a third, more sinister motivation behind PETA: we can’t kill animals for food. Usually dressed up, that is, as “it’s better for the planet if we don’t eat meat.”

    Yes, it’s the absence of God, as others have already pointed out. In a world, though, where people think they can create their own genders, this really was just waiting in the wings to pop its grotesque head on stage. Which reminds me, what about animal genders? Will these idiots next be proposing that it’s insulting to animals to claim that only binary animal genders exist?

    Editor, I think you should announce your candidacy for Parliament. I know you’d be a dark horse…er, a color-challenged Scottish Primrose….

    February 5, 2020 at 4:42 pm
  • westminsterfly

    And of course, don’t forget the media glamourpusses – models and such like – who have publicly supported PETA in the past, only to have been caught out later on wearing fur or leather, when they thought that the issue had gone off the boil. It’s all rampant hypocrisy and virtue signalling and attention seeking.

    February 5, 2020 at 5:00 pm
    • editor


      I have what used to be called a “fun fur” jacket (i.e. not real fur, cheap as chips) and it’s been hanging in my wardrobe for years, in fear of the animal rights’ brigade.

      Pity, because, as you will appreciate, when I DID wear it I was at my slim, glamorous, witty, highly intelligent GSOH best ! 😀

      February 5, 2020 at 6:54 pm
  • Josephine

    The Good Morning Britain conversation on the video is really hilarious.

    I tend to think of these ridiculous PC rules and regs as being part of the diabolical disorientation warned of at Fatima. Nobody in their right mind could put animal rights above the most basic human right of all, the right to life.

    Most of the points I would make have already been made so I agree with you all!

    February 5, 2020 at 10:29 pm

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