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PETA has not spoken about it in the hate thread, not, at least, seems to be the latest fashion, who is fitted with a “bloodbath” as a plush sheep that were hanging out.
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The limited-edition item, which is based on the popular ugly Christmas sweater trend, it comes in a seasonally appropriate green and red-and-white designs adorn the torso and the sleeves. However, in a decidedly unfestive design, with the words “Thread, it Hurts to be adorned on the front and a large, swollen, and bloody plush” sheep sticks out from the front and the back.
In spite of that edgy, this Christmas has come at a great price, and the <a data-cke-saved-href=”https://shop.peta.org/wool-hurts-ugly-holiday-sweater.html” < a href=”https://shop.peta.org/wool-hurts-ugly-holiday-sweater.html” target=”_blank”>$150 to be exact</a>.
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The controversial animal rights organization is calling for the look-and-feel – for a show-stopping, conversation-starting ‘feature, which goes” where no sweater has gone before,” and it promises to be the jersey is the carriers “have a chance to join in on the holiday fun while making a statement for the animals and at the same time.”
It is alleged have fun time with the jersey is made from 100% acrylic yarn made in Germany. According to the PETA website, it’s a holiday item and will be shipping the week of Nov. 25 — may-just in time for the Thanksgiving holiday.
The controversial animal rights organization is calling for the look-and-feel – for a show-stopping, conversation-starting ‘feature, which goes” where there is no sweater has gone before.”
It is edgy, this Christmas has come at a price of $150, to be exact.
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“It’s all part of PETA’s campaign against the wool industry, and to raise the awareness of the ‘real truth’ behind-the-back,” the press release reads. “It’s a special moment after the break, a closer look at where workers were caught in the act of hitting, kicking, stomping on, or even kill fluffy the sheep, came out of the protests at retailers such as Forever 21, along with celebrities such as the Actress Eilish and Pink at the moment, to speak upon the matter.”