We’re taking a short break from the hilarity that accompanies learning yoga from plastic action figures to show you a bag from not-our sponsor, McDonald’s:
(We are not going to tell you how we came into possession of this bag except to warn you that you may be disappointed in our not-completely-vegetarian lifestyle. But you must understand that the dietary needs of plastic superheros are different from yours.)
So, McDonalds! What’s up with this?
This bag contained a somewhat bland sandwich consisting primarily of ground-up cow.
You offer the cow flesh sandwich in a bag that has the image of a pretty American woman demonstrating yoga.
You believe that yoga is a healthy practice, and so you like to associate health with your cow flesh sandwiches.
Yoga is a practice that was developed in a country wherein cows are traditionally allowed to roam the streets and live their happy cow lives through to their natural ends, and not have their flesh end up between two bleached-flour buns and accompanied by fries and a Coke.
Also, the pretty American woman doing vrksasana, the tree pose? On a paper bag made of? Trees!
I’M LOVIN’ IT, MCDONALD’S! A++ FOR IRONY!