'Got Milk?' PMS Ads Spoofed Again, in Animal-Rights Campaign | Adweek 'Got Milk?' PMS Ads Spoofed Again, in Animal-Rights Campaign | Adweek
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'Got Milk?' PMS Ads Spoofed Again, in Animal-Rights Campaign

The "Got milk?" PMS parodies continue. This time, an animal-rights group is alleging cow abuse in the milk industry. Check out the blood spattered on the milk containers—you'd expect that on a carton of Jack Daniel's, not on regular cow's milk. The group, called Mercy for Animals (not PETA for a change!), aims to "expose the dark side of milk production: egregious animal abuse." See both ads after the jump. One will run in an upcoming issue of Ms. Magazine. The real "Got milk?" PMS campaign has been pulled, of course, but the parodies seem to have more staying power. 



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