Instead of "bring home the bacon", try "bring home the bagels".
PETA's Twitter call for an end to "anti-animal" language is drawing a combination of ridicule and condemnation. "Those phrases should be replaced with "be the test tube", feed a fed horse" and "take the flower by the thorns", the organization says.
Australian ruling party hardens rules to oust leader
Ms Merkel met Mr Morrison on Saturday and was photographed holding briefing note that included a portrait of our new PM. Prime Minister Scott Morrison has instead urged his colleagues not to be spooked by the humiliating defeat in Victoria.
"Just as it became unacceptable to use racist, homophobic language, phrases that trivialize cruelty to animals will vanish as more people begin to appreciate animals for who they are", the group said. "Here's how to remove "speciesism" from your daily conversations". Twitter users quickly responded with their own tweets.
PETA has been heavily criticised for comparing "speciesism" to racism, homophobia and ableism.
The tweets have received a huge amount of backlash, with more than 20,000 people replying, mostly criticising the organisation.
DNA 'fingerprint' brings prospect of fast test for cancer
The researchers found the signature in multiple types of breast cancer as well as in prostate and colorectal cancer, and lymphoma. Current detection of cancer requires a tissue biopsy - a surgical procedure to collect tissue from the patient's tumour.
Piggybacking on political correctness in an era where "social justice warriors" are widely mocked for taking their crusade into the realm of the ridiculous was probably not the best marketing decision - even PETA supporters cringed. French fries to fry?
PETA's tweet recommended using substitute language when referencing animals.
"That should make racists think twice", PETA wrote on its website.
French government to review tax on high-earners
The demonstrations took place as France joins other countries at the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Katowice, Poland. The French government will abandon a fuel tax hike, which has sparked widespread protests in France , from next year's budget.