Commercial Break: Have a break... have an orang-utan's finger
If you’ve got a Kit Kat in your hand, you might want to finish it before you watch this ad from Greenpeace, calling out Nestle over their use of cheap palm oil in the making of said chocolatey biscuity treatsnack.
You see, the palm oil is harvested by bad men who chop down the rainforests, which in turn leaves nowhere for orang-utans to sit and fling chunks of their own shit at each other (or whatever it is they do all day).
Naturally, in order to highlight this fact, Greenpeace have cobbled together this GRUESOME spoof Kit Kat ad where a man eats an orang-utan’s finger instead. Looks like it might taste a bit like pork to us.
It’s a bit of a puzzler. On one hand, we really love Kit Kats here at Bitterwallet, and on the other hand, we don’t personally know any orang-utans. So we’re going to have to sit on the fence on this one.
Hang on, we’ve changed our minds. We’re all about Team Kit Kat. Sorry monkeys.