September 18, 2002

Ugggghhhh...I just rolled in from a night with my sister at Little Italy's San Gennaro Festival, where the streets are piled three stories high with a million pounds of fried dough and meat. Dear Lord, there was a lot of fried meat. Anyway, I'm too dough-filled for any sort of thinking, so in honor of the unbelievable amount of meat that's currently lining Mulberry Street, I am proud to present Pork4Kids, brought to you by your good friends at the Pork Board.

(via Something Awful) Are you one of the millions of parents who want to tell your children about the miracle that is pork, but can't seem to find the right words? Well, be inadequate no more. The fine folks at the Pork Board have created an exciting, entertaining, and remarkably disturbing site designed to teach kids all about the other white meat, with activities, cartoons, a trip to the farm, and a maniacally-happy-especially-considering-his-fate pig. Of course, the cute little pre-sausage pig doesn't even begin to compare with the strangeness that is Peggy Pork Chop and her cartoon about the food pyramid. (It's all Flash, so I can't link to it directly, but it's burned into my brain if you want to check it out).

For added fun, your kids can test their Pork I.Q. or make and wear their own pig costume, but then the other kids will probably kill and eat them in order to fulfill the six recommended daily pork servings requirement, either that or Mike Whybark will create a site about them. In any case, your kids will enjoy many wonderful hours on the site, more than enough to ensure that they'll never bother with that piece-of-crap New Zealand Beef & Lamb Marketing Bureau Kids Corner.
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