Alicia Silverstone Got Breast Milk? Animation Is Rude But Funny

Posted: Jul 3 2013, 9:37am CDT | by , Updated: Jul 3 2013, 9:47am CDT, in Other Stuff


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Alicia Silverstone Got Breast Milk? Animation Is Rude but Funny

The Taiwanese animation studio NMA.TV just published one of their satirical animations of trending news. This time they make fun of Alicia Silverstone and her vegan breast milk sharing program.

Alicia Silverstone is best known from her role in the movie Clueless. Last year a video of her pre-chewing the food for her baby son went viral. Now she is in the news with the announcement of a breast milk sharing program. The Washington Post starts their coverage of the announcment with "Cue the “Got Milk” jokes." Well, the infamous Taiwanese animation studio did not hesitate and published a vidoe titled "Got Breast Milk?"

In the typical fashion the animation makes fun of Alicia Silverstone. This video is clearly not for everybody. So be warned. It also is likely not save for work. I actually think that Silverstone's breat milk sharing program is not a bad idea.

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