Yoplait Determined To End The Scourge Of Squirrels With Their Heads Caught In Yogurt Cups

Gabe Delahaye | April 27, 2011 - 2:30 pm

America faces many threats. We are currently engaged in two foreign wars, three if you include our incursion in Libya. Our economy struggles to recover from the devastating housing bubble burst of 2008. Today, the sitting President of the United States was forced to upload a PDF of his fucking birth certificate because Y’ALL IS RACIST. And a sub-par American Idol rip-off, which itself has far-outstayed its welcome, The Voice, debuted to huge ratings because apparently what America needs now is another reality show determined to find someone who can sing acceptable covers of three-year-old pop songs and/or Motown. But there is perhaps no greater threat to the current American way of life than squirrels getting their heads caught in yogurt cups. (We must also stay vigilant about the growing danger of raccoons getting their heads caught in peanut butter jars. But one problem at a time, please.) It’s hard to believe that it’s 2011 and yet squirrels heads are not yet safe from yogurt cups.

But, as Videogum reader Jordan points out, one yogurt manufacturer is taking courageous steps to end this scourge! Yoplait is now printing warnings on their packaging letting the squirrels know that they should be careful of these cups and their heads. ENHANCE:

Your move, Danon Fruit On The Bottom. Stay safe out there, you squirrels.