Chester Cheetah is not a happy camper! Cheetos maker Frito-Lay has sent a cease-and-desist letter to World Peas Brand over a snack product they’ve released called “Peatos.” The takeoff on Cheetos is unmistakable, and Frito-Lay is not happy about it! Peatos are orange and look just like Cheetos, but they’re made from peas and lentils and are pitched as a healthier alternative. Lawyers for Frito-Lay say Peatos borrows too much in design from the bigger brand. That includes Peatos’ paw-print logo and the slogan “Tigers live longer than cheetahs.”
C’mon, Carrie, just admit it’s a girl! Carrie Underwood was obviously thinking pink when stepped out recently to attend press interviews surrounding the kickoff of her new album, “Cry Pretty.” We have a picture of Carrie wearing a pink dress and matching heels as she posed for photos with CMT’s Cody Alan. Despite insisting in an interview that she doesn’t know the sex of her baby on the way, this is at least the second time the soon-to-be mother of two has sported the color pink since revealing her pregnancy. In her announcement video, the singer wore a shiny pink jacket as she told her followers the exciting news, while the camera panned upward to focus on silver balloons spelling out “BABY.”
And thanks to PETA, animal crackers are no longer caged. The packaging of Barnum’s Animals from Nabisco has depicted the circus animals inside as behind bars for decades, but no longer. The change comes after a campaign from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals aimed at Nabisco highlighting the brutal conditions some circuses employ to get their animals to perform tricks. The crackers themselves have outlasted the actual Barnum and Bailey Circus and Ringling Brothers, which shut down last year after 146 years.