Hunger Games PSA posters remind you to spay and neuter your muttations

Illustration for article titled Hunger Games PSA posters remind you to spay and neuter your muttations

The Hunger Games is no stranger to propaganda, but the posters in Panem look a little different. After all, why would the Capitol tell you to stay in school or use your words when you can win bloody glory in the Arena?

College Humor devised these parody posters (perhaps putting the "mock" in Mockingjay?), imagining the insane prescriptions President Snow would hand down to the people of Panem. Katniss does get her revolutionary Rosie the Riveter turn, but otherwise, we're all reminded to stand up to bullies with a sharpened stick. I'd hate to see what the pool rules are in the Capitol.

See the rest of the posters at College Humor. [via GeekTyrant]

Illustration for article titled Hunger Games PSA posters remind you to spay and neuter your muttations
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Illustration for article titled Hunger Games PSA posters remind you to spay and neuter your muttations
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Illustration for article titled Hunger Games PSA posters remind you to spay and neuter your muttations
Illustration for article titled Hunger Games PSA posters remind you to spay and neuter your muttations
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stoneruncle
StonerUncle

One thing has been bothering me since seeing the movie. At the Reaping for District 12, there is like 100 people there. Is this the only drawing for District 12? Because there is no way that that is the entire population of a district that spans Appalachia. And if it's not the only Reaping, how come the two volunteers were chosen from that one? Were there other ones in D12 somewhere else where no one got selected? Also, it's pretty convenient that the only Reaping in the entire district is a couple minute walk from the Everdeen's house.