All of the viral 'animals that look like food' comparisons, ranked from least to most disturbing

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No, those aren't all parrots pictured above -- half of the images you're seeing are actually of guacamole.

*vomits*

The same mastermind that brought us "Labradoodles or fried chicken?" is at it again.

As her oddly observant tweets continue going viral -- many have been featured on famous Instagrams like @thefatjewish and @fuckjerry --Twitter user @teenybiscuit keeps churning out her signature animal-to-food comparison photos at an unprecedented rate.

And these things just keep getting harder to stomach by the second.

Here they are in order, ranked from least to most disturbing:

9. Sheepdog or mop:

Okay, technically it's not a food comparison, but it's still uncomfortable to imagine mopping your floors with a living creature.

8. Labradoodle or fried chicken:

Almost too funny to be creepy. Almost.

6. Shrew or kiwi:

Okay, maybe this is spot on -- but did you even know what a shrew looked like before seeing this image? Exactly.

6. Shiba or marshmallow:

Just us, or are s'mores like, the LEAST appealing idea right now?

5. Duckling or plantain:

Skin. Is. CRAWLING

4. Puppy or bagel:

10/10 would mistakenly eat.

3. Chihuahua or blueberry muffin:

Oh... oh no...

2. Kittens or ice cream:

What the...

1. Parrots or guacamole:

MAKE IT STOP. PLEASE.

Honorable mention goes to sloth or pain au chocolat, since it's technically not a teenybiscuit original, but it's still creepy as all get out.

Now for the love of God, can we please let animals and food coexist peacefully? WE'RE BEGGING.

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