Quaintly-racist Irish folk singer Morrissey is at it again. Unfortunately "it" is not "singing weepy ballads to sad sack college English majors." Morrissey compared the Norway massacre to fast food at a show.

Here's what Morrissey, a vegan and animal rights crusader, had to say before singing his classic "Meat is Murder" at a concert in Warsaw, Poland on Sunday:

"We all live in a murderous world, as the events in Norway have shown, with 97 dead [sic].

Though that is nothing compared to what happens in McDonald's and Kentucky Fried s—- every day."

What was going through Morrissey's foggy moor of a mind with this comment? Was he trying to make his audience so revolted by him that they would lose their appetite for delicious Wendy's Spicy Chicken sandwiches? If so, success.

Morrissey and Glenn Beck ought to do a tour together where they go around and shit on the victims of the latest heart-wrenching tragedy before the tears on their parents' faces even have a chance to dry. Shut up, Morrissey. [Telegraph, Image via Getty]