I may not be a vegan, and I don’t say I am.
I’m just a vegetarian, but I do what I can.
I may not be a vegan, but I don’t buy my eggs from the store.
I visit the Amish and the chicks in the yard always leave around more.
I try to use flax when I’m baking instead but I like to make use of all these unfertilized eggs!
Now dairy is tricky since I don’t have a cow, man.
Even if I did, I couldn’t stick bull sperm up her hind end.
I couldn’t take her baby away cause her baby isn’t just left to die.
He cares about her and she cares about him as much as I would care about mine.
But I still get some raw milk from the Amish sometimes.
I’m not proud, but I can see her with her baby, together, spending time.
I may not be a vegan and I don’t say that I am.
I may not have as much virtue, I can’t argue with them.
I agree with vegan philosophy, It’s not about what you see but what you don’t see.
Vegans are virtuous to entirety but I respect fellow vegetarians who do what they can, like me.
(Not the “vegetarians” who live off of scrambled eggs, pizza cheese, and imitation beef.)
Two percent of the population speaks vegan-ese.
Five percent of the population cuts down the demand for meat.
Ninty-three percent of the population does nothing at all.
That’s a huge percentage of people and you can’t reason with them all!
So get your champagne, get your wine and fill up a glass, for I call a toast for both vegetarians and vegans, Alas!
Vegans, you are respected like mountain monks, and I understand some of you don’t respect us.
But you were vegetarian once too and many many vegetarians really do what they can do to be less cruel.
Vegetarians, my fellow friends, please don’t feel so bitter toward vegans.
We know well the cruelty of the meat, egg and dairy industry.
But we still help alot to reduce the demand for meat, but on the other hand, we all know we’re still supporting some cruelty.
But on the larger hand, all us veg-whatevers are all working together to better ourselves for the sake of the planet and animals.
Whether or not you agree that bees don’t like us eating their extra honey,
Or about eggs produced from outside the factory-farm agri-industry,
Or EVEN about the controversial vegetarian-insectavore scene,
There is one thing we all can agree and would be blind to not see is that together we make more than just a dent in whatever the industry based on slavery could potentially be.
Imagine a world without either of us
both yelling the same message that enough is enough!
How many more animals could die
if all of us combined didn’t even try to be more kind?
So cheers to both vegans and vegetarians!
I hope we can mend some tattered relations
Focus on how much we have accomplished against the systems that harm the innocent
Focus on how much more work needs to be done.
Rock on, veggies."
talking yelling very loudly in the kitchen, right next to our room. This lasted about an hour.
Then he hears our alarm clock and barges in to remind us to wake up and it literally took every bone in my body to stop me from flying across the room screaming I’VE BEEN AWAKE FOR AN HOUR BECAUSE YOU DECIDED 7 AM WAS A GREAT TIME TO START YELLING. YEAH, I’M FUCKING AWAKE AND IF YOU DON’T THINK THAT SOMEONE CAN STILL REMAIN ASLEEP WITH YOU YELLING IN THE NEXT ROOM FOR A WHOLE HOUR YOU ARE STUPID. I’M NOT SLEEPING, BUT I AM CLUTCHING MY PILLOW OVER MY EARS FOR THE LAST 60 MINUTES IF THAT COUNTS AS SLEEP.
HOW ARE 50% OF THE GENETICS IN THIS MAN WHO SLEEPS NEXT TO ME FROM YOU?
Thank Odin for coffee and sedatives.
"But what about plants"
"Hunting is necessary to keep populations down"
I love how the majortiy of people in the “stupid vegans” tag don’t actually reblog the actual posts anymore but rather screen grab and repost it with their own commentary
it’s almost like they’re afraid of us finding it and hurting their overly inflated ego by continuously proving them wrong
I don’t trust people who watch earthlings and still eat meat.
I am literally shaking in anger. On Facebook, I Fucking Love Science posted an article about the environmental unsustainability of beef and, literally, 90% of the reactions were: “oh well, don’t care, love my stake(sic)!” 9% were “humans actually need meat to survive, so there’s nothing we can do”…