Think twice about becoming vegan
In today’s trendy artsy world, more and more young people are becoming vegan every single day. The reason most of these people become vegan is for the protection and welfare of animals. They encourage vegan meals, no meat, cheese, dairy, eggs etc. What most vegans do not realise is that there is a dirty underworld to the growing and manufacturing of this disgusting world trade that is kept well hidden from society.
Above is a picture taken in Indonesia of a carrot being prepared and slaughtered. The carrots are first skinned, then drowned, and can be eaten raw or are cooked in boiling water.
Also above is a disturbing picture of potatoes being ripped from their home. The preparation is the same as the carrots.
Bananas grow together in a herd. When they ripen, they are stolen from their family, and whilst they are still alive their skin is peeled back and their entire body is usually in eaten in about 6 bites.
Least favorite thing: people making fun of vegetarians and vegans.
Nobody is trying to make you stop eating meat, they’re not trying to shove their values in your face, they’re just sitting there peacefully eating their vegetables.
If they are shoving their values in your face though, then they’re douches, go ahead and make fun of them.
come on, really
I don’t see the funny
I really don’t
I am very sorry about that
I mean, I get the joke and stuff, but I get crap similar to this very nearly every single day, and that makes it less fun. Sorry to be the annoying one.
no, it’s fine
from now on I’ll just make sure to only reblog jokes you’re not tired of
This isn’t even making fun of vegans! I mean the only non-joke takeaway you can get from this is that the meat industry is so much more horrible than the fruit/veg industry that it’s actually a joke to just compare them.
I suppose, if you really, really wanted to get offended by this, then you COULD read into it that vegans are preachy and histrionic (in that it’s a dramatically written preachy thing about fruit). I don’t think this is the case, but someone who sees this joke and thinks it’s necessary to write a “rebuttal” of don’t make fun of us vegans it’s my #1 hate probably does more for the “vegans are preachy and histrionic” perception than the joke ever could.
Some dorks need to understand humour a little better! A joke on the topic of X is not necessarily a criticism of X.