Vegans may make phrases like ‘bringing home the bacon’ obsolete


(KetoQ) #1

#2

Yeah I saw that on tv last night. Apparently these people got nothing else better to do. How sad


(Chris - Mince meat, not words.) #3

Hello, Shareena. I’d like you to meet my friend, the First Amendment.


(Robert C) #4

“An academic argues” - hmmm. Hard to follow an article that starts out with false statements.


(Claudia) #5

and how about the carnivores that feel offended by all that public veganism propaganda? :exploding_head:
We are being treated like lesser people nowadays! :rofl::rofl::rofl:


#6

Majority doesn’t matter anymore


#7

I’ll be eating high on the hog regardless.


(John) #8

I guess I should get into the habit of being offended more, so that everyone else will pander to my particular preferences.


(Becca) #9

“The increased awareness of vegan issues will filter through consciousness to produce new modes of expression,” Shareena Z. Hamzah, who received her PhD in English Literature at Swansea University, wrote in The Conversation

I LOLed at “vegan issues” :joy:


(Bob M) #10

Oh, vegans have issues. This article isn’t about those, though. :face_with_raised_eyebrow:

One of my favorite authors (Georgia Ede MD):


#11

The more I read, the more convinced I am that plants hate us and are trying to kill us from the inside out.


#12

wdit


(says mix it up! Let chaos reign!) #13

And you would be 100 percent correct.


(Claudia) #14


One of us, one of us, one of us…
Though sous viding that beauty first would have been my weapon of choice… :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:


(Carl Keller) #15

Ironic how vegans have a beef with just about everything.


(Ellen) #16

Not read the article but they were also trying to get a village in Dorset to change it’s name from Wool to Vegan Wool…