Other than that, everything is fair game and we're the most adorable little piglets around. We just don't eat things that were once alive or the secretions of another creature. That’s why we’ve put together this handy list of tips so that meat-eaters and beet-eaters can live in harmony.
We make a metric shitton (legit measurement) of food and then hoover it down as if we have actual vacuums in our mouths. We honestly love talking about it with people who aren't judgy dongs.
Lots of us vegans walk amongst you and you don't even know it! We're every color, every shape, every size, and have every type of hair style. Besides, meat mouths make the best future vegans so know that we will probably help you to understand that eating carcasses is boring and eating vegan food is the best.
" Contrary to some stale-ass jokes, most vegans don't go around screaming about their veganism. " Sorry, not all vegans are sallow, emaciated sad sacks who sob about the atrocities of the world while gnawing on their nightly dinner of bark and tears. We'll probably still want to bone down even if your meal had bones. And remember, the vegan motto is Always Be Eating Tasty Stuff (ABETS). Um, a fight-free relationship with a side of delicious homemade Zebra cakes? We're not into any form of "amusement" that harms animals and don't really want to get it on with those who do.
But just like you wouldn’t question a Kosher person for not eating pork, so you shouldn’t question a veggie for not eating, well, pork. But this open-mindedness also has to work both ways.
So little jokes and off-handed comments about vegetarianism (“how many vegetables had to die for you salad? Some vegetarians can be fanatical about their lifestyle choices and try to convert you.