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If Meat Eaters Acted Like Vegans

If Meat Eaters Acted Like Vegans

This is every vegan I’ve ever met

Vegans. We all know at least one. We’ve all been stuck listening as they chirp from their morally superior perch about the evils of carnivorous living. Yes, there exist vegans who aren’t the most annoying people we know, but those are few and far between.

So, what would life be like if all of us steak eaters acted about our filet mignons how vegans act about their organic, free-range kale?

The internet seems to like this little video as much as I do. Released yesterday, it has almost 800,000 views on Youtube and over 30 million on Facebook.

As the always anonymous “they” says, “it’s funny because it’s true.”

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legacyrepublican | May 17, 2016 at 2:11 pm

Watching this video adds red meat to the debate on why one shouldn’t drink the kool aid!

I’m going to obey my dentition, and stay an omnivore.


How can you tell if someone is a vegan?

Just wait a little bit and they will tell you.

How many vegans are there that are only vegans to get to sleep with a vegan?

MaggotAtBroadAndWall | May 17, 2016 at 4:32 pm

Look. I’m a great vegan, ok. Nobody loves veggies more than me. That much I can tell you. I love veggies. I have nothing but respect for veggies. Veggies are the best. Veggies love me. Veggies love me more than they love anybody else. That much I can tell you. OK. My chef. Let me tell you about my chef. My chef is the smartest. I have the greatest chef. My chef can cook the best veggies. Nobody cooks veggies better than my chef. That much I can tell you. Peas? No problem. I love peas. I will eat the best peas better than anybody has ever eaten peas before. Alight? I will do it. I will eat peas.

Assume a contemplative lotus blossom or half lotus position.
Take a deep, relaxing breath, and say with me “Ommmmmm-nivore”.
Now let’s go get a bacon cheeseburger topped with grilled onions and say with me “Mmmmmmm”.

As someone who’s had more than my fair share of illness I’m always amazed at how people will risk their good health to try to achieve some sort of mythic health nirvana. From athletes taking steroids to secretaries jumping on a juice diet fad to drop a size to college kids going vegan because their friends do its all the same thing to me – a gamble with something almost irreplaceable. If you can keep up with your kids (or nieces, nephews, cousins, friend’s kids, etc) running around on a soccer field for an hour then don’t change anything.

Oregon Mike | May 18, 2016 at 9:15 pm

If God had wanted us to be vegan, he would have made broccoli more fun to shoot.