Why do people hate vegans?

Posted: November 19, 2019 in Humor, Livin' in the USA
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The obvious answer is “for good reason.” They have a well deserved reputation as holier-than-thou, uptight pricks more interested in patting themselves on the back (their chiropractic bills must be astronomical) and asserting their moral superiority than in making the world a better place for people or animals. They’ve managed to make a healthy, ecologically sound diet less popular than oral herpes. As the old joke goes, “Don’t worry about whether any of your dinner guests are vegans — they’ll let you know.”

The latest example of vegan scumbaggery comes courtesy of vegan talibaner Phillip Williams who sued Burger King for cooking his Impossible Burger (a veggie burger that tastes exactly like meat) on a grill on which — the horror! the horror! — they also cook meat.

Let’s think about this douchebag move for a moment. It’s more than obvious that for Williams, it’s all about him. Burger King isn’t going to the massive expense of installing separate grills for meat burgers and veggie burgers (for the morally pure). Williams’ lawsuit probably won’t go anywhere, but at best it’ll be a waste of time and money for all involved, and if, god forbid, he wins, it’ll result in more meat consumption and more slaughtered animals, as Burger King would drop the Impossible Burger in a heartbeat rather than go to the massive expense of duplicating the number of grills at their outlets to accommodate vegan puritans. Hence, more meat consumption, more slaughtered animals, more environmental degradation.

Not that that seems to matter to Williams. After all, it’s all about him.

What an asshole.

 

Comments
  1. Amen, brother! My favorite are the ‘vegetarians’ who still eat chicken. What the hell is that about?

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  2. Ted Weber says:

    Not all vegans or vegetarians are preachy and self-righteous. Self-righteous people will always find something to make themselves feel superior, whether it be diet, politics, religion, or whatever. I suspect it comes either from underlying insecurity or narcissistic ego.

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