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2012-11-18 09:26:43 PM  

CapeFearCadaver: CapeFearCadaver: residentgeek: I think we're going to die of deliciousness poisoning.

Isn't this supposed to be the actualized end of Thanksgiving meals, period? No matter what each of us decides is delicious poison? (mushrooms are like my favorite things evar)

But so is cheese, bacon, bacon grease, liver, homemade turkey broth, and all the fixings that I grew up with and have surpassed in my own cooking experiences. (said in the thread earlier today on same topic that my favorite meal to make my veg friends is marinated portabello caps stuffed with spinach souffle topped with goat cheese; these are vegs... not vegans, I have a harder time feeding them...)


Hell, I would just scrape the cheese off of it and enjoy it anyways :P
 
2012-11-18 09:28:10 PM  

CapeFearCadaver: residentgeek: I think we're going to die of deliciousness poisoning.

Isn't this supposed to be the actualized end of Thanksgiving meals, period? No matter what each of us decides is delicious poison? (mushrooms are like my favorite things evar)


It's why I learned to cook--to impress the future in-laws with my kitchen p0werz on Thanksgiving. The residual benefits are, well, gravy :)
 
2012-11-18 09:30:13 PM  

rappy: uttertosh: rappy: 2/10

oh, that was no troll. You need a mirror for that, you tasty little butterball, you.

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Hungry =!= Angry, and you look so freaking tasty in that photo, wilbur.

I'd cook your belly, sous-vide @ ~30C for 48hrs, then, on a bed of scrumpy cider, Dijon mustard, honey, rootfruits, thyme, garlic, and banana shallots, I'd crisp the skin up in the oven @ 200C for about an hour and a half. I'd probably wash you down with some of the scrumpy, as the acid would cut through the grease just nice.

Y U FAT N DUM BRO?
 
2012-11-18 09:30:24 PM  
Vlad_the_Inaner: better make a quick run out to buy some flour, otherwise it looks like you are making up a batch of frosting.

Flour is always on hand, that pic only shows the extra stuff I had to get in order to make the sugar cookies.

IE, more butter, some food coloring, and the colored sugar.

Flour, eggs, regular sugar, vanilla, etc, are always on hand.

// I basically bake snacks, eat a few, then take the rest to the office for other folks to eat.
 
2012-11-18 09:31:55 PM  

mafiageek1980: Hell, I would just scrape the cheese off of it and enjoy it anyways :P


Oh, but the spinach souffle has heavy whipping cream, eggs and swiss cheese inside, then goat cheese on top... like I said, most people I know are simply vegs :/

I do make a mean red cabbage salad that's fully vegan, but that about it.
 
2012-11-18 09:32:30 PM  

uttertosh: rappy: uttertosh: rappy: 2/10

oh, that was no troll. You need a mirror for that, you tasty little butterball, you.

[i293.photobucket.com image 470x570]

Hungry =!= Angry, and you look so freaking tasty in that photo, wilbur.

I'd cook your belly, sous-vide @ ~30C for 48hrs, then, on a bed of scrumpy cider, Dijon mustard, honey, rootfruits, thyme, garlic, and banana shallots, I'd crisp the skin up in the oven @ 200C for about an hour and a half. I'd probably wash you down with some of the scrumpy, as the acid would cut through the grease just nice.

Y U FAT N DUM BRO?


I mean, you can call a chick bro if you want, but it's kind of odd to be honset
 
2012-11-18 09:36:14 PM  

CapeFearCadaver: mafiageek1980: Hell, I would just scrape the cheese off of it and enjoy it anyways :P

Oh, but the spinach souffle has heavy whipping cream, eggs and swiss cheese inside, then goat cheese on top... like I said, most people I know are simply vegs :/

I do make a mean red cabbage salad that's fully vegan, but that about it.


damn, lol. You know, I COULD veganize that...hmm...in fact I will. This is what I have in mind:

-Heavy Whipping Cream: Canned coconut milk
-eggs: ener-g egg replacer/potato starch
-Swiss Cheese: Veggie Cheese sauce from "The veganomicon"
-Goat Cheese on top: see above
 
2012-11-18 09:37:46 PM  

mafiageek1980: Oh that's easy enough. Some of the Smart Balance-brand butter is Vegan, and Bac-os are vegan. Not to mention, there are plenty of ways you can make Vegan bacon, but throwing bac-os in my recipes for a bacon crunch/taste is a hell of a lot easier, LOL!


Why do you hate America and the Baby Jesus?
 
2012-11-18 09:38:31 PM  

uttertosh: rappy: uttertosh: rappy: 2/10

oh, that was no troll. You need a mirror for that, you tasty little butterball, you.

[i293.photobucket.com image 470x570]

Hungry =!= Angry, and you look so freaking tasty in that photo, wilbur.

I'd cook your belly, sous-vide @ ~30C for 48hrs, then, on a bed of scrumpy cider, Dijon mustard, honey, rootfruits, thyme, garlic, and banana shallots, I'd crisp the skin up in the oven @ 200C for about an hour and a half. I'd probably wash you down with some of the scrumpy, as the acid would cut through the grease just nice.

Y U FAT N DUM BRO?


come on now swede-n-low-bro. Anyone on fark knows that if you think cyberstalking a tfette is the last resort of a loser.

Im wondering why you even bother or is stalking people something you enjoy??
 
2012-11-18 09:39:42 PM  

uttertosh: rappy: Stop writing novels, nobody f*cking cares. And it's cute that because I think being a vegan/vegetarian is a poor life choice, I must be overweight.

[media.steampowered.com image 184x184]

OINK OINK OINK. (consise enough for ya, chubtard?)


stalky stalker
 
2012-11-18 09:40:03 PM  

El_Frijole_Blanco: mafiageek1980: Oh that's easy enough. Some of the Smart Balance-brand butter is Vegan, and Bac-os are vegan. Not to mention, there are plenty of ways you can make Vegan bacon, but throwing bac-os in my recipes for a bacon crunch/taste is a hell of a lot easier, LOL!

Why do you hate America and the Baby Jesus?


LMFAO because since I live in America I can get away with being a hater, :P
 
2012-11-18 09:40:31 PM  
mamma knulla rövhål
 
2012-11-18 09:41:06 PM  
venturing into liter land is almost as bad being around poor people.
 
2012-11-18 09:42:58 PM  
If my comments make one preachy vegan pause momentarily before spewing their vile diatribe, then I will have accomplished what I was put on this earth to do.
 
2012-11-18 09:42:59 PM  

rostit: venturing into liter land is almost as bad being around poor people.


But these f*ckers are so damn easy to piss off!
 
2012-11-18 09:44:19 PM  
www.djibnet.com

/oblig
 
2012-11-18 09:44:27 PM  

WhippingBoy: If my comments make one preachy vegan pause momentarily before spewing their vile diatribe, then I will have accomplished what I was put on this earth to do.


LMFAO! LMFAO! LMFAO! LMFAO!

You are funny. Are you friends with Louie C.K. or something because you are one funny person :P
 
2012-11-18 09:44:27 PM  

WhippingBoy: If my comments make one preachy vegan pause momentarily before spewing their vile diatribe, then I will have accomplished what I was put on this earth to do.


Moar bacon in your comments should help. Even vegans want it

3.bp.blogspot.com
 
2012-11-18 09:45:25 PM  

rappy: WhippingBoy: If my comments make one preachy vegan pause momentarily before spewing their vile diatribe, then I will have accomplished what I was put on this earth to do.

Moar bacon in your comments should help. Even vegans want it

[3.bp.blogspot.com image 305x212]


Meh, making your own veggie bacon is soooo much better!
 
2012-11-18 09:46:29 PM  
wheres that little stalker swede?
 
2012-11-18 09:46:31 PM  

rappy: WhippingBoy: If my comments make one preachy vegan pause momentarily before spewing their vile diatribe, then I will have accomplished what I was put on this earth to do.

Moar bacon in your comments should help. Even vegans want it

[3.bp.blogspot.com image 305x212]


What do they mean by "same great taste?" WTF kind of sick joke is that?
 
2012-11-18 09:47:32 PM  

mafiageek1980: CapeFearCadaver: mafiageek1980: Hell, I would just scrape the cheese off of it and enjoy it anyways :P

Oh, but the spinach souffle has heavy whipping cream, eggs and swiss cheese inside, then goat cheese on top... like I said, most people I know are simply vegs :/

I do make a mean red cabbage salad that's fully vegan, but that about it.

damn, lol. You know, I COULD veganize that...hmm...in fact I will. This is what I have in mind:

-Heavy Whipping Cream: Canned coconut milk
-eggs: ener-g egg replacer/potato starch
-Swiss Cheese: Veggie Cheese sauce from "The veganomicon"
-Goat Cheese on top: see above


Make sure you add garlic, onions & fresh basil; and marinade the portabellos in the usual olive oil/balsamic/salt/pepper for a few hours first. Some bread crumbs would be nice on top since you won't do the goat cheese... and let me know about the results, please :)
 
2012-11-18 09:47:55 PM  
So, this is another thread where omnivores make fun of vegetarians to disguise their insecurities.

I don't know why you're afraid of us, but you can go ahead and stop asking daddy to check under your bed.
 
2012-11-18 09:49:30 PM  

Tiiba: So, this is another thread where omnivores make fun of vegetarians to disguise their insecurities.

I don't know why you're afraid of us, but you can go ahead and stop asking daddy to check under your bed.


Im an omnivore and dont care what other people eat, but the sanctimonious attitude toward other opinions from veggie folks is truly pathetic.
 
2012-11-18 09:51:02 PM  

WhippingBoy: rappy: WhippingBoy: If my comments make one preachy vegan pause momentarily before spewing their vile diatribe, then I will have accomplished what I was put on this earth to do.

Moar bacon in your comments should help. Even vegans want it

[3.bp.blogspot.com image 305x212]

What do they mean by "same great taste?" WTF kind of sick joke is that?


Smart Bacon really is offensive. It's salty cardboard. I mean, I turned away from bacon years ago, but there's just no point in trying alternatives. I just own the fact that I have given up the most delicious thing on earth, and move on with my life. My sad, sad life.

/umami is all around us
 
2012-11-18 09:53:09 PM  
OMG!!!! YOU PEOPLE ARE RETARDED! ALL of you! stop arguing, good lord.

/omnivore
 
2012-11-18 09:53:23 PM  

mafiageek1980: Meh, making your own veggie bacon is soooo much better!


You have a dirty whorish mouth
 
2012-11-18 09:54:04 PM  
wastedatwork.com
 
2012-11-18 10:04:04 PM  
Coco LaFemme: I don't get the hate for vegetarianism/veganism. Yes, some of them can be obnoxious douchebags, but the same can be said for any group of people; they're no different or special. I happen to like vegetarian and vegan dishes as much as dishes that have meat in them. I would be comfortable at either group of people's dinner table, no matter what they served.

It's not just here. I noticed this a lot last year in response to various food/advice columns and blogs. Some people seem really upset that a vegetarian is coming to Thanksgiving dinner and what on earth are they going to feed this weirdo? Some of them were downright nasty about it.

But then there are nasty vegetarians as well. I read a newspaper article about a blind taste test of several brands of tofurkey. I was interested because I have vegetarian guests for T-giving. The comments were amazing. Vegetarians OUTRAGED that you would even think they would want to eat something that tastes like MURDER and meat does NOT taste good and it's an abomination that any vegetarian would consider eating something like this. I once read an article written by someone who had been vegetarian for less than a year and she talked about missing meat and having difficulty resisting the turkey at Thanksgiving. Once again, lots of comments from outraged vegetarians.

I mentioned this in another thread. One of my best friends is vegetarian and she has no problem telling you that meat is delicious and she misses it. But she loves animals so she doesn't eat them. And a vegan acquaintance told me that she would eat cheese or dairy products if it came from a "happy cow," one that had lots of room to roam around and eat grass, wasn't pumped full of antibiotics, etc. She's also an animal lover.

I volunteer for a rescue group so I know a lot of vegetarians and not one of them is obnoxious about it. You would only know if you asked directly or were at a restaurant and heard a conversation with the waiter about a dish, making sure it was vegetarian.
 
2012-11-18 10:04:32 PM  

CapeFearCadaver: mafiageek1980: CapeFearCadaver: mafiageek1980: Hell, I would just scrape the cheese off of it and enjoy it anyways :P

Oh, but the spinach souffle has heavy whipping cream, eggs and swiss cheese inside, then goat cheese on top... like I said, most people I know are simply vegs :/

I do make a mean red cabbage salad that's fully vegan, but that about it.

damn, lol. You know, I COULD veganize that...hmm...in fact I will. This is what I have in mind:

-Heavy Whipping Cream: Canned coconut milk
-eggs: ener-g egg replacer/potato starch
-Swiss Cheese: Veggie Cheese sauce from "The veganomicon"
-Goat Cheese on top: see above

Make sure you add garlic, onions & fresh basil; and marinade the portabellos in the usual olive oil/balsamic/salt/pepper for a few hours first. Some bread crumbs would be nice on top since you won't do the goat cheese... and let me know about the results, please :)


Will do :)
 
2012-11-18 10:08:27 PM  

rappy: mafiageek1980: Meh, making your own veggie bacon is soooo much better!

You have a dirty whorish mouth


Why thank you!
 
2012-11-18 10:19:47 PM  

mafiageek1980: Make sure you add garlic, onions & fresh basil; and marinade the portabellos in the usual olive oil/balsamic/salt/pepper for a few hours first. Some bread crumbs would be nice on top since you won't do the goat cheese... and let me know about the results, please :)

Will do :)


I'll also add a few chopped white mushrooms in the spinach souffle stuffing sometimes, as well, double mushrooms are always better; enjoy hun!
 
2012-11-18 10:21:56 PM  

mafiageek1980: rappy: mafiageek1980: Meh, making your own veggie bacon is soooo much better!

You have a dirty whorish mouth

Why thank you!


Aaaand yeah, nothing's better than, well, bacon. Ever.
 
2012-11-18 10:22:03 PM  

residentgeek: WhippingBoy: rappy: WhippingBoy: If my comments make one preachy vegan pause momentarily before spewing their vile diatribe, then I will have accomplished what I was put on this earth to do.

Moar bacon in your comments should help. Even vegans want it

[3.bp.blogspot.com image 305x212]

What do they mean by "same great taste?" WTF kind of sick joke is that?

Smart Bacon really is offensive. It's salty cardboard. I mean, I turned away from bacon years ago, but there's just no point in trying alternatives. I just own the fact that I have given up the most delicious thing on earth, and move on with my life. My sad, sad life.

/umami is all around us


Want a good tofu bacon substitute?

Just follow the recipe for the marinade from here and substitute the marinade for the one in this recipe for tofu jerky.


I came across this while experimenting with tofu jerky after trying a free sample one time. Let the tofu strips marinade for 2-3 days. While you can tell it's not true bacon, it's orders of magnitude better than that Smart Bacon crap and pretty cheap to make. The end product makes a heck of a BLT and the best part is that you can eat as much as you want w/o the fat/cholesterol
 
2012-11-18 10:28:49 PM  

ScreamingHangover:
Want a good tofu bacon substitute?

Just follow the recipe for the marinade from here and substitute the marinade for the one in this recipe for tofu jerky.


I came across this while experimenting with tofu jerky after trying a free sample one time. Let the tofu strips marinade for 2-3 days. While you can tell it's not true bacon, it's orders of magnitude better than that Smart Bacon crap and pretty cheap to make. The end product makes a heck of a BLT and the best part is that you can eat as much as you want w/o the fat/cholesterol


Snagged with my thanks! Will try it out. Isa Chandra's tempeh recipe turned out meh, and I've made it enough times that while it's edible, it's still tempeh. (Which I only use anymore when I'm out of my usual suspects and there's the emergency tempeh pack in the fridge.)
 
2012-11-18 10:32:24 PM  
So, teh takeaway is I can have ALL of their dark meat and gravy?

I'm O.K. with that.
 
2012-11-18 10:33:21 PM  

DamnYankees: That made me sad.


Vegan thanksgiving participants should be subjected to being drawn and quartered.
 
2012-11-18 10:34:01 PM  
Some of those dishes actually look pretty tasty, and I'm an omnivore.
 
2012-11-18 10:34:04 PM  

Ryker's Peninsula: 1. Preheat oven to 3000 and arrange bread cubes on a baking sheet. Bake until bread dries slightly.


Surely there are more energy-efficient ways of slightly drying bread.
 
2012-11-18 10:39:34 PM  
Suit yourselves. More pork fat for me.
 
2012-11-18 10:44:29 PM  

SanjiSasuke: rappy: F*ck vegetarians and f*ck vegans.

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/u mad bro?


It's simple really.

We evolved to be omnivores, meaning we're suppose to eat a variety of foods, including plants and animals.

There is nothing particularly superior, more cultured, or more civilized about eating vegan. Sorry, there just isn't. It does however require a fair amount of discipline, and there's lots of ways to do it wrong. Even if you do it right, you put yourself at higher risk for dementia and Alzheimer's later in life. On the other hand, you lower your odds of getting certain types of cancer, heart disease, and other illnesses.

The best diet for humans includes lots of fiber and low in certain types of fat, with generous portions of plant material, vegetables, lean meats, and light on the refined sugar.

It also doesn't hurt if you stop using your exercise equipment to hang clothes, actually ride you bike instead of letting it rust in a shed or act as a piece of wall art, and manage to walk further than the garage to hop in your car and run further than the bathroom on a consistent basis.
 
2012-11-18 10:44:52 PM  

residentgeek: WhippingBoy: rappy: WhippingBoy: If my comments make one preachy vegan pause momentarily before spewing their vile diatribe, then I will have accomplished what I was put on this earth to do.

Moar bacon in your comments should help. Even vegans want it

[3.bp.blogspot.com image 305x212]

What do they mean by "same great taste?" WTF kind of sick joke is that?

Smart Bacon really is offensive. It's salty cardboard. I mean, I turned away from bacon years ago, but there's just no point in trying alternatives.


This.
I've tried.. well.. been fed a few bacon substitutes, and without exception they have a terrible texture and flavor. This is especially true if you put them in a recipe, because then they usually turn into a soggy, mealy wreck in addition to tasting bad. Of course, I feel that way about most every vegetarian / vegan meat substitute. They're pretty much just bad.

If you want to subsist on vegetable matter just own it. There are plenty of delicious foods that are made of vegetables and don't have to pretend to be meat. Look at Ethiopian food, that sh*t is f*cking delicious. They make a lot of vegetarian dishes that rock. Well, they might rock a little less if you don't use the traditional clarified butter in the cooking, but still... good stuff.
 
2012-11-18 10:46:41 PM  

residentgeek: ScreamingHangover:
Want a good tofu bacon substitute?

Just follow the recipe for the marinade from here and substitute the marinade for the one in this recipe for tofu jerky.


I came across this while experimenting with tofu jerky after trying a free sample one time. Let the tofu strips marinade for 2-3 days. While you can tell it's not true bacon, it's orders of magnitude better than that Smart Bacon crap and pretty cheap to make. The end product makes a heck of a BLT and the best part is that you can eat as much as you want w/o the fat/cholesterol

Snagged with my thanks! Will try it out. Isa Chandra's tempeh recipe turned out meh, and I've made it enough times that while it's edible, it's still tempeh. (Which I only use anymore when I'm out of my usual suspects and there's the emergency tempeh pack in the fridge.)


Glad to be of help... reviewed the recipe and the only thing I forgot to mention is you don't have to put the strips on a sheet to marinade: just put them in a container in the fridge submerged in the marinade and shuffle them around once a day to expose all surfaces to the marinade to let it soak in. Feel free to try the jerky recipe with the pepper marinade as well: it comes out pretty good too.
 
2012-11-18 10:47:10 PM  

hokiethug1992: rappy: F*ck vegetarians and f*ck vegans.

Hope you know a good cardiologist.


Heart disease has more to do with heredity and genetics over diet, sure it may speed it up a few years if you consume massive quantities but not that much.

If you have heart issues no kind if diet will save you from an early demise.
 
2012-11-18 10:50:24 PM  

LordOfThePings: Ryker's Peninsula: 1. Preheat oven to 3000 and arrange bread cubes on a baking sheet. Bake until bread dries slightly.

Surely there are more energy-efficient ways of slightly drying bread.


Place bread cubes on a titanium tray atop a pillar of adamantium on an aluminized concrete platform.

Program your plasma ray to subject the bread cubes to 16 .0004-second bursts at 8.3 gigajoules per burst.

Season with thyme and toss with the pre-cooked wild rice.
 
2012-11-18 10:52:09 PM  
Or you could download my wife's "Paleo" (grain-free, dairy-free, low-glycemic) Thanksgiving menu that she compiled over the past month-everything from cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie to the turkey and gravy--yes, gravy.

If you're looking for options that won't induce a coma, or just something different that is also healthier and easy to make, this is something you'll want to check out.

She has been posting the individual items this week, and will continue to post the other recipes all the way up until Thanksgiving. If you want to download the entire menu in PDF/E-Book format you can get it from her blog (for free) by clicking the link to "The Paleo Fabulous Thanksgiving" on the sidebar to the right. 

/yes, I'm pimping my wife's blog
 
2012-11-18 10:53:11 PM  

WhippingBoy: Coco LaFemme: I don't get the hate for vegetarianism/veganism. Yes, some of them can be obnoxious douchebags, but the same can be said for any group of people; they're no different or special.

You answered your own question. It's the obnoxious douche-bags that tend to be the most vocal, and are therefore become the de-facto representatives for any identifiable group. All it takes is for one smug, self-righteous vegan to demand that everyone replace their traditional turkey with tofurkey, and soon everyone associates vegans with close-minded bigotry.


Um, I've never heard anyone say that. I have heard vegans\vegetarians saying 'hey, other vegans\ vegetarians, since you can't have turkey, make this for your gathering\bring it to Grandma's so you have food'. Which they are actually allowed to say.
 
2012-11-18 10:59:46 PM  

PsiChick: WhippingBoy: Coco LaFemme: I don't get the hate for vegetarianism/veganism. Yes, some of them can be obnoxious douchebags, but the same can be said for any group of people; they're no different or special.

You answered your own question. It's the obnoxious douche-bags that tend to be the most vocal, and are therefore become the de-facto representatives for any identifiable group. All it takes is for one smug, self-righteous vegan to demand that everyone replace their traditional turkey with tofurkey, and soon everyone associates vegans with close-minded bigotry.

Um, I've never heard anyone say that. I have heard vegans\vegetarians saying 'hey, other vegans\ vegetarians, since you can't have turkey, make this for your gathering\bring it to Grandma's so you have food'. Which they are actually allowed to say.


I'm familiar with the type of vegan he is referring to. It's normally a college freshman just back from school who's been vegan for a good 2-4 months and feels the need to let everyone know it. Don't even bother consider them vegans: they're just adolescents being adolescents.... they'll break and go back to meat within the year. However, they won't stop acting like that for another 4-5 years.
 
2012-11-18 11:02:58 PM  

hokiethug1992: rappy: F*ck vegetarians and f*ck vegans.

Hope you know a good cardiologist.


There is actually not really any reliable data that shows that meat -- or even saturated fat -- causes an increased risk of heart disease.
 
2012-11-18 11:09:11 PM  

ScreamingHangover: PsiChick: WhippingBoy: Coco LaFemme: I don't get the hate for vegetarianism/veganism. Yes, some of them can be obnoxious douchebags, but the same can be said for any group of people; they're no different or special.

You answered your own question. It's the obnoxious douche-bags that tend to be the most vocal, and are therefore become the de-facto representatives for any identifiable group. All it takes is for one smug, self-righteous vegan to demand that everyone replace their traditional turkey with tofurkey, and soon everyone associates vegans with close-minded bigotry.

Um, I've never heard anyone say that. I have heard vegans\vegetarians saying 'hey, other vegans\ vegetarians, since you can't have turkey, make this for your gathering\bring it to Grandma's so you have food'. Which they are actually allowed to say.

I'm familiar with the type of vegan he is referring to. It's normally a college freshman just back from school who's been vegan for a good 2-4 months and feels the need to let everyone know it. Don't even bother consider them vegans: they're just adolescents being adolescents.... they'll break and go back to meat within the year. However, they won't stop acting like that for another 4-5 years.


Hunh. I've met a few who demand everyone be vegan, but I've never seen them doing that en masse around Thanksgiving specifically, unless they're already doing it.
 
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