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2020-08-12 10:58:52 AM  

GhostOfSavageHenry: aagrajag: GhostOfSavageHenry: So basically someone starts a vegan group because they were tired of always ending up at restaurants with nothing to eat and having their coworkers then deride them as if they are the asshole for their diet and their dickhead coworker couldn't let it go and started a group, not to address any real problems, but rather to shiat on someone who was just trying to be able to eat. Yeah meatclub guy as a dipshiat who deserves all the scorn they receive and need to grow the fark up.

Found the vegan.

There is almost always something vegetarian at a restaurant, and in any case, they are the ones who have created their own dietary restrictions.

And as has already been noted, they made their little club, then explicitly banned any meat-eaters from joining it. It would have been an excellent opportunity to introduce us evil omnivores to the joys of veganism, but that was hardly the point of the group, was it?

Found the jackass who speaks without knowing wtf they're talking about. :-D
Nope, but I've watched enough people go through that with various eating requirements. I know the "Dining out with coworkers while having special dietary needs" routine well. Yeah obviously they only had other Vegans, they're eating together to address their specific dietary requirements, not trying to push their diet on others. Of course you sound like you got a hateboner for vegans to begin with so you would likely flip your shiat were they inviting non vegans along and only eating at vegan restaurants. So how seriously can I take your opinion on them really?


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...eating requirements
...dietary needs
...dietary requirements


Choices. The word you are dancing around is "choices".

Allergies, Crohn's disease, and celiac disease create requirements and needs. Their self-important, faux-virtuous bullshiat does not. These people are the culinary equivalent of entitled twunts with purse dogs wearing "emotional support animal" vests.
 
2020-08-12 11:03:11 AM  

aagrajag: There is almost always something vegetarian at a restaurant,


and for the most part it is a begrudging afterthought at best or a salad.

plenty of places say fark it that's not who we are and only do meat, or in vast swathes of the country it doesn't even enter their mind because they don't think anyone is a vegetarian and even the non-meat dishes have meat products in it
 
2020-08-12 11:10:49 AM  

Grumpy Cat: Hoblit: Ktonos: Seen in break room:

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And the meat eating suare organizer is a dummy.

I can pretty much guarantee you that there are no carnivores in that office and if there is, they should likely seek a gastroenterologist.

/Not Vegan

I thought I was learning a new word with suare. I think you meant soirée, right?


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RICO........       SUARE!
 
2020-08-12 11:10:54 AM  
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2020-08-12 11:11:57 AM  
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2020-08-12 11:13:31 AM  

Ktonos: Dork Gently: Bloodmouth Carnist

Well, I'll be damned:
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I want one.
 
2020-08-12 11:14:07 AM  

Conservative Evangelical Millennial Cyclist: Manic Depressive Mouse: Conservative Evangelical Millennial Cyclist: Robert Smith comes to mind:

"If Morrissey says not to eat meat, then I'm going to eat meat; that's how much I hate Morrissey."

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I do really like the Smith's, but I like making fun of Morrisey more.


Oh, I like The Smiths too, but Morissey makes it so easy to dislike him and so much fun to mock him.
 
2020-08-12 11:14:14 AM  

tfudtuckerpucker: [Fark user image 640x456]


"Depends on how hungry I am".
 
2020-08-12 11:18:49 AM  
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2020-08-12 11:18:58 AM  

tfudtuckerpucker: [Fark user image 640x456]


I've eaten rabbit/hare, and horse-meat, so your line is a little conservative.
 
2020-08-12 11:19:24 AM  

Some Farking Lurker: flucto: tuxq: There's a few things odd about this.

#1. Who wants to be around their co-workers so much that they start a club?

#2. Grow the fark up, work is not high school.

I used to run a wine club at the bank where I was working. We had a few hundred members and we'd get together to taste new wine and then use our buying power to negotiate better prices. it was great. Plus since I did all the buying I was more than a little welcome when I went into wine stores.

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Also more than welcome at the wine store. #status


Tramp o claus
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2020-08-12 11:21:08 AM  

GhostOfSavageHenry: DerAppie: GhostOfSavageHenry: So basically someone starts a vegan group because they were tired of always ending up at restaurants with nothing to eat and having their coworkers then deride them as if they are the asshole for their diet and their dickhead coworker couldn't let it go and started a group, not to address any real problems, but rather to shiat on someone who was just trying to be able to eat. Yeah meatclub guy as a dipshiat who deserves all the scorn they receive and need to grow the fark up.

If it was just so they have somewhere to eat, why did they ban people who aren't vegetarian/vegan/piscetarian? The group statement included all dinner options will be vegan.

If they only eat vegan stuff at the group outings, what is so hard about taking a "meat eater" along who will not eat meat at the outing? They could have chosen not to be exclusionary.

It is also relevant that the company subsidizes these groups to an extent. So why wouldn't they start a "life style" group for themselves now that dinner/lunch clubs have basically been given a green light?

Yes I get it, Vegans exsisting give you a big ol sad. grow the fark up.


How did you get that from my post? They created the exclusionary group, they shouldn't whine when other people create a group as well. There is no reason for them to have banned people who eat meat outside of the meals they have with the group.

The vegans set themselves apart. Others merely accomodated the vegans.
 
2020-08-12 11:28:09 AM  

Herr Morgenstern: "For every animal you don't eat, I'm going to eat two."


Whatever happened to Maddox?
 
2020-08-12 11:29:44 AM  

dittybopper: SpectroBoy: Typical militant vegan.

/not all vegans are militant

Not like the Arcturians.  It don't matter when it's Arcturian, baby!


You ever read Voyage to Arcturus?  Weird farking book.
 
2020-08-12 11:30:44 AM  

Manic Depressive Mouse: Conservative Evangelical Millennial Cyclist: Manic Depressive Mouse: Conservative Evangelical Millennial Cyclist: Robert Smith comes to mind:

"If Morrissey says not to eat meat, then I'm going to eat meat; that's how much I hate Morrissey."

[Fark user image image 502x628]

I do really like the Smith's, but I like making fun of Morrisey more.

Oh, I like The Smiths too, but Morissey makes it so easy to dislike him and so much fun to mock him.


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2020-08-12 11:32:41 AM  

DON.MAC: dittybopper: In general, humans in their natural evolved state are obligate omnivores.  There is no, and never has been any environment on Earth where you can survive long term on a wholly vegan or wholly carnivorous diet with what is naturally available in that environment.

Some of the plains areas in the Midwest and Africa are the rare exceptions.  It would often be years before the nomadic groups got back to areas where there were things like berries. I read something long ago about the great plains and the carrying capacity was linked to basic veggie based nutrients.   Apparently bison have higher levels of trace minerals than cattle but that goes away when they can't roam over thousands of miles of land.


There are *NO* exceptions.

There is no plant-based version of vitamin B12 that is able to be processed by the human digestive system, and lack of B12 will eventually lead to pernicious anemia:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vitamin​_​B12_deficiency_anemia

In the short term (ie., up to a handful of years - liver stores up to 5 years of B12) you can get away with it.  So if you're on a deserted island eating fruit will keep you going for a relatively long time, but after a year or two, I'd start looking for animal based food.

Just watch out for ciguatera.

On the flip side, there are few sources of available Vitamin C in animal sources, and cooking destroys all of them, so if you're trying not to get parasites/other diseases.   So you eventually develop scurvy if you don't eat any plants.

One unconventional source of Vitamin C if you find yourself in a place where there are no plants with fruits that contain it are pine needles.   Steeping pine needles in hot water makes a tea that contains something like 4 times the amount of Vitamin C as fresh squeezed orange juice.
 
2020-08-12 11:36:02 AM  

almejita: dittybopper: SpectroBoy: Typical militant vegan.

/not all vegans are militant

Not like the Arcturians.  It don't matter when it's Arcturian, baby!

You ever read Voyage to Arcturus?  Weird farking book.


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WHAT A FARKING BOOK MIGHT LOOK LIKE.


No, I was referencing this:

"It don't matter when it's Arcturian."
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2020-08-12 11:39:21 AM  

flucto: tuxq: There's a few things odd about this.

#1. Who wants to be around their co-workers so much that they start a club?

#2. Grow the fark up, work is not high school.

I used to run a wine club at the bank where I was working. We had a few hundred members and we'd get together to taste new wine and then use our buying power to negotiate better prices. it was great. Plus since I did all the buying I was more than a little welcome when I went into wine stores.


Did you rob the wine stores because you were drunk?  I bet you robbed them! right on! It's funny when other people get drunk and break the law.

I've been told it's NOT funny when I get drunk and break the law.
 
2020-08-12 11:43:55 AM  

dittybopper: almejita: dittybopper: SpectroBoy: Typical militant vegan.

/not all vegans are militant

Not like the Arcturians.  It don't matter when it's Arcturian, baby!

You ever read Voyage to Arcturus?  Weird farking book.

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WHAT A FARKING BOOK MIGHT LOOK LIKE.


No, I was referencing this:

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Well you probably shouldn't read voyage to arctures cuz it's farking weird.  I read it cover to cover 2 or 3 times and never understood a word.  I think David Lindsey is psychotic.  Or some kind of alien.
 
2020-08-12 11:46:16 AM  

Mr_Vimes: tfudtuckerpucker: [Fark user image 640x456]

I've eaten rabbit/hare, and horse-meat, so your line is a little conservative.


Your pet dog and cat(especially) need meat. Any real gardener knows you have to trap and kill rabbits, gophers, etc. to protect your vegetables. Feral cats generally live miserable lives, and both feral and pet cats kill tons of birds. So if they're talking about all animals wanting to live, it's more accurate to describe it as a circular battle between the animals in that poster, adding in humans and the animals that DO prey on us in Africa and Asia where we aren't on top of the food chain anymore.
 
2020-08-12 11:49:02 AM  
An atheist, a vegan and a crossfitter walk into a bar... we know because that's all they'll talk about.
 
2020-08-12 11:53:12 AM  

aagrajag: GhostOfSavageHenry: aagrajag: GhostOfSavageHenry: So basically someone starts a vegan group because they were tired of always ending up at restaurants with nothing to eat and having their coworkers then deride them as if they are the asshole for their diet and their dickhead coworker couldn't let it go and started a group, not to address any real problems, but rather to shiat on someone who was just trying to be able to eat. Yeah meatclub guy as a dipshiat who deserves all the scorn they receive and need to grow the fark up.

Found the vegan.

There is almost always something vegetarian at a restaurant, and in any case, they are the ones who have created their own dietary restrictions.

And as has already been noted, they made their little club, then explicitly banned any meat-eaters from joining it. It would have been an excellent opportunity to introduce us evil omnivores to the joys of veganism, but that was hardly the point of the group, was it?

Found the jackass who speaks without knowing wtf they're talking about. :-D
Nope, but I've watched enough people go through that with various eating requirements. I know the "Dining out with coworkers while having special dietary needs" routine well. Yeah obviously they only had other Vegans, they're eating together to address their specific dietary requirements, not trying to push their diet on others. Of course you sound like you got a hateboner for vegans to begin with so you would likely flip your shiat were they inviting non vegans along and only eating at vegan restaurants. So how seriously can I take your opinion on them really?

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...eating requirements
...dietary needs
...dietary requirements

Choices. The word you are dancing around is "choices".

Allergies, Crohn's disease, and celiac disease create requirements and needs. Their self-important, faux-virtuous bullshiat does not. These people are the culinary equivalent of entitled twunts with purse dogs wearing "emotional support animal" vests.


i know HOW DARE THEY!!!
grow the fark up
 
2020-08-12 11:53:53 AM  

Froman: Feral cats generally live miserable lives, and both feral and pet cats kill tons of birds.


I can honestly say that none of my cats have killed a bird.

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Persians are too farkin' expensive to let outside.

Plus, their fur knots up quick enough without them getting into burdocks and crap like that.
 
2020-08-12 11:55:12 AM  
Meat club dude missed a golden opportunity, he should have said "everyone welcome". Veggie folks and pescatarians wouldn't have come anyway, but they certainly would have been absolutely welcome because he certainly wasn't excluding anyone who wanted to chomp down on a big, juicy hunk of cow...
 
2020-08-12 11:56:08 AM  

tfudtuckerpucker: [Fark user image 640x456]


personally I would move the rabbit to between the red line and the chicken. I don't see the point of them as pets.
 
2020-08-12 11:58:35 AM  

Dork Gently: dittybopper: ingo: I had a glass of wine in a bar like that on a business trip to Spain and it was absolutely disgusting.

Whose wine, what wine, where the Hell did you dine?

Not sure if it's the same place, but "Bar Mas Jamon" is near where I usually stay when going to Madrid on business.  It's one of those places that sounds like a good idea but looks like a real dive from the outside.


Sigh.......

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Well woke up this morning with a wine glass in my hand
Whose wine, what wine, where the hell did I dine?
Must have been a dream I don't believe where I've been
Come on, let's do it again
Do you, you, feel like I do? (how'd ya feel?)
Do you, you, feel like I do?
 
2020-08-12 12:11:09 PM  
Vegetarianism is a diet.
Veganism is a religion.
 
2020-08-12 12:14:01 PM  

tom baker's scarf: arrogantbastich: I bet the bathrooms there are a battleground of horrible smells and noises.

i worked with a raw vegan far a couple years.  If he was in a stall and you walked in you couldn't stand to be in there for more than a single breath.  also based on the noises he was making he must have been building bricks in his colon.  not sure how that happens with all the fiber he was pounding down.


I would imagine all the overprocessed grains he was eating that were made to taste like meat.  All the binding agents they use in those products can also bind up your colon.
 
2020-08-12 12:14:49 PM  

Hoblit: Grumpy Cat: Hoblit: Ktonos: Seen in break room:

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And the meat eating suare organizer is a dummy.

I can pretty much guarantee you that there are no carnivores in that office and if there is, they should likely seek a gastroenterologist.

/Not Vegan

I thought I was learning a new word with suare. I think you meant soirée, right?

My bad, it was posted before coffee cup was empty. Yes, and I'm not even sure why I tried because I knew the word had one of those fancy "e"s in it. So I already knew I was spelling it incorrectly and posted anyway.

/Not an excuse
//just how A got to B
//as usual


Don't apologize to those speling Nazis, yu spel the wai yu want.
 
2020-08-12 12:17:24 PM  
aagrajag, DerAppie, Hoblit :
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LOL, die mad about it I guess
 
2020-08-12 12:19:40 PM  

dittybopper: Froman: Feral cats generally live miserable lives, and both feral and pet cats kill tons of birds.

I can honestly say that none of my cats have killed a bird.

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Persians are too farkin' expensive to let outside.

Plus, their fur knots up quick enough without them getting into burdocks and crap like that.


You need to quit teasing them on the other side of the glass, look at their poor noses and faces and such.  That's really mean.
 
2020-08-12 12:25:10 PM  

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They're allowed to have one!
 
2020-08-12 12:25:22 PM  

Dead for Tax Reasons: they're both assholes

vegans should've welcomed everyone and just had meals that were vegan and maybe meat eaters would be curious and change their diet.  not to mention the pescatarian angle makes it all bullshiat, fish is meat dipshiats

the meat club was only made in reaction to the other club to be dicks, not as an actual thing


This was my thought.  However, if the vegan club let anyone join, you know damn well that the asshole who started the meat club would have joined and made dinner miserable for everyone else, just because they are that kind of asshole.
 
2020-08-12 12:26:57 PM  
Finally my opportunity to start a balanced diet club. If you don't eat a balanced diet you're not welcome!!1!
 
2020-08-12 12:33:27 PM  

dittybopper: Dork Gently: dittybopper: ingo: I had a glass of wine in a bar like that on a business trip to Spain and it was absolutely disgusting.

Whose wine, what wine, where the Hell did you dine?

Not sure if it's the same place, but "Bar Mas Jamon" is near where I usually stay when going to Madrid on business.  It's one of those places that sounds like a good idea but looks like a real dive from the outside.

Sigh.......

[Youtube-video https://www.youtube.com/embed/y7rFYbMh​cG8]

Well woke up this morning with a wine glass in my hand
Whose wine, what wine, where the hell did I dine?
Must have been a dream I don't believe where I've been
Come on, let's do it again
Do you, you, feel like I do? (how'd ya feel?)
Do you, you, feel like I do?


That's OK.  I got the reference.  :)
 
2020-08-12 12:51:57 PM  
My best friend Tegan,
Has just gone vegan;
I offered her some bacon and now we're not speaking.
 
2020-08-12 12:56:52 PM  
To join the vegan club, how many salads do you have to toss?
/Not vegan.
 
2020-08-12 1:10:47 PM  

big pig peaches: Dead for Tax Reasons: they're both assholes

vegans should've welcomed everyone and just had meals that were vegan and maybe meat eaters would be curious and change their diet.  not to mention the pescatarian angle makes it all bullshiat, fish is meat dipshiats

the meat club was only made in reaction to the other club to be dicks, not as an actual thing

The  vegan could have easily ignored the meat eaters club as it didn't concern them. As usual, the vegan is double the asshole.


The meat guy could have easily ignored the vegan club as it didn't concern him. As usual, you're the asshole.
 
2020-08-12 1:18:19 PM  
This whole thread belongs on the /r/boomershumor subreddit
 
2020-08-12 1:19:58 PM  

dittybopper: Froman: Feral cats generally live miserable lives, and both feral and pet cats kill tons of birds.

I can honestly say that none of my cats have killed a bird.

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Persians are too farkin' expensive to let outside.

Plus, their fur knots up quick enough without them getting into burdocks and crap like that.


I had no idea reincarnation was so fast. Did you know Mr. Brimley, that he chose your household?
 
2020-08-12 2:26:41 PM  
Me: Har har har, here's another post about how vegans are always talking about being a vegan
Wife: Ask a meat eater about bacon. You'll see who suddenly can't shut up about their diet
 
2020-08-12 2:42:31 PM  

nytmare: big pig peaches: Dead for Tax Reasons: they're both assholes

vegans should've welcomed everyone and just had meals that were vegan and maybe meat eaters would be curious and change their diet.  not to mention the pescatarian angle makes it all bullshiat, fish is meat dipshiats

the meat club was only made in reaction to the other club to be dicks, not as an actual thing

The  vegan could have easily ignored the meat eaters club as it didn't concern them. As usual, the vegan is double the asshole.

The meat guy could have easily ignored the vegan club as it didn't concern him. As usual, you're the asshole.


Which of the two assholes filed the HR complaint?

The vegan.
 
2020-08-12 2:43:23 PM  
Nobody has said "Even vegans love my meat club"?!?!
Fark, I am disappoint
 
2020-08-12 3:46:38 PM  

Prank Call of Cthulhu: Why would you hire a vegan? How would you expect them to get anything done without them running around constantly bragging about how they're vegan?

/If we're not supposed to eat animals, how come they're made out of meat?


Surprisingly not all vegans are assholes. At the call center I used to work at I had several vegan co-workers that were cool, and one that was the epitome of a veganahole. Our receptionist was raised vegetarian, but went vegan in his 20s, but he never discussed it. Neither he nor the cool vegan co-workers tried to push their dietary preferences on anyone.

I was a housesitter for a couple of my vegan co-workers who had 3 sons and they let them all make their own dietary choices. Oldest son (16) was vegetarian, middle son (14) and younger son (11) ate meat occasionally, which their parents willingly bought them. The only request they had was not to use the cookware/utensils they used for preparing their vegan meals, which IMHO was a legit request. They had cookware/utensils in a separate cupboard for their sons to use.
 
2020-08-12 3:59:03 PM  
Wait, Vegans will put up with other vegetarians, and even piscatorians? I thought they wree Superior to the others....

And why do they need a "support group" - are the ones in that office that insecure in their food choices?
 
2020-08-12 4:45:04 PM  

whitroth: Wait, Vegans will put up with other vegetarians, and even piscatorians? I thought they wree Superior to the others....

And why do they need a "support group" - are the ones in that office that insecure in their food choices?


My vegan wife is married to a pescatarian.

All that has happened in the article is that some like-minded people wanted to be able to choose a restaurant that would offer them more choices. Doing so in a manner barring meat-eating folks from having any influence over said decisions as that dietary choice limits the number of places those vegans and other vegetarians would otherwise visit.

Nobody is insecure about their food choices, it just seems as though some omnivorous types were offended by this exclusion and decided to have their own club.

/Seems pedantic of both sides to me
 
2020-08-12 5:28:51 PM  

Prank Call of Cthulhu: Why would you hire a vegan? How would you expect them to get anything done without them running around constantly bragging about how they're vegan?

/If we're not supposed to eat animals, how come they're made out of meat?


Vegan is not a protected class.
But tell them 'not a good fit', not 'go away herbivore'.
Honesty is dumb.
 
2020-08-12 5:39:09 PM  

dittybopper: UNC_Samurai: I had a regular customer at a gaming store years ago who was almost a pure carnivore.  Nice guy, but his aversion to green vegetables meant that you could smell his diet emanating from his pores.

In general, humans in their natural evolved state are obligate omnivores.  There is no, and never has been any environment on Earth where you can survive long term on a wholly vegan or wholly carnivorous diet with what is naturally available in that environment.

It is only modern technology that allows you to do either in a relatively healthy way.

Personally, I prefer not to deny evolution.  I eat plants *AND* animals.

Sometimes I'll have an all-plant meal, even a vegan one.  Sometimes I'll have pretty much all meat, but usually it's a mixture of both.


The Inuit eat an almost exclusively meat diet. 10 months/year pure carnivore, 2 months/year they can find a few berries. Kinison Move to where the food is! /Kinison
 
2020-08-12 6:00:31 PM  

Hoblit: whitroth: Wait, Vegans will put up with other vegetarians, and even piscatorians? I thought they wree Superior to the others....

And why do they need a "support group" - are the ones in that office that insecure in their food choices?

My vegan wife is married to a pescatarian.

All that has happened in the article is that some like-minded people wanted to be able to choose a restaurant that would offer them more choices. Doing so in a manner barring meat-eating folks from having any influence over said decisions as that dietary choice limits the number of places those vegans and other vegetarians would otherwise visit.

Nobody is insecure about their food choices, it just seems as though some omnivorous types were offended by this exclusion and decided to have their own club.

/Seems pedantic of both sides to me


Yeah, but again: the group's statement included that all meals would be vegan. They had no reason to exclude non-vegans, non-vegetarians, or non- piscetarians if they wanted to make sure they got sufficient vegan options to at the place they were going to eat.

The rules of the group already sufficed for that.
 
2020-08-12 8:13:31 PM  

DerAppie: Hoblit: whitroth: Wait, Vegans will put up with other vegetarians, and even piscatorians? I thought they wree Superior to the others....

And why do they need a "support group" - are the ones in that office that insecure in their food choices?

My vegan wife is married to a pescatarian.

All that has happened in the article is that some like-minded people wanted to be able to choose a restaurant that would offer them more choices. Doing so in a manner barring meat-eating folks from having any influence over said decisions as that dietary choice limits the number of places those vegans and other vegetarians would otherwise visit.

Nobody is insecure about their food choices, it just seems as though some omnivorous types were offended by this exclusion and decided to have their own club.

/Seems pedantic of both sides to me

Yeah, but again: the group's statement included that all meals would be vegan. They had no reason to exclude non-vegans, non-vegetarians, or non- piscetarians if they wanted to make sure they got sufficient vegan options to at the place they were going to eat.

The rules of the group already sufficed for that.


They want to be assholes and make sure no one eats meat around them.  So much tolerance!
 
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