In case you missed it, everything is stupid.
Hey, don’t take our word for it … take a look at this nonsense and then try and tell us otherwise.
Phrases like 'bringing home the bacon' could be banned to avoid offending vegans https://t.co/Zqu8keBfTZ
— The Independent (@Independent) December 3, 2018
To avoid offending vegans? How can ANYONE be offended by BACON?!
If we’re being honest what DOESN’T offend vegans? Cripes.
From The Independent:
“In today’s reality, meat is repeatedly the subject of much socially and politically charged discussion, including about how the demand for meat is contributing to climate change and environmental degradation,” she continues.
“Given that fiction often reflects on real-world events and societal issues, it may very well be that down the line powerful meat metaphors are eschewed.
“The increased awareness of vegan issues will filter through consciousness to produce new modes of expression.”
Repeat after us … GET. A. LIFE.
Senator Orrin Hatch had the best response to this ridiculousness:
— Senator Hatch Office (@senorrinhatch) December 4, 2018
Vegan and Vegetarian are very old Native words meaning "Poor Hunter"
— Bushwacker 🇺🇸🇩🇪🇮🇱 (@Bushwqr) December 4, 2018
— Mateo (@stfuworld) December 4, 2018
— Tony Bruno (@TonyBrunoShow) December 4, 2018
To all the dumb libs responding with "why don't you do your job and give everyone healthcare" or some stupid crap like that.
Shutup. If you dumb libs didn't do stupid things, we wouldn't mock it. Plus whatever you think Hatch should be doing instead, you're wrong.
— Jake R. (@jaker1419) December 4, 2018
What he said.
— Manish Singh👨👩👧 (@Manish_05Singh) December 4, 2018
— Sensor3 (@VPNavy) December 4, 2018
Good looking bacon you got there!
— Cobra comander Jfs83 (@Jfs831) December 4, 2018
Good point. Senator, did you bring enough for everyone?