One of my friends is a vegan. He actually gets offended when he's not accommodated by the world. When he goes on business trips, all he does is complain about how there's never any food for him at the hotel or nearby restaurants. So he starves himself and is a cunt about it. He'll also avoid activities if they take place in certain restaurants because there won't be anything he "can" or "is able" to eat.
The truth is, veganism isn't a moral choice, it's a coping mechanism for people who weren't hugged enough as children. This makes them feel special and superior. Vegans live to be offended. Is it any wonder that veganism and narcissism go hand in hand?
r1 I completely agree.
Also, vegans can be the pickiest eaters.
Vegan) I'm hungry. There's nothing to eat on this menu.
Me) Eat a salad.
Vegan) I hate salad. Everyone says eat a salad but I don't like salads.
Me) Eat pasta.
Vegan) I'm sick of pasta. It's full of carbs and the sauce is full of refined sugar.
Me) Eat grilled vegetables.
Vegan) I don't like any of these vegetables.
Me) Eat lead.
Quite a few vegans I've met are just using "vegan" as a cover to explain away an eating disorder.
[quote]Trust me, I am one. Sometimes it's just as tiresome for us as it is for everyone else.
Oh no it's not, you controlling, whack-job sicko.
Veganism IS an eating disorder.
There's a high correlation with them also being "I don't watch tv" ers who proudly announce this fact at least once per conversation, regardless of the relevance.
Number 18 is the best: 'cis gendered little shit' - BURRRRRRRN.
Closely related to their "Oh, it looks lovely, but is it gluten-free?" cousins
Are vegetarians any better? Both are aggressively evangelical.