What Meat Eaters Would Say If They Talked Like Vegans

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Screenshot from AwakenWithJP YouTube Video

Editor’s Note: This article written by Zach Watson was originally published on Greatist, a digital publication committed to happy and healthy lifestyle choices.


How do you know if someone is vegan? Don't worry, they'll tell you. Sure, the saying doesn't hold true for most vegans, but as a group, they've developed the reputation of being loud and proud. That's what makes this video from AwakenWithJP so hilarious. It imagines if meat eaters talked like stereotypical vegans. The video is a little heavy-handed at times, but we couldn't help but laugh at lines like, “Yeah, I want the tofu spring rolls, except I don’t eat tofu, so do you have like a tofu-flavored chicken you can substitute in for me?”

This article, “What Meat Eaters Would Sound Like If They Talked Like Vegans,” originally appeared on Greatist.

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