Vegan accuses meat-eating woman of stealing for enjoying TOFU – claims it’s a form of ‘appropriation’

A vegan’s bizarre rant claiming a meat-eating woman is guilty of cultural ‘appropriation’ because she enjoys tofu has gone viral.

College student Anna Del Rey, 17, from Michigan, shared screenshots of the extraordinary messages she received from a vegan on Facebook Messenger, which accused her of ‘stealing’ food from vegans.

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  • ntt1

    We all know veganism is an eating disorder like anorexia nervous but it also seems to be linked to a host of other symptoms like bottomless self righteousness and arrogance The humane response to veganism is light institutionalizations and experimental shock therapy

    • WildWelshWoman

      … and, in severe cases, euthanasia.

    • Alain

      That is certainly the case in the West. In Asia there are vegans due to religious beliefs, but even they do not attempt to force it on others of different beliefs nor do they virtue signal.

      • ntt1

        Exactly it’s the virtue signaling that verges on blatant self reverence that annoys me.

    • Nothing worse than a progressive vegan.

      And I’m a gun toting, muscle car driving, Trump supporting vegan.

      • ntt1

        Maybe it’s like diabetes 2,and can be controlled by dietary changes

    • Tooth&Claw

      Shock therapy never went away. They use it to treat bi-polar and depression in people. It’s no longer experimental, although they can’t tell you how it precisely works.

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  • Alain

    Talk about utter stupidity mixed with self-rightgessness. Tofu was not invented for vegans nor to replace meat. In Asia tofu is simply used mixed with meat or fish dishes and sometimes an ingredient in soups. Now tell me who is “guilty of cultural appropriation” here.

    • ntt1

      And as a source of phyto -estrogens it’s great for trannies to self start their tit projects

  • Dana Garcia

    Who knew there was a tofu shortage and it therefore must be allotted to ditzy vegans?

  • barryjr

    Note to vegans, my food shits on your food. Maybe all the body wastes you eat explains your mental disorder.

  • UCSPanther

    Veganism is a cult.

    • Alain

      In the West it certainly is.

  • Marius K

    Adults with minds of toddlers. This is definitely the end of humanity.

    • UCSPanther

      It will be the end of their bloodlines, not ours’.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Social media is a wonderful tool for exposing insane people.

  • Happy and proud to be vegan. I eat without having hurt any other animal (maybe just collateral damage on insects). I don’t need to make them suffer to get a good and satisfying meal.

    • A Hamilton Guy

      Hey Avi! What about those probiotics that struggle to survive on what you injest? Do they deserve to suffer too?

      • I doubt that they do – suffering depends on consciousness.

    • WalterBannon

      vegicide is evil

      • Vegetables apparently have no consciousness, and so do not suffer in that sense. But of course, they are living organisms, and so “care” about their lives and integrity.

    • Alain

      To each his own as long as it isn’t pushed on me. I would like to point out that life and death are part of nature or the natural world, and simply living and breathing means that one is killing other life forms. Illness is when those other life forms are winning. As a species humans are omnivores, not vegetarians nor vegans.

      • I agree that life and death are natural. Even killing is natural – or was. Each family would keep a few animals in the farm and live off them; or hunt a few as needed. But nowadays, when human populations are in the billions, we have turned meat-eating, fish-eating, cheese-eating and egg-eating into massive industrial operations, involving the daily intense suffering of millions of our fellow creatures, just to eat daily. This requires rational thought and compassion – especially since it is not necessary and there are decent and tasty vegetable substitutes. It is not easy to change diet when one has been brought up a certain way, but it is possible if one wants to. I was not born vegan (only recently become one, following decades of vegetarianism) – it took me time for the consciousness of animal suffering to dawn on me.

        • This is why I don’t eat pork. Pigs are as intelligent as dogs, and the way they’re raised and slaughtered for the most part is indefensible.

          • Yes. Other animals too are lovable and deserving of respect. When one informs oneself on current practices, in raising and killing, one is driven to reflection.

  • A Hamilton Guy

    You can’t get enough vitamin B12 unless you eat meat. The result of this causes you to go bullshit crazy.

    • ntt1

      Yeah I work with a few vegans they burble on about how healthy their food choices are then comes lunch break and they start drenching defenceless greens with assorted powders and extracts.the most spectacularly flatulent bunch I’ve ever had to work with

      • Clink9

        LOL, you’re on a roll today.

  • Dana Garcia

    FYI, snowflake vegan, tofu is nothing more than cooked processed soybeans, a crop which is widely grown. For example U.S. soybean production for 2016/2017 was projected at 4,201 million bushels, of which nearly half was exported.

    https://www.iowafarmbureau.com/Article/File/get?path=Files%2Farticle-89866%2FSOYBEAN%20PROD%20EXPORTS-%2010062016%20.pdf

  • tom_billesley

    I willingly forgo my share of all the tofu in the world.

  • Lightstream

    When did all these lunatics escape from the insane asylum?!!!

  • Really, many of the anti-vegan comments made here are irrational and emotional. That’s why I intervened. Each person is responsible for their own moral choices. It is absurd to insult vegans and accuse them of all sort of things. They are doing what they consider moral, and harming no one else.

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