Top Ten Misconceptions About Vegans
I'm not a vegan or a vegetarian but even I think this misconception is stupid. Although, I would blame the vegans on instagram and deviantart making blood filled pictures that look like PETA propaganda for this.
I think that if any organisation were to cause harm to animals then those who support animal rights would logically oppose it.
I am vegan and I am against PETA for their racism, misogyny, and violence.
I'm not a vegan but actually a vegetarian (lacto-ovo vegetarian). So my principles are somewhat different. But yeah, the reason why I don't eat meat, fish or wear leather is because I can't see animals slaughtered solely for human use.
I'm not fully a vegan as I still eat cheese and eggs for the extra protein fat and calcium
I eat A LOT of meat and I can still manage my weight!
I eat a lot of chicken and I'm boney.
I don't really get this one myself. When I tell people I'm vegan they straight away question my protein intake. I have the same reply each time: DON'T ask me about my protein and I won't ask you about your cholesterol.
Cocaine is vegan and it's unhealthy.
Sushi is non-vegan and it's super healthy.
This is dumb. I'm no vegan, but this is so stupid!
Seriously? To become a saint, you need to perform 3 miracles and the Catholic Church has to give you the title.
Whoever said they have more logic in their pinkie than every vegan out there is an idiot. I'm a vegetarian (not vegan but still animal right ps activist) and I'm smart
I have better logic in my pinkie than every vegan out there.
I'm no vegan, and I'm smart.
The stereotypical vegans dress like hippies but don't think tats the case.
Hell yeah we are soft hearted. If you were dying in front of me I wouldn't even shed a tear! We aren't vegan because we are crying about our pet pigs dying, we just want to stop cruelty to animals!
I would use the adage "You catch more flies with honey than vinegar" but vegans don't eat honey! Yes, there are a few vegan activists who believe in promoting veganism by using an in-your-face, confrontational approach. However, the majority of activists take a more subtle approach where education, rational thinking, and adherence to one's moral compass are used to urge people to consider adopting a vegan lifestyle. (Check out various YouTube videos by Ed Earthling.)