Sunday, November 19, 2006

Didn't claw my way up the food chain so I could eat vegetables.

Brought to you by the Anti-Vegetarian Society of Meat Eaters (AVSME), this classic meatatarian saying comes on a variety of shirt and gear.

I didn't claw my way up the food chain so I could eat vegetables.

That's one of our personal favorites. One that I don't see that maybe they'll have one day soon is "Vegetables aren't food. Vegetables are what food eats." LOL!

The mental imagery of clawing oneself up a physical food chain is bluntly vivid. The bold, clear green and black text captures the struggle between carbon based life and plant life. The saying is an answer to the unasked question of a Vegan. Meat is neat. Enjoy!!


Anonymous said...

What's funny is that meat causes heart disease and cancer. Vegetarians have 50% less chance of cancer and 60% less chance of heart disease.
I wasnt born so I could die from what I eat.

Anonymous said...

You have a strange sense of humor if you think diseases are funny. Meat is a lovely source of protien and essential nutrients. And metabolism of any kind causes cells in the body to age and break down, therefore you were indeed likely born to die from what you eat, even if that diet consists entirely of boring vegetables.

Anonymous said...

Meat is Tasty Murder!!

Anonymous said...

Yeah and veggies give you salmonella as well as e-coli. You also are 60% likely to be pale and frail as a toothpick if you don't eat meat...i'll take my chances.