Horrible, no talent loser, whose idea of fashion includes fur in her own line of tacky garments.
The fur industry assumes its buyers are ignorant, unintelligent and empty. So does Jennifer Lopez.
A vegan does not consume animal products of any kind, including meat, poultry, fish, dairy, eggs, honey, gelatin, or even white sugar, which is typically processed using animal bone. Most vegans avoid wearing leather, fur, wool, cashmere, felt, down, mohair, and silk because of the pain and death linked to animal-based fiber industries. Also Vegan's try to stay away from buying products from company's who preform animal testing.
Friend 1: Hey dude. Albertsons has a sale on Iams.
Vegan: Sorry, Can't buy it...they test on animals.
|31.||Every time you run generic T, God kills a kitten|
A policy debate proverb for those who run too many generic topicality arguments. A spoof on, "Every time you masturbate, God kills a kitten."
2A: Shit, they ran substantial is without material qualifications again. What should I do?
1A: Just read the block. " Every time you run generic T, God kills a kitten , thus, the neg's argument caused the death of a kitten, constituting cruelty to animals, which violates our deontological framework and should not be considered in the round. This slaughter of kittens cannot continue any longer. Vote aff on abuse of kittens."
The moment when a reformed vegetarian, when enjoying a meal, preferably in a 4 or 5 star restaurant, stares at the ostrich steak with garlic mashed potatoes he ordered and feels a sudden pang of horror at his relaxing ethical standards on the prevention of cruelty to animals. Often involves vomiting, and fleeing both the restaurant, and his date in shame.
A: "Yo, dawg, why did Julian do a loop during the main course?"
B. "Dude, he's suffering from some mid-dinner angst, have some understanding, man."
Primarily the Bambi Effect designates the emotional trauma, usually mild and transitory experienced by hunters and trappers when viewing close up a dead or dying and suffering neotenous, i.e., "cute and adorable" animal for whose death and suffering they suddenly acknowledge some responsibility.
Guilt experienced by a hunter as he suddenly identifies with the suffering of an animal which he has killed. The name is a reference to the classic Disney film, Bambi, in which the tragic climax to the story is reached as the protagonist's (Bambi's) mother is killed by hunters.
Secondarily the effect pertains to the reaction of witnesses to scenes of the brutal killing of said neotenous animals, e.g., harp seal pups clubbed by Canadian hunters.
The black limpid pools for eyes of small, helpless harp seal pups connote childlike innocence, and it was the oft repeated images in the mass media of the clubbing of seal pups that caused an outcry in the 1970's to protect the pups from Canadian hunters. Strangely, the continual slaughter of bonobo apes, who are genetically closest to humans or of West African elephants, orders of magnitude more intelligent and consciously aware than any seal pup, never provoked nearly the same amount of public concern and outrage against animal cruelty. This seeming ethical inconsistency is no doubt owing to the differential operation of the Bambi Effect upon witnesses to images of human-caused animal suffering.
Someone who has anger at vegans for having more willpower then them.
So they go to urbandictionary and attempt too sign vegans of as teen posers, when in actual fact most vegans are not teenagers anymore and most of them are not emo posers either.
Carnivores seem too constantly tell vegans that it is the circle of life too eat meat.
And they also like too state that some animals eat other animals as if it makes it ok for us humans too eat animals.
They consistently go on about how they hate vegans who try too impose their views on others, and don't seem too have the ability too notice they are trying too shove their views on us with their constant whining of how eating meat is the circle of life, etc etc.
Carnivore: Why are you a vegan. Animals eat other animals too!
Vegan: Humans have the ability too think twice about our natural instincs and make our own descisions based on what we believe.
Carnivore: But it's the circle of life!
Vegan: It is the 2007. You have been sitting on the computer fighting with me by means off a virtual world that can be seen and heard but not touched.
We are not cavemen anymore, and I believe you sir are a hypocrite.
Meat that comes from inhumanely killed animals in accordance with Islam. The process involves a single cut to the animals throat and as result the animal is left to bleed to death. Hygenic methods for preparing and keeping raw meat seem to be abandoned in most cases as the animal is blessed prior to slaughter and therefore appears to make it immune to any contamination. The Farm Animal Welfare Council (FAWC), which advises the government on how to avoid cruelty to livestock, called for Halal meat to be banned in 2003 because the way it is produced causes severe suffering to animals. This plea to bring an end to a cruel and archaic custom caused the Muslim community to argue that is wasn't about the meat but another excuse to attack their way of life and that Halal slaughter is a long established practice. Although hanging was a long established practice in Britain at one time it was banned because we all wish to move away from medieval barbarity and into the 21st century.
Halal meat comes from the inhumane slaughter of animals.
Muslim: 'This is just an another excuse to attack our way of life. This is a long established custom.'
'Oh right. Let's bring back hanging and beheading then, they were long established customs too.'