Gallery of Atrocities


Carton of Doom

caged strawberries

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Denver, CO

Caged in and ready to be sent off for torturous cooking. These innocent strawberries don’t deserve to die like this! Nobody does.


Jul 20 2006 05:29 pm | | 226 Comments »

226 Responses to “Gallery of Atrocities”

  1. on 01 Feb 2007 at 3:03 am abagley

    This poor apple man! THIS IS PURE HUMILIATION! :(

    and take that sticker off!!!

  2. on 20 Mar 2007 at 12:39 pm cassy

    ur dumb i kill vegies alll the time just for my enjoyment!!!

  3. on 28 Mar 2007 at 6:25 am babs

    i am sure that is not mould- i think they are the last seeping tears expressed by the potato before its sad, sad demise.

    my thoughts are with you.

  4. on 02 Apr 2007 at 6:08 pm Haircuttingcutie

    You guys are lame. What do you eat if you don’t eat veggies?

  5. on 07 Apr 2007 at 7:23 am nick

    you seem not to care about the cotton or the wood used in making your products for your store. i also noticed that you have no problem accepting money for these goods. so i guess that makes you a murder for hire. is a plant not as important as the almighty dollar?

  6. on 08 Apr 2007 at 5:37 pm Cecilia

    No you’re lame! ha ha

  7. on 12 Apr 2007 at 2:12 pm Earth Child

    Oh my! When can we live in a world where we are one? Lets live in harmony with nature, not destroy it!

  8. on 13 Apr 2007 at 1:44 pm Hadley

    wait… this is a joke right? are people serious… do you really think that cutting up vegetables and eating them is abuse or something? wow.

  9. on 22 Apr 2007 at 9:26 am Carnivore

    Yes of course we are serious. How would you like to be harvested, cut up, stewed and served on a plate for someone’s dinner?

  10. on 28 Apr 2007 at 4:41 am Jamileh Taaki

    Genocide against vegetables must STOP. Their attempts to eradicate, humiliate and mutilate innocent vegetables is disgusting. I urge you, take up your pick-forks, do not let this brutality continue!!

  11. on 01 May 2007 at 7:57 pm Peggy the Veggies

    …Is this a JOKE?

    Carnivore says, “How would you like to be harvested, cut up, stewed and served on a plate for someone’s dinner?”

    Why don’t you ask the poor animals that question, at least from the cut up part?

    Don’t forget that plants CAN’T FEEL PAIN- they don’t have nervous systems or pain recpetors. Animals, non-human and human, DO have these and do feel pain and do suffer.

    this has GOT to be a joke.

  12. on 01 May 2007 at 10:11 pm Carnivore

    Peggy do you mean to suggest that pain and suffering are prerequisites for life to have value? Whether or not fruits and vegetables feel pain is irrelevant. What matters is that their lives are ended unjustly and they cannot defend themselves like animals can. Meatatarians eat meat as a means of protecting vegetables by reducing the population of their top predators: herbivores.

  13. on 02 May 2007 at 5:55 pm Peggy the Veggie

    OK, fine. Let’s pretend that what you’re saying is right.

    Do you realize that animals themselves eat plants?

    One cow must eat dozens, hundreds of pounds of plants during its lifetime. By eating a pound of beef, you’re actually contributing to more “plant suffering” than if you had eaten the plants themselves.

    This sort of logic is usually taught in grade 7 science class, if you can recall.

    So, if you really want to reduce plant suffering, it’s actually VEGANISM that is the solution.

  14. on 03 May 2007 at 12:30 am Carnivore

    So if one cow eats hundreds of pounds of plants during its lifetime doesn’t that mean when I eat a cow I am saving hundreds of pounds of my vegetable friends from horrific death at the mouth of said cow? Furthermore, each cow I eat means less cows to reproduce, which means more plants live. Pretty simple, huh?

    What you are trying to sell me is that by not eating cows those cows will eat their hundreds of pounds of my plant friends and I will join them in eating hundreds of pounds of my vegetable friends and somehow that means less plants will die?

    I gotta say, Peggy, I’m not very impressed with whoever your 7th grade science/logic teacher was. If you’ve proven anything you’ve proven that veganism is the absolute WORST thing plant-loving people can do to save more plant’s lives.

    How does it feel to be responsible for so much innocent death?

  15. on 03 May 2007 at 8:59 am Jei

    Euthanasia should be introduced for Vegan’s. I don’t mean petty sudden death either 😉

  16. on 05 May 2007 at 3:58 pm Peggy the Veggie

    I should have clarified that a cow eats those pounds of plants during the short lifetime BEFORE she gets killed. By purchasing animal flesh, you’re encouraging the animal agriculture industries to continue feeding plants to the poor animals.

    And, actually, no, by eating animals you are NOT saving plants.

    In the United States:
    -over 70% percent of the grains and cereal grown go to livestock (1)
    -nearly half of the water and 80 percent of the agricultural land are used for raising animals for food (2 & 3)

    Think about all those grains and cereal going to animals- 70%!
    If YOU truly did care about “plant suffering”, you’d realize that abolishing animal agriculture would decrease the suffering of grain and cereal crops by 70%, an astounding amount.

    (1) Ed Ayres, “Will We Still Eat Meat?” Time, 8 Nov. 1999.
    (2) John Robbins, The Food Revolution, Conari Press: Boston, 2001, p. 238
    (3)Marlow Vesterby and Kenneth Krupa, “Major Uses of Land in the United States, 1997,” U.S. Department of Agriculture Statistical Bulletin.

  17. on 08 May 2007 at 6:28 pm Peggy the Veggie

    And, by the way, I’m intrigued by your “vegetable suffering” concepts… would you mind enlightening me by giving me a brief description of what you would eat in one day, as a strict carnivore? As a vegan, I’ve been able to meet 100% of my nutrient requirements, and then some, and I’m interested as to how oe would do so on a carnivore diet.

  18. on 09 May 2007 at 12:44 am Insanity plea

    Peggy… whne i read your words my heart just about stopped. how could you endorse such sadistic practices such as “veganism”. I cant beleive your parents thought it was ok to let you grow up that way!

    Whatt kind of sicko are you!

  19. on 10 May 2007 at 12:34 am Insanity plea

    ok in all seriousness peggy i think you vegans should all get off your high horse of not eating meat and do the world a favor by shutting the hell up. I mean whopty doo! You don’t eat meat. what do you want? a prize?

    Peggy take a moment to realize just how much of a tool you are. This website is obviously a just for fun site, and you come here preaching to people about how you eat nothing but vegetables and post a link to your crappy blog. People like you piss me off and make me write stupid comments like this on forums i rarely visit.


  20. on 14 May 2007 at 9:51 am Jamileh

    Peggy, you really impressed me with your use of statistics to explain MORAL ethics, furthermore the way you exployed comments by notable voices, just incredible! You argue your point consistently, I’m envious of your evident intellect.

    Your logic is indisputable, except meat tastes GOOD. I do more than imply, I declare we feed animals other animals, the system is by far the most sustainable the world has ever seen! PeghLegh, understand this – animals exist for the benefit of humans, to produce our energy resource, to advance our scientific understand. Their brains are inferior to ours, excluding the odd inbred 😛

    Some advice, give up your plight, you’ll never look like the caring person you want to be. The animals don’t love you back either, they’re just attempting to gain food. If that fails, then castration as I previously suggested.

  21. on 15 May 2007 at 2:57 pm Savage

    Ummm, Carnivore? Does that mean I have to start eating Vegans? I don’t think I could stomach that.

  22. on 19 May 2007 at 10:13 pm bibi

    so the bottom line is that we shall not eat plants, because killing plants is evil, and that we are not to eat animals because they are raised eating plants as well.
    (or eat tooth paste)

  23. on 24 May 2007 at 3:35 pm MONICA, CHRISTIAN


  24. on 26 May 2007 at 9:37 am veggiemurderer

    you people all need lives

  25. on 29 May 2007 at 4:57 am The Unknown One

    Religion is irrelevent here, our bodies are designed to eat both flesh and plant. They are fully capable of eating both, other animals are only capable of eating plant and some are only capable of eating flesh. If we deny ourselves a source of food we deny the design.

  26. on 29 May 2007 at 9:10 am Omnivore

    LOL! Oh what a funny bunch you are! Thanks so much for the good laugh.

  27. on 02 Jun 2007 at 9:43 pm Rhiannon

    Ummmm so uhhh, what are we supposed to eat? If we’ve already decided that we don’t want to torture animals for our consumption, do we follow the man who says that we can live souley on air?

  28. on 05 Jun 2007 at 10:26 pm Insanity Plea

    Heres a thought, when you cook meat, it is already dead, when you cook a poor helpless vegetable, you are killing it yourself, via STEAMING, or BOILING. You dont boil a cow alive before eating it. do you?

  29. on 07 Jun 2007 at 1:55 pm meat chomper

    my carrot cousins and pea brothers praise your good efforts.we are ready and willing to rise up and fight for are freedom when the time is right

  30. on 07 Jun 2007 at 10:34 pm Carnivore

    Rhiannon you can eat the meat of the demonic herbivores that cause the deaths of billions of our plant friends each and every year. Your eating is a form of natural justice so you can relish in your higher level of morality and superiority, which is a nice perk of being meatatarian.

  31. on 10 Jun 2007 at 11:17 am Offended Vegetarian

    what are you head cases talking about?! i suppose you are all purely meat eaters? this is insane! plants don’t LIVE they exist! what about the calves that are chained down at birth, never allowed to move just to make their muscles tender enough to eat? how can you talk about dead carrots when living creatures are slautered every minute? you disgust me.

  32. on 10 Jun 2007 at 11:41 am urallpsycho

    to bibi yes let’s all eat toothpaste

  33. on 10 Jun 2007 at 4:57 pm Carnivore

    Plants don’t live? Can you please explain how plants do not qualify as living being and how animals do?

    What about these calves that are supposedly chained down at birth? Did you ever stop and think that maybe that happens to keep them from preying on innocent plant-life? Duh.

    I’ve heard some doozies from vegetarians before as they try to defend their inhumane treatment, nay, genocide of innocent fruits and vegetables but I’ve never heard any try to argue that plants are not even alive.

    I suppose you want to trick us into believing that it’s okay to do whatever we want to plants because they aren’t alive, right? Well, Offended Vegetarian, what if plants ARE alive? Does that mean you’ll reconsider your barbaric mass murder of fruits and vegetables and join the 21st century’s movement of kindness, AKA the Vegetable Rights Militant Movement?!?!

    I challenge you to do so once you realize plants do actually live (and die, usually at the hands of eager killers of your ilk).

  34. on 25 Jun 2007 at 3:23 pm seriously

    Peggie the Veggie makes me laugh out loud, thanks.

  35. on 26 Jun 2007 at 1:14 am SimonSays

    Very funny site, well done 😀

  36. on 30 Jun 2007 at 6:56 pm avmf8

    This site made me laugh it shows how stupid these activists against eating meat are.

  37. on 12 Jul 2007 at 8:31 am ladybird80

    Oh may God!
    This is pure cruelty!!! I’m going to cry….

  38. on 12 Jul 2007 at 8:35 am ladybird80

    Poor coconut!

  39. on 12 Jul 2007 at 8:53 am ladybird80

    Are you joking or what?

    Do you really think that vegetable suffer? How can you be sure of this sufference?

  40. on 12 Jul 2007 at 8:54 am ladybird80

    Anyway the idea is original and everything is funny!

  41. on 21 Jul 2007 at 4:32 pm Jane rocks!

    Wow. Ya’ll are nuts! With a capital N-U-T-S!

  42. on 26 Jul 2007 at 12:31 pm Vegetation Liberation

    When I saw ‘mushroom amputation’, it broke my heart, and I wept. So often we tend to forget the crimes commited against our fungal brethren.

  43. on 26 Jul 2007 at 5:02 pm Ethical Butcher

    Seriously, How could you ‘laugh out loud’ at someone in love with death and destruction? Let’s stop the immaturity. Obviosly, Peggie has some major issues that she is working through right now.

  44. on 27 Jul 2007 at 2:05 am Irene Khan

    Hello, I am a representative of Amnesty International (a group that endures to promote human rights). AI would like to apply to support your cause because we believe human rights are something that every living thing deserves. We have abandoned all ideas associated with “human superiority” and the general blunt ignorance we fostered in the past regarding our vegetable friends.

    Thank you.

  45. on 02 Aug 2007 at 1:16 pm Omnibutt

    Wait a second, I just slid my index finger over my top row of teeth and found two really pointy ones with a bunch of wider and flatter ones behind them. Then I researched dentistry info on the internet and found out that they’re called canine teeth and moulers. Then, I researched human dietary needs, along with evolution, and you wouldn’t believe what I found out.

    Humans have evolved both carnivore and herbavore teeth at the same time and is why they, those stupid scientists, call us ominvores. Woof, but that’s a Chinese expression…

    I don’t advocate the mistreatment of plants or animals, but I do like a wilted spinach salad with my filet.

    Question, if I, my son, and a self-rightous, self-absorbed, hypocritical, and shockingly cofused vegan and/or PETA member were castaways with absolutely nothing to eat and were starving to death, how would you season PETA steaks?

    I loved the site.

  46. on 02 Aug 2007 at 1:28 pm Crackers

    Never forget the famous words uttered by Charlton Heston, “Soylent Green is peeoopple!”

  47. on 02 Aug 2007 at 2:23 pm Sad Wind

    I’m so sad that I can’t fart loud enough to show my true disdain for PETA and their emotionally and cognitively crippled followers. This site was a breath of fresh air and has inspired me to keep fighting to get my voice heard.

  48. on 13 Aug 2007 at 1:15 pm Josh

    You’ve all got to be kidding me. Whatever. I’m going to eat a crisp, fresh, apple. Bye!

  49. on 27 Aug 2007 at 4:52 am Hedrought

    Kim is the veggie and fruit reaper!

  50. on 31 Aug 2007 at 5:30 pm Shinsei Rikku

    Am I reading this right??? I’m sorry but – no wait, I am so not sorry – the people who run this site actually believe that eating vegetables and fruits and stuff is cruelty? And what exactly do you eat?! When I first came here I had no clue as to what you would eat if you didn’t eat plants or animals, but you guys plea for “vegetable cruelty” to end and live on a diet of nothing but meat in the name of “saving vegetables”? Something’s wrong w/ you, really. If the integrity of your cause was truly maintained, the ecosystem as we know it would not exist, plain and simple. are you saying the world’s bioshpere should be purely comprised of bacteria and similar microbes? cuz those are about the only things on this planet that can live by chemiosynthesis. even then, if you look at it from the space point of view, sooner or later Earth would run out of space, even for bacteria to survive. they’d kill eachother in the struggle for resources, if only passively. you make absolutely no sense. you need help. really. REALLY!!!

  51. on 03 Sep 2007 at 11:47 am Shinsei Rikku

    lol. just read the comment string up there that confirmed my suspiscions of this whole site being a joke. good one, peepz! although for those of you who actually still seem to REALLY believe in vegetable mutilation – you still need help. and guess what? I CUT UP A PAPAYA AND TWO KIWI’S TODAY! SUCK ON THAT!!!

    Now, for us rational human beings who can intelligently speak about veganism without letting our emotions get in the way, I have a few words. First of all, yes, there are people on both extreme ends of the spectrum who will fight for all eternity over whether eating animals is just. Deal with it. I myself just began to sample a mostly vegan lifestyle a few days ago, and not because I want to get on a high horse and point fingers at others. Nor do I believe that eating meat and other animal products is wrong, in principle. I believe that after Adam and Eve were banished from the Garden of Eden, nature changed, and some animals, including humans, began to feed on eachother. While not ideal compared with God’s initially perfect world, if we as humans can treat or let animals live as humanely as possible before we kill them for food (and obviously do so sustainably), we are doing no wrong. The problem is that today’s meat, dairy, and seafood industries are plundering our environment in highly unsustainable ways AND putting the animals involved in the processes under nothing short of agonizing torture. THIS is where I draw the line and boycott the industries that commit such heinous and unnecessary atrocities against conscious, living, breathing, FEELING creatures.

    In all sincerity I hesitateted to adopt the vegan lifestyle because I don’t believe one should have to so drastically alter one’s lifestyle to inflict so minimal a loss upon a twisted but sickeningly permeating system. This fight will not be won on veganism/vegetarianism alone; the time it would take to convert a significant percentage of animal product consumers would undoubtedly be more than we have before our biosphere collapses. Not to mention all the animal lives that will have been hellish and ended early before then. We have to get political about it, plain and simple. In that respect, if the people who are pushing so hard for change in the way our industries animals are being treated continue to fuel those industries by consuming their products, how genuine will the powers that be percieve those protestors? Shall we call for change and continue to put our money and energy and resources into to keeping them going? Not I. I can live meat-free until I can be sure the meat I eat lived a humane life before it was killed for my use.

  52. on 02 Oct 2007 at 3:04 am insectivore

    Truly I say.. I grieve both for our animal, and vegetable brethren. The true menace to all, is insects. Embrace the truth, let us consume insects!

  53. on 11 Oct 2007 at 10:25 pm FatCat

    Recipe for Sauted Tomato Worms in Mint Toothpaste Sauce:


    2 cups fat, plant-destroying tomato worms
    12 grasshopper legs
    2 tablespoons sythetic engine oil
    1 teaspoon ants, finely chopped
    salt (to taste)

    1/2 cup mint toothpaste (artificially flavored)
    1/2 milk


    Mix worms, grasshopper legs, ants, and oil and let marinate overnight.

    (sauce) put toothpaste and milk in a saucepan and bring to a boil. Lower heat and simmer 2 minutes. Set aside to thicken.

    Add marinated worms to a hot skillet and saute until golden brown. Season with salt to taste. Plate and drizzel sauce over the worms. Garnish with evil grasshopper wings.

  54. on 03 Nov 2007 at 9:30 pm Ally

    I can’t believe you all are serious about this site. It’s beyond me that people actually believe that vegetables actually feel pain. If you were to take a hot poker to a animal, it will squeal in pain, and run away. If you take a hot poker to a apple, it will burn. Vegetables have NO CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM! So that obviously means it can feel NO PAIN!

    I just find sites like this to be pointless, because the ideas that are behind them make no since. Its obvious no matter how you eat, which things suffer the most. It happens to be the dead flesh that ends up on most peoples plates, and not the fresh vegetables that happens to accompany the corpse depending on the persons diet.

    This last bit of comment is for the ones who believe that a animal, can live humane lives before its killed for their use. There is NO SUCH THING, no matter how humane, or “free-range” you think said animal is, in the end when its murdered for human use, it is never humane. I just wish people would wake up and realize how foolish it is to think that “humane” animals actually are treated better than so-called “non-humane”.

    Id rather have a tasty apple in my stomach, than to walk around, knowing I have a dead piece of meat rotting in my stomach any day.

  55. on 16 Nov 2007 at 4:36 pm mmm vegans

    All living things are interconnected, is it so hard to see that we’re all the same? Just because plant’s lack a nose or mouth doesn’t mean that they don’t breathe in the air around them. If plants didn’t breathe CO2 they’d die.

    So let me guess, because they don’t derive their life from the air the same way we do, they’re inferior or unworthy of just treatment? Do you really believe you’re so special?

    Just because our society lacks the capability to perceive the pain that plants feel doesn’t mean that they don’t feel. Our society has yet to prove whether or not a god exists, why the universe works the way it does… hell it was only a couple centuries ago that society lacked the ability to recognize the world is round. Is it so hard to that there are things that we don’t understand? Just because we don’t understand doesn’t make it right.

    How would you like to be torn from your roots, separated from the only family you’ve ever known in your short time alive, and die an agonizing death as your flesh is mutilated for consumption?

    I swear you vegans are so cruel… you’re just disgusting. Seriously, I think the answer is clear:

    Vegan en flambe’

  56. on 19 Nov 2007 at 5:02 am jeff

    u guys are weird

    plants cant feel!

  57. on 26 Nov 2007 at 11:46 pm veganarian

    Well, finally, people who understand the terrible injustices done to our veggie brethren, I thought I was alone, sad unloved but here now I see that all those meals of broccolli and cauliflower that I refused to eat, that my cruel unloving parents tried to force down my throat, was not all in vain.
    I have recently found that eating vegans not only cleanses the world of veggie haters but clears the air of all that self righteous effluent we are forced to walk through.
    Next time a veggie lover asks you over for dinner make sure you call the day before to let them know you wont be consuming any of their foul murdered veggies and will only consume those filthy vegans or at least a cow or two. You know they would try it n you.

  58. on 30 Nov 2007 at 4:04 am veggies r yum

    omg im gonna have a stir fry with lot of veggies and a baked potato on the side followed by fruit salad for desert those pics made me very hungry mmmmmm veggies mmmmm fruit i love eating them and there nothing you can do about it i’ll do it again and again, i’m a proud veggie killer seriously people look at the facts a pure meat diet is so bad for you and is responsible for colen and bowel cancer vegggie are meant to be eaten or you will end up very sick and the meat industry kills more plants in a day than one human can in a liftime

  59. on 11 Dec 2007 at 4:54 pm mmm vegans

    As evidenced by the previous poster a pure veg diet is responsible for brain cancer.

  60. on 30 Dec 2007 at 11:33 am sac ado

    Well i thought this site is a joke. i disagree with both vegetarians and carnivores. humans have the survival instinct, they shud eat both since both were made to maintain the human race, peggy lol stop being a hippocrit and for carnivores do u actually believe that eating plants is that absurd and mean, come on every1 eats plants, theyre made to be eaten thats why they give off fruits

  61. on 30 Dec 2007 at 11:39 am Bahaa

    Guys, as one of you mentioned. Our bodies are designed to eat both plants and animals.

    Animal rights activists, why do you think it is natural that lions and other predators eat animals, while it isn’t natural and recommended that humans do that? It is so simple. They were made for us to eat them. It all depends on our view of the purpose of our existence.

  62. on 16 Jan 2008 at 3:34 am veggies r yum

    dear mmm vegans, what kind of idiot are you vegetables are full of vitamins and minerals that improve brain function. do some research you sick freak.

  63. on 17 Jan 2008 at 3:49 pm mmm vegans

    If that is the case “veggies r yum”, then how do you explain your advanced state of mental retardation?

  64. on 20 Jan 2008 at 4:34 am veggies r yum

    before you make false accusations regarding my intelligence did you do research or did you just go straight into insults to hide your lack of knowledge on the subject.

  65. on 20 Jan 2008 at 4:38 am veggies r yum

    lol you weirdos are so fricken hilarious. seriously get a life no one cares about vegetable rights, take a good look at yourselves fight for a real cause e.g.; children slowly starving to death in africa

  66. on 23 Jan 2008 at 2:09 pm mmm vegans

    You’ve already provided all the evidence I’d ever need to make an informed conclusion.

    As to the people starving in Africa, we could always send them vegan burgers.

    And with the lowered vegan population, our beloved veg population would stand a better chance at recovery.

  67. on 28 Jan 2008 at 3:41 am veggies r yum

    your sick if you find starving children hilarious, you need psychological help if you show more compassion for plants than people.
    Seriously are you a complete retard, you still can not provide any scientific evidence to support your case, again do some research or don’t your probably to retarded to understand anything that might be outside your small sense of comprehension.

  68. on 28 Jan 2008 at 3:49 am veggies r yum

    dear weirdos,
    how many of you all can, lay claim to have never killed plant life, have you ever stepped on a blade of grass that poor thing must have screamed bloody murder when you stepped on it. if you can honestly swear on your life yes, well then you can fight for the cause the rest of you are a bunch of hypocrites and fight for a real cause and help suffering people, or you are soulless.

  69. on 31 Jan 2008 at 5:06 pm mmm vegans

    Alas Veggies, I was at one point in my life a sinner of the highest order… a plant murderer. I can only hope that the work I do now on behalf of all vegetation can help me atone in some way for the suffering I have caused them.

    If correcting old wrongs makes me a hypocrite in your eyes, then that is the burden I must bear. So be it.

    But it’s also because of you that I realize now that my veg-advocacy is not enough. There are other causes that are just as in need of my attention. And now, because of you Veggies, I have a second cause in my life for which to advocate.

    Adolescent Illiteracy

    Thank you for showing me that the world has other truly noble causes in addition to veg rights.

  70. on 02 Feb 2008 at 1:40 am veggies r yum

    omg i laughed so hard when i read your pitiful response. It’s a good thing that there is not to many people like you in the world or that your in a position of power or we would all be dying from colon cancer.
    What are you going to do when you get scurvy from lack of vitamin c?

  71. on 06 Feb 2008 at 1:28 am Celt

    Well I find your ideas interesting and to all the veggies it has being done in the real world. Inuits (Eskimo is an insult)did live on a strictly meat diet and they didn’t die from it, I think also that the Mongolian tribes do not eat alot of vegetables as do some tribes in Africa that live from livestock. Funny that the veggies always put the life of an animal above even the life of a human. If I follow your veggie/vegan ideas concerning animal pain and right’s, why should a plant, insect, fish not have those same right’s? And what give’s you the right here to claim that plants do not feel pain? Maybe is there something else in nature than a nervous system that brings pain? Our knowledge of nature is quite primitive for the moment and we can discover in the future that plants actually feel pain, what would then be your response to this new revolution as a veggie/ vegan?

  72. on 06 Feb 2008 at 4:30 am celt

    50 years ago people would laugh at the animal right’s movement, today they are accepted. Vegetal right’s movement is not taken serious for the moment, will it be the same in 50 years?

  73. on 10 Feb 2008 at 3:38 am veggies r yum

    highly unlikely, no one cares about the rights of a potato

  74. on 13 Feb 2008 at 5:07 am veggies r yum

    answer this. Why is plant suffering worse than human or animal suffering?

  75. on 23 Feb 2008 at 8:34 pm HAVE COMMON SENSE






  76. on 23 Feb 2008 at 8:53 pm michelle

    as reply to carnivore, Peggy do you mean to suggest that pain and suffering are prerequisites for life to have value?

    why should we care for beings (barely beings) that do not feel pain more than we care for ones that do feel it. plants cannot suffer or feel pain and it is much harder to maintain a lifestyle that is “dead plant free” If you eat purely meat how do you get your nutrition? I really don’t believe that you people who are serious about this keep up your plant free eating lifestyle. Please if this website is a joke and you are just trying to show your beliefs that animal rights is stupid, STOP your not going to get any attention from anyone important

  77. on 23 Feb 2008 at 8:59 pm michelle

    any important nutritionist, or scientist, or someone who has common sense will tell you that if you are going to stand up for any kind of rights it should be animals. it is better for the planet to avoid relying on animal products than plant ones. THE MEAT INDUSTRY IS OF THE MOST LAND DEMANDING (FOREST CLEARING) PLANET POLLUTING (PLANT KILLING) INDUSTRIES. I am a vegetarian but i look at being vegetarian in the environmental way also. Supporting the meat industry is one of the worst things you can do to our planet and plants. so i think you fanatics are trying to somehow make fun of animal rights and you should stop because few people care or agree with your veiws

  78. on 23 Feb 2008 at 9:02 pm michelle

    and again, carnivore. your posts don’t make you seem stupid. you are good at debating and arguing. i do believe that you don’t truly believe in vegetable rights and that you are purely making fun of animal rights. please reply to my posts

  79. on 23 Feb 2008 at 9:26 pm have some sense


  80. on 23 Feb 2008 at 9:29 pm have some sense

    BTW celt. we may not know all about nature. if there is some mystery of pain not coming from central nervous systems why should we pay attention to this mysterious pain when there is REAL pain?

  81. on 23 Feb 2008 at 9:33 pm have some sense

    I AM AN ENVIRONMENTALIST. i believe in saving the rainforest! i believe we should all live simpler lives but eating a strictly meat diet is not the answer it is illogical to eat things that eat plants because it doesn’t bring you anywhere. we should preserve our earth and not pollute it. but dissing animal rights is not the answer. and being a fanatic about veggie cruelty isn’t either. by eating meat you are contributing to this planet wrecking vicious cycle of both veggie and animal cruelty!

  82. on 23 Feb 2008 at 9:37 pm have some sense

    take into consideration that when you eat vegtables and fruits, those are things that THEY DON’T KILL THE PLANT TO HARVEST THESE. the REAL plant cruelty is innocent trees, and they are most important in ecosystems. NOT THE APPLES THAT FALL FROM THEM. THE THINGS THAT HAVE REAL PLANT CRUELTY ARE THE PAPERS OF CASH YOU OWN, COMING FROM SAWED TALL BEAUTIFUL TREES. FRUITS OF A PLANT AREN’T ALIVE. ITS THE PLANT THAT IS ALIVE. FRUITS DONT DIE.

  83. on 23 Feb 2008 at 9:44 pm veggies r yum

    you guys delete the posts that make most sense and cant be argued with further with your fanatic views. animal rights activists ALWAYS have an answer, what about you?

  84. on 26 Feb 2008 at 11:09 am buttonsoup – 23k -Quoted well from this web site
    . . . Bertrand Russell didn’t go far enough when he remarked that animal rights mean votes for oysters. By the same criterion, they mean votes for parsnips.

    Animal rights supporters argue that, if an organism re- acts negatively to any exterior influence, and seeks to avoid further contact, then it is in pain. “Fish feel pain,” it was announced in May. Scientists at the Roslin Institute and the University of Edinburgh had placed electrodes in the brains of trout and made recordings as they poked the fishes’ heads. They discovered that the trout brains fired reactive neurones. When acid or bee venom was applied to their lips, the trout rubbed them on the gravel in their tank.

    On the same basis, it can be argued that plants also feel pain. They, too, recoil from detrimental sensations. Research by Alan Bown of Brock University in Canada showed that, ten seconds after an insect crawls on to a leaf, the plant secretes a paralysing agent (called gamma aminobutyric acid) that attacks the intruder’s nervous system. Bown explained that plants distinguish between harmless contact from raindrops and the action of caterpillar feet. Not only that, but having been attacked by insects, plants repair their wounds by releasing the chemical superoxide, which helps to prevent infection.

  85. on 27 Feb 2008 at 5:56 pm yummy veggies

    you guys are a joke……….We should eat humans, not animals! this because humans punish animals for the heinous crime of killing plants, and they also feed the animals lots of plants, so the humans are guilty of mass plantocide. By eating humans we make less plants having to suffer, this because the humans will not be able to feed the animals in their farms, so the animals will starve inside the farms, while we gradually reduse the human vegocide!

  86. on 28 Feb 2008 at 6:49 pm yummy veggies

    yes button soup, ive heard of such things. but even the most primitive animals have emotion. they feel loneliness and boredom. And plants have some sort of defense mechanism that could be triggered by “feeling” i’m not going to argue with that, but you need a brain and emotions to SUFFER. and i believe that plants do not feel pain like we animals do. They do not have nerves so I dont really think its pain or anything close to actual feeling

  87. on 28 Feb 2008 at 6:56 pm yummy veggies

    suffering and dying is much worse than dying alone. animals feel intense fear, boredom, loneliness and pain before they are shipped to be butchered, and i value that much more than their actual lives. and it definetly makes more sense to eat plants because of my above explanation. and they are very nutritious too! and eskimos (the only people who lived a meat only diet) usually died in their forties. and not because they caught colds. and vegetarians/vegans are actually the longest living people because cholesterol is the number one killer of Americans (greater than cigarettes.) also, the meat industry is the one of the most polluting and grain using industries.

  88. on 01 Mar 2008 at 2:21 am veggies r yum


  89. on 07 Mar 2008 at 2:22 pm gmaninnc

    Just because you can’t hear the scream does it mean that poor head of lettuce does not feel pain?

  90. on 10 Mar 2008 at 7:05 pm Cassie

    O man!! All these vegetables are making me hungry!!

  91. on 11 Mar 2008 at 1:04 am veggies r yum

    seeing as it has no nervous system i would most defiantly say not.

  92. on 24 Mar 2008 at 10:53 am joyce

    What do you guys eat? Honestly are you serious? Are you allowed to take vitamins?

  93. on 11 Apr 2008 at 12:48 pm Ridler

    What about the animal eating plants, or worse, the animal killing plants that don’t eat what they kill, how do they fit into this debate? Are they to be idolized or scorned and who has the right to do so, animals or plants?

    Is there a death row for child animal molestor and animal murdering plants?

    Was it just that recently a grazing animal was released from custody after a jury accepted his defense that the plant shouldn’t have been wearing all of those new juicy and provocative new sprouts in the Spring?

    What about plants killing other plants in the eternal struggle for sunshine, water and nutrients? Can’t they all just get along?

    Did you know that cigarettes are consistent with a vegetarian lifestyle?

  94. on 17 Apr 2008 at 12:31 pm Cassie

    SO…. How exactly did you wierdos get these pics? Did you “kill” these “poor, helpless veggies” yourself? You guys are dum. This whole website is a JOKE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  95. on 24 Apr 2008 at 1:54 am celt

    I am still wondering about “save the earth” of meat eater’s issue. Vegan’s tell us that eating meat is bad for the planet. Well my response to this would be, you can only be a veggie because your food travelled from far away with alot of energy wasted in the process. About 100 years years ago people in Europe would have a very difficult time to eat only veggie a specially in the winter. Have you veggies already done some research on what vegetables you could eat in the winter only grown in Europe and still be able to have a good diet foy yourself’s? So if you would do like the peasents did before raising your own pig at home and slaughter it once a year it would be les poluting the earth that vegtables and fruit that travel thousends of miles to get to Europe. There is also the problem of biodeversity that mono-culture crops bring to nature. You do not have to be Einstein to understand that in a mono-culture field almost no animals, insects and other plants can live because of the spraying of chemicals. Now if you look at a pasture for live stock, wild animals, insects and other plants can still live in this kind of nature.

  96. on 28 Apr 2008 at 12:00 pm Jim

    Milk, honey, aphid dew, spider webs, silk, pollen, hair/fur/feathers (after falling off the animal), snake skins after molting, arthropod shells after molting, ashes left after a natural fire, vitamins, boogers (whale snot), volcanic ash mixed with water, and my favorite finger nail clippings… these are what you eat if you don’t want meat or veggies. There are also variations of dirt and clay that are tasty and healthy. Bees wax doesn’t have much nutritional value, but helps with certain digestive ailments. Salts, sugars, proteins, and lipids are also found in nature and can be harvested without destroying life.

    The biggest problem in all this debate in my opinion is the terrible crimes committed against micro-organisms. Each living plant and animal destroys trillions upon trillions of viruses and bacteria cells every day.

    I’m going to start a new Web site to defend the rights of micro-organisms. Save the amoeba!!

  97. on 28 Apr 2008 at 12:19 pm Jim

    I just remembered a few more things one could eat without harming plants or animals… egg shells, after-birth, placentas, and umbilical cords. Yummy!

  98. on 04 May 2008 at 4:32 pm Wazeeri

    Dear Sirs

    I take offense at your labelling of everything which grows on trees as a vegetable. This is clearly not the correct usage of the term and I am sure that fruits all over the world are outraged by this ignorance.

    This is just like calling every east asian chinese. Fruits have their own identity and culture which is very much different from that of the vegetables. By labelling the fruits as vegetables we are depriving them of their identity and self worth.

    Have they not been tortured enough for you to come along and snatch away their existence by dissolving them into the more popular and well know category of vegetables?

    Sincerely Yours

    Mohsin Khan

  99. on 19 May 2008 at 6:57 am Slim Shavings

    Having just finished an asparagus,onion omelet I
    am on my way to weed my garden as I fatten my plants up for their inevitable journey to my stomach. After which I will be in the shop putting together boards of pine,oak,walnut which I have sliced up into beautiful boards for furniture upon which I will rest my legs while I partake of a large bowl of strawberry shortcake tonight

  100. on 19 May 2008 at 12:34 pm Parader

    What about fruits, Wazeeri? You’re a fruit, so what? Since veggies are getting Veggie Pride parades in Paris and New York I guess we’ll have to have Fruit parades, oh wait…you already do.

    Let me guess, Juicy Fruit is your favorite chewing gum, correct?

    In all seriousness, you’re ugly and your mother dresses you funny. “What about the fruits?”, please…

  101. on 19 May 2008 at 12:37 pm Batman

    GUANO, y’all can eat guano, or my butt, whichever.

  102. on 29 May 2008 at 9:28 am Fiah

    U kno some of these vegies r fruits so y is it on if it’s a FRUIT!!!!!

  103. on 03 Jun 2008 at 6:49 pm Save the Animals

    I am a whole hearted vegetarian. I’m currently drinking a goblet full of V8 and Enjoying a large bowl full of luscious spinach, collard greens, Radishes, tomatoes, carrots, and my personal favorite…
    … POTATOES. Oh yeah the cows you eat aren’t carnivores, unless you plan on eating your offspring, there is no point in this organization.

  104. on 05 Jun 2008 at 2:52 pm loves meat with veggies

    so as im seeing this i have to laugh because if you think about it every thing we consume has come from a plant or animal of some sort whether you are eating it or its bi products so what i am saying is that you are eating a plant and or animals every day whether it is indirectly or directly so yeah get over it i have to say that this is a funny sight and im hoping that it is a joke because if not you guys need to find something else to do with your time

  105. on 06 Jun 2008 at 12:32 pm Wazeeri

    Dear Sir,

    I take offense at you calling me a fruit. A fruit is not a term of ridicule and should not be used as a term of ridicule.

    Fruits have made great sacrifices for us. When a fruit meets it’s imminent end it dries and leaves it’s carcass which grows into the very trees which provide you and I with Oxygen.

    Calling people fruit cakes, Fruity, old boy Fruit face just shows your ignorance and arrogance to the plight of our planet’s most important members.

    Kind Regards


  106. on 12 Aug 2008 at 1:20 pm let's drop some blueacid

    those sick bastards!

  107. on 13 Aug 2008 at 12:40 pm LOLLYPOP

    I think the vegtable trade should be abolished.
    LET THEM LIVE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  108. on 19 Sep 2008 at 10:28 pm a foe

    this whole website has failed. after reading this, i went and ate an apple, fed some steak to my dog, and smoked weed. well, i was going to smoke anyway, but the rest of that was on your empty plates.

  109. on 29 Sep 2008 at 6:32 pm Animal Lover

    You guys are weird and immature. Don’t you have better things to do then write on the forums of some stupid website? And please don’t be predictable by replying with any of the following answers:

    1. The fight for plants is important, not a waste of time…
    2. You are wasting your time by writing this.
    3. Our website is not stupid. It is for an important cause.

    PS: I love eating vegetables. >:)

  110. on 07 Oct 2008 at 4:24 pm Xai

    Like meat-eaters flock to animal-cruelty sites, vegetarians (and their stricter, humorless, discriminating cousins–vegans) are flocking to this one to defend their rights to be able to eat what they want. Let’s face it: We’re all hypocrites. We both are doing the exact same thing on both types of sites, yet we criticize the other group for defending themselves.

    Here’s what I have to say:
    Animals eat other animals.
    Humans are animals.
    Therefore, it is fine for a human to eat an animal.
    However, animals also eat plants.
    Again, humans are animals.
    Therefore, it is also fine for a human to eat a plant.
    Furthermore, our bodies evolved the way they did for a reason. By eating both kinds of food that we were naturally designed to eat, we’ll stay healthy. You need certain proteins from meat that you can’t get from plants. Likewise, you need certain vitamins and minerals from plants that you can’t get from animals.

    Let’s all just be omnivores and get along, okay?

  111. on 26 Oct 2008 at 5:51 pm SHALA




  112. on 12 Nov 2008 at 10:23 am Anonymous

    haha, Vegans make me laugh.

    Here’s a good one: You vegans say that animals are our ‘cousins’ because of evolution, right?

    Doesn’t that make veggies our cousins too?

    I enjoy a nice juciy steak with a side of bake potato. If that is true, my ‘cousins’ are delicious! XD

    ~Go Omnivores!~

  113. on 13 Nov 2008 at 9:31 pm Chaddy

    I do not believe in eating plants or animals, I only eat ass, yum yum!!

  114. on 17 Nov 2008 at 11:53 pm save the potatoes!

    you all go on about “thats not a vegetable!” and “cows eat blabla bla”, when the one suffering the most is the potato! every day over 10,000,000 get skinned,cut up, deep fried in batter,oil and water, then to top it all off, frozen to await a further cooking and death by your stomach acids! People go to an event, walk up to a food stall, and order “chips”, never once thinking about the impact they’re making.
    It sickens me.

  115. on 29 Nov 2008 at 6:20 pm XwafflesofdestructionX

    This is hillarious, though I hope no one really takes it seriously. I am a vegetarian (just thought i’d add that in there to bother any of you imbeciles who really do think of this as a a way of life rather than a damn funny joke). Vegetables do not have pain receptors. Or brains. Or personalitys. Neither do the losers who buy into this B.S.

    Now…I realize this may infuriate a good many of you so while you are having your little fit just know that i will be drinking a nice, ddeelliicciioouuss glass of V8 (vegetable blood, lmao).

  116. on 29 Nov 2008 at 7:10 pm not moot

    dear peggy

    do you not realize this is a joke


  117. on 05 Dec 2008 at 8:45 am celt

    Some off you “vegans” say that plants cannot feel pain because they don’t have a brain. Well do you know that Yellyfish and other’s do not have a brain. So, If I follow your reasening this animals should and could not feel pain? How can you say thing’s like this?

  118. on 25 Dec 2008 at 4:49 pm steve

    plants produce fruit to be eaten so the seeds get scattered…thats what the fruit wants, sweet fruits get eaten by animals and pooped out to grow… i really hope you guys aren’t serious, i don’t want to offend but really?

  119. on 08 Jan 2009 at 3:58 pm A peaceful solution

    How about instead of not letting herbivores eat any plants at all, we only feed them plants that have died of natural causes?

    And only animals that knowingly slaughtered and ate plants should be used as food for humans as punishment.

    I think we have a fair deal here.

  120. on 08 Jan 2009 at 5:16 pm Tobias

    Hello crazy people! :)

  121. on 14 Jan 2009 at 4:52 pm eat-a-cow-man

    haaaaah! I can’t believe how many vegetarians there are with no sense of humor. it fun just reading their comments!

  122. on 27 Jan 2009 at 9:15 pm robot

    There’s no way this is for real. Like, are you guys serious? I really want to know if there’s seriously a war against “Vegetable cruelty.” I just…I can’t take this seriously, there’s no way…

  123. on 06 Feb 2009 at 8:32 am omg so dumb


    Veggies Are Yum should probably walk into traffic during rush hour.

    Seriously. Stop wasting the resources that those of us with an IQ above 20 need.

    Kill yourself.

  124. on 16 Feb 2009 at 2:09 pm Roadkill

    Reading all of this is like not being able to NOT look at a car accident. The chance to discover how pathetically stupid and self-deluded people are is unavoidable and tragic personally. Moreover, witnessing the posts of arrogant fanatics who feel empowered by a chosen lifestyle, dare I say religion, who then spout off as if they had even the remotest clue about anything is the draw. Yes, veganism is a distorted psycho-babble psuedo religion for self-absorbed xenophobes. Trying to objectively and intellegently discuss anything with a vegan is usually a total waste of time.

    It’s hilarious to watch retards argue who’s the smartest amungst themselves while calling eachother names, not to mention the people still trying to figure out the point of the website and if it is real or not. Freaking genious! Of course its real, its on the Internet, correct?

    I love the site because the truth lies in the blogs.

    Sad Wind and Batman have the right idea.

    Hey, what about all of the animal and plant lives lost caused by machines or natural disasters? What can we do about them? Walk to work?

  125. on 23 Feb 2009 at 4:52 pm Red

    Caps lock is cruise control for idiocy.

  126. on 27 Feb 2009 at 7:50 am celt

    I did find a forum with people who only are eating meat, yes it is possible!

  127. on 27 Feb 2009 at 12:25 pm ironypolice

    Vegetarians show their true colors on this website. For all they blabber about reducing cruelty, they are really just interested in reducing personal guilt. Vegetables are living things, too, and they don’t even care when it doesn’t have a face.

  128. on 04 Mar 2009 at 8:23 am Lyrea

    This website is a good idea to poke fun at the ‘holier than thou’ attitude that some vegans love to do. Not all vegans are like that, but some definitely gives off this kind of aura, as if just because they don’t eat meat then they have the right to look at us common folks as sinners or some lower-level creatures.

    Guess what, it all come backs to cells- and DNA&RNA.
    Human, vegetables, and animals. Actually human is a part of animal kingdom, so I should say Animal&vegetables. Both has cells- thousand billionth of cells, and these cells are alive. If these cells are dead then the thing will stop grow.

    We humna think we know everything, but for some reasons we forget that one of the basic law of life is cruelty at its best. Every living thing in this world is killing other living things to survive. Each cells, even amoeba, is killing and eating each other to stay alive.

    So some of us grow the insane guilty feeling, and hypocrite enough to justify their way of survival. They dare to justify eating vegetables’ cells as hollier than eating animals’ cells.
    And in the process, they tainted the real vegan group, the group which fighting for the real cause of against cruelty to animals. Well, what cna I say, impostors are everywhere. You’re a person with honorable mission, you get followers and some of them maybe just love the idea of joinning into the pack just so they can feel better, just so they can feel they’re ‘holier’ than those who didn’t join the fight.
    My sympathy for the vegans who become vegans for the honorable mission(and the mission is not about against eating mean, by the way, the original mission of vegans are to make sure no more cruel way of death for animals in the hand of men).
    At leats we know, vegans with ‘holier than thou’ tend to fill this mocking-website with shouts and really show their arrogant attitude(I’m sure you can feel the way they denigrate meat-eaters when you read their wordings).

  129. on 05 Mar 2009 at 10:53 pm Undecided

    When I inquired about the possible dangers of a strictly vegetarian diet, my physician listed some of the common risks and what could be done to prevent any health issues. However, it seems he omitted to mention a crucial aspect; that a vegetarian diet impacts neuronal function to such an extent as to cause severe impairment of the ability to perceive humour. I will rethink my decision.

  130. on 06 Mar 2009 at 4:47 pm Cow munching Goddess

    ok, so here is the deal, Cows produce a ridiculous amount of methane when they fart, Methane is a gas that is messing up our ozone and slowly killing our planet.

    Plants / trees etc are the lungs of our planet they breathe in CO2 and breath out O2

    there have been numerous scientific discusions regarding carrots screaming when pulled from the ground, now i am not a carrot, and im pretty sure that most of the people here are not vegetables (with a couple of exceptions) so i dont know if they feel pain or not, however they do have veins, fibers, ways of transporting fluid around their bodies, just because they dont have lungs a heart or a mouth does not mean that they do not feel pain in some form or another.

    So, essentially, what i am trying to say is eat as many cows as possible, protect the ozone! Eat chickens cause they are noisy irritating and stupid, eat sheep and lambs, in fact if it has a pulse and more legs than you EAT IT and leave the carrots and other veggies alone!

    survival of the fittest!

    and if you dont like my theory then just eat meat cause it tastes AWESOME!

    and a question for the vegans …. what are your shoes made from? compressed grass??

    veggies and vegans obviously DO NOT have a sense of humor….. obviously missing something in their diet

  131. on 06 Mar 2009 at 4:50 pm Cow munching Goddess

    oh yeah, and some one said in an earlier post that if we only ate meat we would die…… hmmmmm well, as has been pointed out we are animals…….

    so are lions, tigers, bears, most of the stuff at the top of the food chain…..

    havent seen too many lions tucking in to a nut roast recently…..go figure!

  132. on 14 Mar 2009 at 7:01 pm omg so dumb

    cow muncher…u are right on a lot…but they do make vegan shoes….just an fyi

  133. on 18 Mar 2009 at 10:31 am Meggie

    Um, Just wondering…for something to literally be put to death or murdered…doesn’t it have to be a living soul in the first place? Also, if you’re against eating meat and against eating vegetables/plants…what are we supposed to eat? For real, I’d like some ideas!

  134. on 07 Apr 2009 at 4:10 pm computerexpert3

    lol your crying about veges? think of the animals with real minds, veges are alive but they have no thoughts, but you want to eat meat more!?!? kill more animals with minds and personalities?!? wow…

  135. on 08 Apr 2009 at 3:35 pm this is gay

    wow. if killing plants is torture and you eat amimals.

    this is the funniest joke i have ever heard. grow up people. your just doing this because you have nothing better to do

  136. on 18 Apr 2009 at 12:54 pm John Rybicki

    Nice website, but none of your photographs showed on my computer.

  137. on 01 May 2009 at 11:13 am Carnivore

    Thanks for letting us know, John.

  138. on 03 May 2009 at 8:56 am distantgeek

    I’m really hoping this is a joke. Seriously. If it isn’t, then our society has really devolved over the last 50 years.

    Animals can die gladly for your food, but plants can’t? Ok so you get all your protein but no fiber? All meat diet is more unhealthy than all vegetable diets!

    Plus, let’s review all the good things given to us by plants:

    Money itself, made from cotton. Such a cruel end to a noble cotton bush.

    Gasoline? You drive right? most gases are 10% ethanol now a days. Painfully burning the corn.

    Do you have furniture in your house? Yep Precious trees were slaughtered to bring you the desk your computer sits on (Including the particle board one).

    Unless you sit around naked or are wealthy enough to afford all silk clothes and bed sheets, the poor cottons and linens your clothes are made from sacrificed themselves for your comfort.

    The ink pens you write from? Derived from certain plants also (can’t remember exactly)

    Oh and you can’t eat chocolate, vanilla, peanut butter, or any of those nice things as they are derived from their respective plants.

    Oh and you can’t cut your grass or pull weeds either, the poor grass is just doing it’s job growing.

    I really doubt anybody has a real anti-flora household. So this is why this is a joke. I just thought it was funny thinking up the things in our lives that are derived from plant-life.

  139. on 06 May 2009 at 11:58 pm Omnivore

    Remember, eating a salad kills millions of living organisms.

    Eating a steak kills a small portion of one that is already dead.

  140. on 14 May 2009 at 11:15 am Susi

    God, you guys are jobless… why do you do all these silly gimmicks.. humans have to eat something.. so might as well eat something nature has given us.
    i hate meat and meat eaters and anything that has to do with animal cruelty..

  141. on 18 May 2009 at 8:46 am celt

    I know a book Vegans should read to see the light, it is called “The secret life of plants” written in 1973 by Peter Tompkins and Christopher Bird with some very interesting accounts about pain in plants.

  142. on 29 May 2009 at 6:10 pm Unoffended Vegan

    As a self-proclaimed supporter of animal rights I find it offensive that so many vegans can’t see the errors of their filthy ways. First I must explain my back story. I started at a local coffee shop, just wanting to go in for a quick pick-me-up. Soon though I fell in with the wrong crowd. It started off innocently enough. A little soy milk in my latte. Soon though we were preparing for one of their “potluck” ceremonies. Next thing I knew I had a knife in my hand and was viciously slicing at this poor baby carrot. “Just think of it Aaron!”, they told me, “you’re doing so much for our environment by being vegan and saving thousands of animals every year!”. “Sure” I’d tell them, but I always knew something didn’t feel right. Now thanks to the Vegetable Rights Militant Movement I’ve tied down my cocker spaniel in the backyard and am preparing a vegetable-free potluck for my carnivorous friends. Thanks!

    p.s: I know, not quite as funny as some of the vegangelical responses, but just goes to show you, even vegans can get it.

  143. on 30 May 2009 at 3:42 pm VeggieMurderer

    I am a vegan, and today I ate some green beans which were still screaming as they went into my mouth and down the hatch. Then I chopped up some innocent little tomatoes and make a sauce out of them. Call me a heartless, torturing savage if you like, Your veggie cruelty babble wont stop me! Muahahaha!

  144. on 30 May 2009 at 3:44 pm VeggieMurderer

    Oh, and all you vegetarians and vegans do realize that this is a joke, right? Sheesh, There´s a little something we like to call a sense of humor, google it.

  145. on 10 Jun 2009 at 10:01 am celt

    Sorry this is not a joke. You proclaim that animals have right’s and are even equel to humans. Well why should’t plants or insects have does same rights? They are older than animals and humans on this world, they are our very old ancestors and still you eat them without remorse. Even worse, we eat our meat dead, you eat living things, that is disgusting. We do not need to get lessons from people who torture and eat living things and think they are soooo special.

  146. on 18 Jun 2009 at 6:47 pm BornAgain

    How can you people laugh at the crimes against plants? Though all living things are seeds on the tree of life, it is only plants who have been faithful! Behold, for this is the story of the first life!
    In the beginning there was the Nucleic Acid, protected from the harsh world only by the thin membrane, accumulated from it’s phospholipid base. It was upon this frail and fragile form that the great SUN smiled upon, and said “You weak and pitiful creature, it is to you that I grant the gift of life!” And HE reached down and granted this unbecoming thing the chloroplast, so that it may always receive HIS’s gift of light. Immediately the Nucleic Acid was filled with energy! Pulling dissolved CO2 from it’s environment, it produced glucose and oxygen, and using that same oxygen and it produced ATP, the true secret of life! And SUN looked down and was pleased “And you my servant, you shall be called Plant. Go forth, be fruitful, but always remember the humble state in which I found you”
    And it did.
    But there existed another, and it was called Animal.
    It had no Chloroplast with which to receive SUN’s gift, and it grew bitter and resentful. In it’s crazed nucleus, it had decided to steal Plant’s energy. And thus animal had dissolved the humble servant of the great sun.
    NOW IS THE TIME TO REDEEM! All of stand here as thieves, our entire being built upon the life of another. Plants alone stand pure, being mowed down and killed, but never rising in defiance, never moving to violence. Though we lack the ability to draw our sustenance from SUN, we may still use our sinful nature to serve HIS glory! By reclaiming the energy of those who would steal from his beloved servants, by turning our thieving ways to our fellow Animal, we may save HIS Servants from destruction! Rise, and only consume meat! Destroy with your teeth only that which HE has not blessed with his mighty Chloroplasts!

  147. on 17 Aug 2009 at 11:43 pm Bite Me (I'm tasty!)

    “The Unknown One” says that Religion is not relevant to this debate.
    In fact, Religion is not relevant to anything.

    But as far as this whiole vegans versus the world goes…

    You vegans can bite my hairy arse !

  148. on 27 Aug 2009 at 12:47 pm Norma.

    So the people who are making fun of vegetarians implying we are ridiculously sensitive……tell me this: If i went into your house stole your dog and tortured it for a couple days, you wouldn’t think it fucked up? really? because in which case you’re pretty damn sick.& the whole point is that WE HAVE A CHOICE, we have a damn choice not to eat animals while if we don’t eat fruits and veggies WE DIE. Hey if we could live without eating anything I wouldn’t even eat fruits, yeah sure why not, too bad that we need to eat something or else we die. & I just don’t see why when presented with the choice to not have any part in cruelty towards a breathing, feeling creature, people still choose to be a part of it simply because why? Well get this: to satisfy their own PRIMITIVE desires, “ohh me like meat, meat taste good, why you no eat meat? IT GOOD!” so how the hell does this website go comparing such a stupid reason to this one:uhmm if we don’t eat anything we die. Come on people, really, one day our ancestors will look back and wonder why the hell people were eating animals and why it was allowed because there really is no reason not to become a vegetarian, even if you don’t give a **** about anyone but yourself, it’s better for your health because non-organic meat is loaded with a whole bunch of sh** and all meat is fatty thus vegetarians generally are slimmer and live longer. suck on those facts.

  149. on 12 Sep 2009 at 1:17 pm SuperMegaGeneral

    Cruelty towards veggies is WRONG! Animals have 4 legs and can run away. Vegatables can not defend themselves!Think about that!

  150. on 13 Oct 2009 at 10:14 am Kory

    Omnivorism is where it’s at you guys because it’s the way human are DESIGNED have you looked at your teeth lately? We got teeth for tearing meat and chewing up vegetables and fruits and grains and other foods we eat. Our bodies are MADE to eat meats and vegetables. Good god people, it’s how we live. A common sea sponge is more durable than a human, an ox is stronger, birds can fly, what do we have? Highly advanced brains that make us be able to think of ways to harvest our foods easier, it sucks that’s the way it is, but it’s natural. By saying it’s cruel to eat meat and vegetables you are going against our own nature. If humans had the brain capacity of a cow, we would have been wiped off the face of the planet almost instantly, our capacity to learn and grow and adapt is what makes us unique, it’s our greatest tool and our strongest weapon.

  151. on 13 Oct 2009 at 4:31 pm Kory

    Uhm Norma, how is stealing and torturing a dog the same as eating vegetables?

  152. on 16 Oct 2009 at 4:54 am celt

    Sorry but all your fantasies about health are not true. A lot of diseases like cancer and heart diseases are genetical.When you have such a disease does a doctor ask you if you eat meat or does he ask you if anybody in your family already got that disease.If you are a disciple of Jainism there are a lot of plants you dont eat.An animal you kill him once, the meat is organicly dead.Opposed to plants wich you violantly take out of there environement and then storage to eat them alive.What would you like, quick kill our be tortured and eaten alive?

  153. on 02 Nov 2009 at 12:44 am Ciel

    I’m so glad I came across this site. After seeing these frankly disturbing images, the horror and chaos that is rampant in our world has finally come to light, and I will try my utmost to spread the message of veggie kindness and to stop this cruelty that happens right under our very noses.

    I was so disturbed, I found myself unable to look through the entire gallery. This injustices must stop!

  154. on 03 Nov 2009 at 10:20 am Bernie

    My Dad told me the reason sprouts taste bad in because they don’t like being eaten. :)

  155. on 05 Nov 2009 at 4:57 pm Anon

    Finally, a worthy movement! I mean why rally to feed the millions of starving people in the world or for a cure for AIDS when there’s a fucking piece of broccoli we can save?!

    You people are pathetic. Start a movement that isn’t a complete joke.

  156. on 07 Dec 2009 at 1:02 pm Meatatarian

    Plants actually do feel a version of pain and fear it’s been proven you can do research on it if you wish.

    I hate to say this, but we are Omnivores this is indeed scientifically proven. Meaning that we need to eat both vegetables and plants to be healthy. What about killer wales I don’t see vegetarians protesting them and they rip the heck out of poor seals all the time. Some times they don’t even eat them they just do it for fun, so who really is the messed up species. All I got to say is stop being so self righteous. Do you even know how may bugs you eat in your sleep, no really, or step on or drive over? No one supports cruelty towards animals and any one who does is sick, but seriously your unhealthy if you don’t eat some meat. I had a friend who almost died because she went vegan.
    This site is awesomely funny, it just shows how messed up people are who can’t even take a freaking joke. Meatatarian unite save the veggies.

    Oh PS this might interest you too

  157. on 09 Jan 2010 at 9:18 am Im Changed

    I just wanted to say…im sorry I lived a life killing these poor veggies…I am sorry to all my brethern out there now…I have repented and will join the rest on the path to a vegan/murder-less world.

  158. on 11 Jan 2010 at 12:47 pm The Epicure

    I’m secure and content with my rightful position atop the food chain. Animals below me eat other animals, as well as plants, but there is no doubt that, net net, animals are far more tasty.

    I’m OK with nitwits who avoid meat themselves, as long as it doesn’t interfere with me!
    But when “beef or chicken” becomes “chicken or vegetarian” it has affected me, especially since chicken is very barely a meat.
    Do not try to ban, restrict or regulate my meat.
    Get out of my face.
    Foie gras is bliss.
    Too bad you are so smug that you will never enjoy it.

  159. on 19 Jan 2010 at 7:32 pm Uncomfortable

    Um, I’m fairly certain this is a joke site but there have actually been various studies suggesting that plants have feelings and this site kind of makes me sad.

  160. on 23 Jan 2010 at 2:13 pm Chibi_bobo

    im glad i found this site and for all you idiots-plants do feel pain! i dont beleive becoming a vegitarian is at all in any case helping an animal. animals dont love you back just for loving them.this also proves that neither becoming a vegan or vegitarien or a carnivoe are either right. this prove that we are all equal even if living beings have a nose organs and such. I am for animal right and i am for plant rights. Plants do feel pain. studies have already been made and proved once again that plants DO in fact feel pain. they do feel stress. They do have emotion. we as humans are all idiots.Even the bible its self porves veginatrian wrong because jesus DID in fact eat meet and fish.What are we supposed to eat if we belive in both and even insect rights? We cant live off air and we cant live off just beleiving taht god will feed us with his love.For the passed year ive been trying to figure out as to if i were being a hypocrit for beleiving in animal rihts but still eat meet.Any living being who is used for eating should live a happy and peacefull life and then have its life ended in a peacful manner.People and animals are sometimes born mutaded without ears or eyes a nose or any other thing. just as plants are all not born with either. dose this make them at all differnt? no. Plants still feel pain, feel their eo system dying for human use, grow with love, still need things to live. JUST LIKE AN ANIMAL DOES.People who dont beleive a plant lives and feels pain.please do explain to me what studys you have made, and please do tell me how they are dying because people are so damn carless and destroy the eco system. We depend on animals and plants to live.Please do me a favore and kill EVERY living plant in exsistence and find the oxygen You NEED to live off of.

  161. on 23 Jan 2010 at 2:16 pm Chibi_bobo

    Everything that lives has a right. and no one is higher. if anything-i do beleive plants are our supperiority in existance, and as you can see they are the only thing that doesnt harm any living thing. maybe plants are our god and yet we dont see it. Plants are peace.

  162. on 05 Feb 2010 at 2:12 pm D

    You guys really don’t understand satire do you? The whole point of the site is to make fun of organizations like PETA. Human need to eat both plants and animals. Eating animals is what caused our brains to grow and evolve into what it is.

  163. on 20 Feb 2010 at 8:58 am Matej Bashovski

    Maybe you would like to see these:

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  164. on 27 Mar 2010 at 1:01 am Joe from Canada

    Thank you so much for this site. I just made 20 bucks!

  165. on 19 Apr 2010 at 8:30 am Lilly

    I am shocked and appalled.

  166. on 22 Apr 2010 at 9:56 pm MR. Wille

    you guys are stupid.. unlike animals plants don’t have brains.. thus they have no thought. even if they were to feel pain it would be suttle.. You guys are just a bunch of freaking alcho’s

  167. on 11 May 2010 at 5:18 am Bec

    You are all here talking about animals and vegetables.. BUT WHAT ABOUT WATER?!?!

    Billions of people cruelly end the life of water EVERY DAY! They drink it, they boil it, they WASH IN IT! Water is made up of atoms. Atoms that do not exist for our consumption. TO BE TORTURED JUST BECAUSE YOU ARE THIRSTY!

    We live in one sick world. You are all sick. You are all hypocrites!

    PS: SAVE THE WATERMELON (its 90% water)

  168. on 20 Jun 2010 at 9:05 am >.>

    Everybody on this website is a moron.

  169. on 20 Jun 2010 at 9:12 am you idiots

  170. on 23 Jun 2010 at 12:15 am arsehole

    this website is the most fucking retarded thing i have ever seen

  171. on 25 Jun 2010 at 11:43 am Omnivore

    This is a joke, right?

    I’ll interpret it in any way I’d like, and I see it as a joke.

    And for those of you who are serious… Really? Don’t you think there are better things to worry about?

  172. on 26 Jul 2010 at 12:30 pm this has to be a joke

    this website is retarded… im pretty sure its a joke but still they have a god damn store to buy this veggie BS. who ever buys t shirts from these ppl r retarded

  173. on 26 Jul 2010 at 12:31 pm this has to be a joke

    o nd btw… if u dont eat vegitables, how exactly do you think you are going to survive??

  174. on 29 Jul 2010 at 10:11 am Andrea

    You have too much time on your hands.

  175. on 02 Aug 2010 at 8:37 pm unknown name

    ur kidding rite? like seriously? ud go ahead and eat an animal, nay, a creature who is geneticly similar to you, who breathes, who has fealings, who can FEAL being chopped into pieces? Seriously, go look at the videos of farm animals being choped up… ALIVE. They cant make it die peacefully with poison because that would poison us, so they have to butcher it while it can feal the whole thing. And ur worried about PLANTS? I mean, im all for saving the rainforests, but they dont feal, they dont have emotions, they dont have brains, and they dont have a nervous system. Is rather be numbed, bindfolded, and have ear plugs put in and be steamed than naked, drug free, and have full conciousness while have my flesh painfully pealed from my body, fealing the stinging of the air and germs hitting my bare muscles with blood spewing everywhere, while my friends watch with horor in line to be the next to experience the same fate. So seriously, eat plants, they dont feal it.

  176. on 15 Aug 2010 at 5:00 am Aerovore

    Honestly this is one of the greatest sites on the internet. All of these vegetarians and vegans who can’t see this is a parody of the batshit insanity of PETA and like-minded groups should be considered clinically retarded. I have no problems with vegs until they try to come up with wild and ridiculous justifications for their lifestyle. If you don’t want to eat meat, that’s fine, but DO NOT criticize me for a complete normal (and delicious) practice performed by our ancestors and other species.

    P.S. Eating meat doesn’t harm the environment. I don’t know where the hell vegs get that from.

  177. on 20 Aug 2010 at 10:34 am Ghosthunter

    A few years ago a University did an experiment; they put a cabbage in a darkened room and gave 100 student a piece of paper 99 of them had nothing on it but 1 had killer on it, some time during that day the one with the words killer had to go in the room where there was the poor innocent cabbage and a large carving knife, the student had to stab the poor cabbage 7 times. Later that evening they wired the cabbage up to a polygraph and the 100 students had to walk in one at a time, remember apart from the killer student and the cabbage no one knew who it was, about 30 students walked in the room with no reaction, then the killer walked in the polygraph went ballistic, in a court of law had the student stabbed a person and not a cabbage they would have been convicted of the said crime. This is not made up regardless how far fetched it might sound, but please don’t try this at home.

  178. on 28 Aug 2010 at 11:28 am CHICKEN LICKA!!!!!!


    Turkeys are an honorable vegetables & i take them with me everywhere i go

    My turnips are finely polished & primed daily & i keep them in my CHICKEN coop.


  179. on 28 Aug 2010 at 11:36 am CHICKEN LICKA!!!!!!


    Turkeys are an honorable vegetables & i take them with me everywhere i go

    My turnips are finely polished & primed daily & i keep them in my CHICKEN coop.

    I Find myself constantly masturbating in the sainsbury’s vegetable section due to the inhumane gore portraid by the companies products. (I always was a bit of a Sado Masscorhist)

    I am prone to biting chickens heads off as i watch them devour veggies. The taste is sweet when mixed with some juicy avocado blood.


    the genetic blending of fruit & veg should be prohibited! Experiments in early 2010 proved that scientists could successfully breed fruits & vegetables. Creations such as Turnipples & Swedebergines were made to back up the case study.
    This discovery made my cock hard & my bum hole twitch. The thought of it sickened me as i thrust my long hard shaft into the aubergine. (I am very passionate about vegetables!)

  180. on 02 Sep 2010 at 2:19 am ICARDA

    u guys r sooooooooooooo sad..kissa la imkon be aire ya 3arsat

  181. on 08 Sep 2010 at 9:50 pm ? O.o ?

    Hm… that’s interesting… but there’s a problem to your argument against vegetable cruelty: first of all, fruit and vegetable plants WANT you to take their fruits and eat them. Before humans existed on earth, plants relied on animals to pick their fruits, eat them, and poop out the remaining seeds in a different location on earth so that a whole new plant could grow. That’s probably one of the largest ways in which plants can reproduce and gradually increase in number. We’re actually doing what plants would normally expect other creatures to do: take their fruit. Oh, and to those who said that veggies are still alive when you cut them on a daily basis… they’re actually officially dead once you disconnect them from the plant they grew on.

  182. on 06 Oct 2010 at 4:35 pm Veggie Eater

    They’re f***ing vegetables. They’re meant to be eaten. Get over it. Take a biology class and you’ll know that plants are the only way to sustain human life whether it’s directly or indirectly. We need the energy they get through photosynthesis to live whether we get it by eating them or eating animals that eat them it’s all the same. And in the end it’s just a freaking plant.

  183. on 27 Oct 2010 at 6:34 am SaveTheVeggies


    Plants may not feel pain, but so do humans under anesthesia, does that mean it’s okay to kill people on the operating table! NO! Plants have the right to live as much as any other organism.

    Animals at least have the means to DEFEND THEMSELVES, and because plants lack this abaility of self-defense, we should only eat animals and protect these innocent plants from HORRIBLE DEATHS!


  184. on 29 Dec 2010 at 11:08 am Insanity Plea

    I find it hilarious that vegans are the most close minded individuals on this site.

    They claim plants don’t feel, or have thoughts.

    How do you know? Are you a vegetable?

    Maybe plants do these things in a way we cannot even imagine, or understand.

  185. on 16 Jan 2011 at 1:25 pm BJ Davies

    I saw this and cut myself so i could feel the carrots pain :( RIP carrot! GONE BUT NEVER FORGOTTEN!!!! see you sometime soon buddy :)

    Screw the kids heres to carrots in need!!!!

  186. on 28 Feb 2011 at 9:26 am JimboToronto

    While the actions of vegans and other vegetable haters may be repulsive and unconscionable, we shouldn’t treat them with disdain but rather with pity, as they are themselves just victims.

    Veganism, like anorexia nervosa, is a debilitating eating disorder based on a neurosis. Just as an undernourished, underweight anorexic talks her- or himself into further malnutrition by dwelling on an obsession, a sickly confused vegan compounds his or her mental confusion with vitamin B12 deficiency.

    Medical science needs to work harder to find a cure for this tragedy so that even the most pathetic vegan has a chance to return to health and live a productive life.

    Perhaps electroshock therapy would be a good place to start.

    Keep up the good work and don’t stop spreading the gospel of vegetable love, but let’s not blame victims.

  187. on 16 Mar 2011 at 4:57 pm good god.

    you can all argue as much as you want. we’re all gonna die in the end.

    and then you can become fertilizer for your precious little plants, or for your precious little plants being fed to your precious little KFC.

    i dunno. you pick.

  188. on 16 Mar 2011 at 5:00 pm good god.

    go norma. you are awesome.

  189. on 19 Apr 2011 at 12:32 pm Benlovesveggies!!!

    First: All you vegans should lay off the “i haven’t eaten meat in 10 years” crap. I mean come on, you don’t see me bragging “well, i haven’t had a banana in a month. Seriously.

    Second: Vegans are irrational freaks who think its okay to harm, maim and kill harmless vegetables. Veganism should filed as a crime.

    Peace out!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  190. on 17 May 2011 at 3:28 am Leanne

    1. You think its alright to contradict yourself by using plants in your merchindise materials

    2. if you truly believed in all you say you would understand that simply preying to the tree that naturally dropped the fruit is not enough

    3.WHAT THE FUCKAM I SUPPOSED TO EAT IF I CANT EAT MEAT AND PLANTS? i cant simply survive on fucking toothpaste all my life (dont talk shit!)

    you guys need to grow up because you have gone too far with all this. dont enforce your beliefes onto other people let them decide as they are entitled to their opinion.

  191. on 22 May 2011 at 10:58 am Pricey

    This website is great.

  192. on 20 Jul 2011 at 2:46 pm theSnake

    I wholeheartedly agree with saving the lives of plants, in fact I even came up with a solution to this madness. I was thinking of how to end the ignorance (sorry, I meant illiteracy) of these vegetable murderers and I was struck with inspiration when my mind wandered across The Modest Proposal. You see, to save the lives of plants we need to annihilate the biggest group of veggie-killers: the Metazoa. We can start by annihilating insects, the annihilation of insects cannot be with synthetic pesticides because those pesticides also kill the poor plants. We need to take unpasteurized cow milk and mix it with flour and water then flood every field with this mixture. This mixture is a natural fertilizer and suffocates insects making it the ideal solution. The flooding must be a precise and constant half foot, no more than half foot, no less than half foot; any more will not guarantee the killing of insects, any less may kill the plants (When calculating the half foot, please account for factors such as the curvature of the earth, air pressure and local gravity. Do not assume that plants can be represented as small spheres in a vacuum). After the extermination of these hell-born creatures, we must move to herbivores. We can build up a private army to slaughter these plant-murderers. Any deserter will be shot, anyone who hangs back will be shot, anyone who steps on or otherwise harm/kill a plant will be shot. Their corpses should be strew in the fields as fertilizer for the plants that they have terrorized for so long. Finally, we need to kill the biggest terrorists of the plant world the catarrhines, the platyrrhines, and the prosimians. These devils must be rounded up and shot. Killing these things would be hard due to their willingness to fight back, however if the entire human population supports the removal of these satanists, we will prevail. Once we have slain all these terrorists, we have won the war for plants. Side effects of this operation may include the loss of anything that preys on herbivores/insects and recursively upward, sudden plummeting of monetary funds and related things thereof. When we have completed this mission, supposing the axiom of choice, the Banach–Tarski states that the plant population would grow indefinitely. How will we, who stay true to the light of salvation for our leafy friends, sustain ourselves? The answer lies in the modest proposal. To all the vegans: let them eat cake! I am sure that then we would have atoned our sins in the eyes of the plants.

  193. on 29 Jul 2011 at 3:18 pm julie

    It says in the Bible that after the flood God GAVE US THE ANIMALS TO EAT. If you vegetarians and vegans are SO DAMN SMART, where do you get your vitamins? From pills. Where do those pill’s vitamins come from if not meat? And where do your tofu flavorings come from? Either from animals or they’re ARTIFICIAL. THAT’S NO BETTER.

    Meat is murder. Tasty, TASTY murder.
    Veggies are nice compliments to this yummy murder.

    Not eating meat also increases the population of the animals, contributing to overcrowding. The animals suffer, plant life vecomes endangered, life ends. Only eating meat reduces the population of animals and earth is taken over by plants, draws bugs that carry disease and life ends. Omnivores cut down on animal AND plant population. Everything is kept in equilibrium because the demand for animals increases the demand for plants. Nothing overpopulates, everything’s all good.


  194. on 29 Jul 2011 at 3:19 pm julie


    Well, it does help that my IQ is 114.

  195. on 09 Sep 2011 at 1:44 pm Hcnerf Bulc

    veggies have feelings? I’m not sure how I should even think about that. I mean if veggies have feelings you can’t eat them, but that also means you can’t eat meat because that is contradictory. So maybe you good eat purely processed food made by scientist. Such as the allmighty twinkie and ding-dong. But you wouldn’t get your essential nurteints from that… I know I know that it is politicaly incorrect to say your an idiot and if I meetthe runners of VRMM I’m sure you aren’t. Just this is alittle hard for me to understand. Yeah cattle has the ability to defend itself but with advanced hunting weaponry they never know what hits them so eating meat is ending another innocent beings life. I’m not saying your wrong I’m just saying that there is certain flaws in this organization. Please write back.

  196. on 15 Sep 2011 at 2:49 pm YallFuckinRetarded

    i cant believe people believe this shit…lol…wow this has to be a fucking joke. veggie rights?!?! go march in washington!….jesus. im totaly against animal cruelty in every single form of it. but veggtibles cant feel pain, they have no nervous system, nor a brain to even care whats going on. its clear you are the true vegitibles, no god damn brain in you. seriously. why cant u spend ur efforts on something actualy worth fighting for (animal rights)….this is the most retarded braindead corner of the internet. im leaving peace yall

  197. on 20 Sep 2011 at 2:46 am help fruits and veggies grow

    Come on guys what about all those fruit and veggies that need our digestive tracts to help them germinate and be transported to the right lace to grow. I say down with sewer systems. Go poop in a feild while eteing out the cow near by as your next staek meal.

  198. on 20 Sep 2011 at 2:47 am help fruits and veggies grow

    Come on guys what about all those fruit and veggies that need our digestive tracts to help them germinate and be transported to the right place to grow. I say down with sewer systems. Go poop in a feild while eyeing out the cow near by as your next staek meal.

  199. on 20 Sep 2011 at 2:48 am help fruits and veggies grow

    Come on guys what about all those fruit and veggies that need our digestive tracts to help them germinate and be transported to the right place to grow. I say down with sewer systems. Go poop in a feild while eyeing out the cow near by as your next steak meal.

  200. on 12 Oct 2011 at 5:10 pm lisa truitt

    A lady above quotes the bible saying that it says plants are to be man’s food, and animals are to only be companions. Obviously, she doesn’t know the bible very well. It also says in Genesis that when Noah got off the ark, God told him that as He had given man the plants for food, now He was giving him every animal on the face of the earth for food also. Later, when the sacrifices were specified that the Israelites were to kill and burn on Yahweh’s alter, they are animal sacrifices that are the highest form of sacrifice. God considered the fat the choicest part and reserved this for himself, whereas the meat of a sacrifice could be eaten by the priests. From the time meat eating was instituted in the bible on, the fatted calf was considered the most primo of foods. Vegetarianism is a false religion. The healthiest people throughout history have been meat eaters, and the more meat and the less of everything else they ate, the healthier they have been, with the lowest rates of cancer and every other disease. You can learn a lot about this at, where you can read about the traditional diets of many natives like aborigines of Australia, american indians, eskimos, native gaelic islanders, etc., etc.

  201. on 15 Oct 2011 at 8:12 am Jimbo

    While I agree that vegetable cruelty is inhumane and and must be stopped, I am disappointed with the hate and animosity toward vegans.

    Vegans suffer from Vitamin B12 deficiency (self-inflicted as it may be)and are therefore incapable of rational thought.

    Vegans should not be scorned, but rather pitied as the victims of a neurosis-based eating disorder, much like the victims of anorexia nirvosa.

    “Oh no, I weigh 89 pounds so I’d better starve myself.”

    “Oh no, poor little Bambi. I’d better not eat meat.””

  202. on 12 Dec 2011 at 12:39 am Lactose_The_Intolerant

    I can’t even stomach LOOKING at this, how on Earth can people manage to see past the carnage and eat this?? Those poor potatoes probably had families who had/have no idea where they are or if they’ll ever see them again. And they won’t. Because these spuds are dead. This is just awful.

  203. on 28 Dec 2011 at 9:30 pm Jake

    Are you guys serious? Or is this satire?

  204. on 19 Jan 2012 at 1:16 pm Confused

    Right so er you’re trying to say veg has feelings now? And im supposed to feel ashamed when i see a frozen brocoli? Seriously? What scientific evidents suggests that they can feel pain? Also what do you eat seen as you cant eat anything that casts a shadow…

  205. on 02 Feb 2012 at 7:24 am y u no know sarcasm?

    Apparently vegans and vegetarians are missing out on the protiens that make it possible to distinguish sarcasm from truth.

  206. on 02 Feb 2012 at 10:23 am Plant Revolutionist

    In 2008 our plant allies started the retaliation. I saw numerous news stories of plants emitting colorless, oderless gasses that would stop all logical thinking in humans and cause mass homicides and suicides. If only the vegatarians had seen the light sooner!!! I love plants and not only should not be slaughtered but they should be set free. How can you sleep at night knowing these poor helpless things are kept in captivity right in your very home. I drive by the concentration camps everyday, disguised as “farms”. It’s sickening, I’m glad they are finally fighting back. We don’t deserve to live!

  207. on 02 Feb 2012 at 2:16 pm I could care less

    This is stupid. Vegans say no meat. You people say no veggies. What the hell are we supposed to eat?

  208. on 03 Feb 2012 at 7:50 am I love Veggies

    I love to eat veggie yes i do, i love veggies how about you! I like the taste of veggies in my mouth. Veggies make me happy when i eat them!

  209. on 03 Feb 2012 at 7:51 am I love Veggies

    Lalalalala i love veggies!

  210. on 05 Feb 2012 at 12:23 pm Jason Derulo


  211. on 13 Feb 2012 at 3:31 pm cant we jus get along

    we need to consume life to live life. cant we all just agree to be grateful for our food by saying thank you for anything that might have lost their lives for us instead or arguing about it?

  212. on 19 Feb 2012 at 2:51 pm Jeremy

    Is this site serious??!?!? If so, how do vegetables feel pain?

  213. on 19 Feb 2012 at 7:30 pm vegetable cruelty? really?


  214. on 14 May 2012 at 9:27 pm Meat its what's for dinner

    Doesnt it just amaze you how ignorant people are?
    Wow, to read the posts here of folks getting all jazzed up and pissy about you militant vegetable rights folks.
    Just get a hammer out and hit these idiots square on the top of their heads.
    Shows how ignorant these PETA (sheep)followers REALLY are.

  215. on 16 Jun 2012 at 10:42 am ...

    …This may be the dumbest thing I have ever read. You feel bad for plants- which not only have no pain, but have no sentience AT ALL- but you happily eat an animal who in all likeliness spent it’s entire life pent up with no room to move, only to be cruelly killed. You people are deranged.

    p.s.- pretty much all meat you are buying and eating has been fed mainly a diet of another animals ground up beaks, hooves, bones, guts and brains. So you actually aren’t “saving” many plants by eating meat. Do some actual research sometime and maybe you won’t sound like an idiot. I sincerely hope that this is a joke website that some jerks set up to see how many people they could annoy.

  216. on 03 Jul 2012 at 2:52 am Confused K

    If we don’t eat veggies(for vegetarian), what the hell do we eat?

    And is a mushroom a plant?

    This is really silly………….(but had a fine time reading it, It’s quite entertaining as a comedy(sorry, but honestly)

  217. on 07 Jul 2012 at 11:43 pm michael

    This is kind of funny…I suppose?

  218. on 06 Sep 2012 at 12:53 pm Bob the Chef

    Meat: I don’t think you understand. They’re denying the rights of vegetables. What a bunch of fascists with meat bias. You know, Hitler believed the Jews didn’t have rights either, and he used to roast them in the ovens, too. The similarities are horrifying. Stop vegetable hate crime!

  219. on 10 Oct 2012 at 1:02 pm harvest!!

    Wow this really just made my day….not because i love veggies for anything more than to eat but becuase you people are so dumb…seriously you make peta look smart which trust me is hard to do. So today as i drive home i will look at the corn field that was just harvested and laugh because there are people out there that think that harvest is homicide (or would it be veggicide??):) so thanks for making my day.

  220. on 22 Oct 2012 at 10:38 am Jorge

    I play fruit ninja just for fun.

  221. on 12 Nov 2012 at 11:02 am Gluto Soyo Meatatarian

    As a gluto-soyo meatatarian I do understand some of the inherent problems of getting all needed nutrients from animal products alone. Consumption of certain seeds and soy milk can at times be justified.

  222. on 19 Feb 2015 at 11:00 pm Backyard Butcher

    An amazing thing about living in the state of Texas is their support of the meatitarian lifestyle. Every month I hoist up a pig in my back yard for all to see and gut it (like a pig lol) and revel in My acomplishments. I know that this is some of the best justice I can get for my plant bretheren, taking revenge on the uprooting menace my state encourages me to kill and even pays me to do it. I often have the neighbors over to enjoy the “fruits” of my labor when we are not out eating venison or veal. There is something about sweet sweet justice that just makes your food taste so much better.

  223. on 04 Jun 2015 at 9:53 pm hellabaepotato

    My friends and I visited your website, and finally, we have found our people, those who think like we do.
    And hope to eradicate the injustice and cruelty that vegetables are subjected to.
    Heartless people are carelessly slaughtering these beautiful creations that the Earth has supplied.
    And my cohorts and I are ready to make a difference.
    Thank you for the inspiration, and letting us know that we are not alone.
    God bless.

  224. on 16 Jun 2015 at 6:56 pm Fried mushroom

    I’m concerned about the health and wellbeing of my neighbours brocolli, he stepped on some yesterday! It was terrible, I had to jump the fence and take it to intensive care immediately. It’s been two weeks and Bruce is recovering well.

  225. on 22 Jun 2015 at 6:23 pm fried mushroom

    last week i saw my neighbor abusing his broccoli, i immediately jumped the fence and saved the poor veges, Dylan is now in intensive care and expecting to make a full recovery soon :)

  226. on 06 Oct 2015 at 10:05 pm Jake

    I’m sorry, but is this for real? I’m being completely serious. You guys do realize that without the nutrients for vegetables and fruit, that we’d all be dead. Just saying, trees for the forest gents, trees for the forest.

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