Please give a source to them lacking pain consciousness. That's a pretty controversial claim so can you back it up?Originally Posted by kpickell
Word. When I was a vegan, back in the day, I ate insects (cochineal/carmine) because as you said they have no pain consciousness, so who cares that they're in kingdom animalia...so are sponges and oysters.
try ethical vegans mocking pretend vegans.Originally Posted by kpickell
ETA: I gather this thread is just a chance for dogmatic vegans to mock ethical vegans. ?
yeah, its ok, cos they're really small, so you can kind of squint a bit, and then you can't see them properly, so you can pretend they're not really there. like with gelatine in marshmallows- you can't actually see horns and a tail, so its not reaaaalllly cow in there.is it vegan to ...eat things... that have...little bugs... on them?
It's people. Jeezycreezy cakes are made out of people. They're making our food out of people. Next thing they'll be breeding TJ like cattle for food. You've gotta tell them. You've gotta tell them!
whatnow? *looks scared* whats a jeezycreezycake? so do they clone the TJ to make 'em, or just saw bits off? i thought they might be made out of jeezycreezy-products for a minute or two, and i was really worried then.It's people. Jeezycreezy cakes are made out of people. They're making our food out of people. Next thing they'll be breeding TJ like cattle for food. You've gotta tell them. You've gotta tell them!
What thread do you think you're in? This one's about bugs honey.Originally Posted by purrpelle
have any of you ever visited a apiary? (not a commercial one, mind you)
I will continue to eat non-commercially raised honey and still consider myself vegan. no "society" will tell me how to define my lifestyle.