عابدي اللحمة (The worshipers of meat)

English follows:

قال بقرفو من الصراصير وبموتو برب القريدس .
زي كيف بالهند بعبدو البقرة، احنا منحب الكلاب. وبالصين بوكلو الكلاب.قبل متحكمو، حاسبو حالكو قبل. شعب موجهن.

واللي برجع بقول عن حالو نباتي وبوكل سمك بدي اصفقو كف.

 

They’re disgusted by cockroaches, but adore shrimps.

Like in India they worships cows, we love dogs. But in China they do eat dogs. Don’t judge others based on their traditions. That’s hypocritical.

And, if I hear someone say they’re vegetarian and still eat fish, I’m going to smack them in the face.

 

Thank you 🙂

4 thoughts on “عابدي اللحمة (The worshipers of meat)

  1. Smiling. I have not eaten meat for more years than your lifetime. But I do eat fish. In fact, I adore all seafood. But I never, ever call myself a vegetarian. I don’t eat meat because, after years of eating anything with a pulse, I suddenly no longer wanted to eat animals. It was a peculiar and abrupt change, and I still do not fully understand the reasons. Or why fish were excluded (poor fish). Yet I have no problem with anyone else eating meat – all my family do. Though I think the future of the planet will rely on everyone (fish eaters included) changing their diet to primarily vegetarian and insect.

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    1. I wrote this post manily because i was provoked by many people who surround me and find difficulties accepting the fact that I don’t want to eat meat and I really am trying to be vegan. I wrote this status mainly because when I tell people I’m vegeterian they bring me fish, while I can’t eat fish, and that is extremely annoying, so I tell them I’m allergic (which I think that I could be). I never had a problem with people eating animals, but juat the way they judge me for not eating any living creature with a face, I started judging them for a habit I stopped believeing in. Ans basically I became very much against the meat consuimg industry, where everything stopped being normal and a human need, and became unhealthy and industrialized.

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