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Want To Be Sensitive To Friends Ethics? Vegan Friendly Sayings To Try

by | December 5, 2018

We’ve all been there, the incessant ‘friend’ who replies bacon to everything, or the one who is certainly trying to not offend, but asks what your problem is with fish anyway. If you’re trying to be a good friend, and also avoid the awkward silence that looms around the room after you utter a seemingly normal phrase. Try these vegan friendly sayings instead the next time everyone meets up.    

Vegan Friendly Sayings 

According to PETA, “The words that we use have the power to influence those around us. Unfortunately, many of us grew up hearing common phrases that perpetuate violence toward animals, such as ‘kill two birds with one stone’, ‘beat a dead horse’, and ‘bring home the bacon” 

So they have put together some incredibly helpful charts to use phrases differently, and not offend your favorite vegan! 

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Did you know any vegan friendly sayings that we missed? Let us know in the comments! 

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Julie Nealon

Associate Editor, USA | Contactable via Julie@raisevegan.com

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One Response to “Want To Be Sensitive To Friends Ethics? Vegan Friendly Sayings To Try”

  1. GS
    December 5th, 2018 @ 12:21 pm

    I have been vegan for over 25 years. I’m sorry but this is why vegans are often poked fun at. We cant be such sensitive little twits, if we expect people to our ideas seriously.
    If you don’t want to say ‘kill 2 birds with 1 stone’ then say something else. To come up with some sort non-offensive rhyming version is laughable. And if you are offended when someone else says the phrase you should really re-evaluate.
    This is not a good way to interact with other non-vegans by making a stand over silly colloquialisms.
    I have found the best way to promote veganism is by living through example, when people see you eating clean, looking healthy and youthful they will inquire. Answering people’s questions with an open heart and without an agenda to ‘turn them vegan’ really works best.

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