100 questions
  1. Is a kiss considered cheating?
  2. Have you ever faked orgasm?
  3. If you could have one superpower, what would it be?
  4. Do you think you are going to be rich in 7-8-9 years?
  5. Tell us some funny drunk story.
  6. Why are you no longer together with your ex?
  7. If you had to choose one way to die, what would it be?
  8. What are your current goals?
  9. Do you like someone?
  10. Who was the last person to disappoint you?
  11. Do you like your body?
  12. Can you keep a diet?
  13. If the whole world listened to you right now, what would you say?
  14. Do you work?
  15. If you could choose only one food to eat to the rest of your life, what would it be?
  16. Would you get a tattoo?
  17. Something you don’t mind spending all your money on?
  18. Can you drive?
  19. When was the last time someone told you you were beautiful?
  20. What was the last thing you cried for?
  21. Do you keep a journal?
  22. Is life fun?
  23. Is farting in front of people irrelevant?
  24. What’s your dream car?
  25. Are grades in school important?
  26. Describe your crush.
  27. What was the last book/movie that really impressed you?
  28. What was your last lie?
  29. Dumbest lie you ever told?
  30. Is crying in front of people embarrassing?
  31. Something you did and you are proud of?
  32. What’s your favourite cocktail?
  33. Something you are good at?
  34. Do you like small kids?
  35. How are you feeling right now?
  36. What would you name your daughter/son?
  37. What do you need to be happy?
  38. Is there some you want to punch in the face right now?
  39. What was the last gift you received?
  40. What was the last gift you gave?
  41. What was the last concert you went to?
  42. Favourite place to shop at?
  43. Who inspires you?
  44. How old were you when you first got drunk?
  45. How old were you when you first got high?
  46. How old were you when you first had sex?
  47. When was your first kiss?
  48. Something you want to do until the end of this year?
  49. Is there something in the past you wish you hadn’t done?
  50. Post a selfie.
  51. Who are you most comfortable around?
  52. Name one thing that terrifies you.
  53. What kind of books do you read?
  54. What would you tell your 12 year old self?
  55. What is your favourite flower?
  56. Any bad habits you have?
  57. What kind of people are you attracted to?
  58. What was the last thing you cried for?
  59. Is there something you don’t eat? Some food that truly disgust you?
  60. Are you in love?
  61. Something you find romantic?
  62. How long was your longest relationship?
  63. What are 3 things that irritate you about the same sex?
  64. What are 3 things that irritate you about the opposite sex?
  65. What are you saving money for?
  66. How would you describe your bad side?
  67. Are you actually a good person? Why?
  68. What are you living for?
  69. Have you ever done anything illegal?
  70. Do you like your body?
  71. Have you ever made someone feel bad about themselves intentionally?
  72. Ever sent nudes?
  73. Have you ever cheated on someone?
  74. Favourite candy?
  75. Is there a blog you visit every day, or almost every day? Tag it!
  76. Do you play any computer games? What is your favourite game?
  77. Favourite TV series?
  78. Are you religious? Does God exist?
  79. What was the last book you read? Did it impress you and why?
  80. What do you think about vegetarianism/veganism?
  81. How long have you been on Tumblr?
  82. Do you like Chineese food?
  83. McDonalds or Subway?
  84. Vodka or whiskey?
  85. Alcohol or drugs?
  86. Ever been out of your province/state/country?
  87. Meaning behind your blog name?
  88. What are you scared of?
  89. Last time you were insulted?
  90. Most traumatic experience ?
  91. Perfect date idea?
  92. Favourite app on your phone?
  93. What colour are the walls in your room?
  94. Do you watch Youtube? Who is your favourite youtuber?
  95. Share your favourite quote.
  96. What is the meaning of life?
  97. Do you like horror movies?
  98. Have you ever made your mum cry? What happened?
  99. Do you feel lucky or special in a way?
  100. Can you keep a secret?

allosexuals are so weird sometimes you know?? like i was with a group of five allo friends and one of them said “i want vegan ice cream” and everyone got really excited and i was so confused because i heard that sometimes vegan ice cream means sex? so i told them i didn’t want it and they all got up and left (to have an orgy i thought) but then they all came back later with a bunch of coconut ice cream… i’m so confused guys allo behavior never makes sense to me :///

it’s sad that i grew up thinking vegans were preachy, whiny, and squeamish and that i would groan when so many of my friends told me “you’re gonna hate me but i’m vegan now” as if they were the delusional one. not only was i in the dark about the food industry and animal cruelty; i absolutely made no effort to do research… and yeah meat is really delicious and i used to believe a meal just wasn’t a meal without it, but after educating myself i just can’t imagine thinking that it’s worth it anymore—that it’s worth torturing an animal or increasing my vulnerability to disease. we complain about vegans being too preachy but i WISH i had the common sense to listen to the “preaching” earlier

The question of whether a vegan diet is our natural diet or the healthiest is irrelevant. The facts are we can survive and thrive on a vegan diet. The issue at hand is a vegan diet is ethical, it allows us to nourish ourselves without exploiting and murdering other animals and allows us to live in alignment with the values of justice, fairness and compassion.
—  The Thinking Vegan

Too many people think that vegans constantly crave meat, that we are suppressing these cravings and we have oh so much willpower to be able to resist delicious animal products, right?


There is no part of me that desires putting meat, cheese or any animal product into my body anymore. I think the smell of meat is actually revolting, I can smell it from miles away and it makes me feel sick, seeing people shove animal products into their mouths is like watching a bunch of barbarians feasting.

Of course there are vegans who struggle with cravings but usually all it takes is a good vegan substitute to change your world.

If you think all vegans constantly crave animal products and struggle to stay in control whenever we see a strip of animal flesh then you are so wrong. I’ll stick to my cauliflower wings and pulled jackfruit, thanks.

Mexican fiesta bowl🌵💃🏼✨ filled with baked pumpkin, sweet potato, corn, purple cabbage, greens, crispy taco tempeh mince, coriander + a drizzle of chipotle tahini👌🏼👌🏼 #vegan
Thinking of making a blog post on this one because it was that good😋
Hope you’re all having a beautiful day/night wherever you may be in the world!

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I dare you

1. What’s your biggest fear?

2. What’s your biggest goal in life?

3. Favourite social media?

4. Favorite song at the moment?

5. Something you’d love to achieve?

6. Favoruite food?

7. When’s your birthday?

8. A random fact about yourself?

9. Lucky number?

10. When did you make your tumblr? Why?

11. Gold or silver?

12. How would you name your daughter/son?

13. Share a good memory of your childhood.

14. Do you support gays/lesbians and why?

15. Someone you’d love to be like?

16. Celebrity crush?

17. How many followers do you have?

18. How often do you masturbate?

19. Would you dye your hair? What colour?

20. How do you see yourself in 10 years?

21. Are you happy?

22. Something you’re thankful for?

23. Dream job?

24. Something you regret doing?

25. What do you do in your free time?

26. Ever been out of your country?

27. A place you’d love to visit?

28. What are you insecure about?

29. What was your last lie?

30. Ever been in love?

31. 3 good qualities your ex has?

32. Preference - big boobs or big ass?

33. introvert or extrovert?

34. Do you want to be famous?

35. Get drunk in a club or read a book at home?

36. Europe or America?

37. Do you prefer to reject or to be rejected?

38. Give your tips for a happy and positive life.

39. Do you like Youtube? Favourite vloggers?

40. What’s your favourite quote?

41. Someone who inspires you?

42. Favourite blogger? Tag them in your answer!

43. What do you think about veganism?

44. Ever been close to death?

45. Post the last photo you took with your phone.

46. What is the time over there and what are you thinking about?

47. If you had the chance, would you look up whats your future or correct a mistake in your past?

48. Ever got drunk?

49. Ever smoked weed?

50. Do you believe in aliens (paranormal in general)?

101 Things Meat Eaters Say to Vegans
  1. It’s the food chain
  2. Where do you get your protein from, HA?
  3. If we weren’t meant to eat animals then why are they so tasty?
  4. Don’t you know that we’re omnivores?
  5. Lions kill Zebras in the wild
  6. Vegetables have feelings too you know
  7. You kill ants when you walk
  8. Each to their own
  9. It’s natural, so there
  10. Everything in moderation
  11. The animals have to die sometime
  12. Cows will take over the planet if we don’t control them
  13. Jesus ate fish
  14. The Dalai Lama eats animals
  15. You only live once
  16. I knew a vegan once and he was sick
  17. Vegans are extreme
  18. Don’t tell me what to do
  19. We’ve been doing it since the beginning of time
  20. But worms eat our bodies when we die, so why is it OK for them?
  21. It’s the circle of life
  22. Cows are stupid
  23. You can’t save all the animals
  24. You can’t save the world
  25. Where do you get your B12?
  26. You can’t eat plants all day
  27. It’s not murder it’s slaughter
  28. But Bacon!
  29. We can’t digest grass
  30. It’s OK, they were bred for consumption
  31. Soy is genetically modified
  32. There’s not enough room on the planet to produce vegetables for everyone
  33. I’m allergic to Tofu
  34. Where do you get your Omega 3 from?
  35. If you were in the jungle you’d kill an animal to stay alive
  36. We’re predators
  37. What if you killed a pig with your car, then it would be OK to eat it?
  38. We’re animals
  39. It’s great that you’re vegan, but I couldn’t do it.
  40. Chickens won’t survive in the wild, releasing them is cruel
  41. Fish aren’t animals
  42. You’re not vegan! Spiders crawl into your mouth when you sleep
  43. Don’t eat the food’s food
  44. Plants can feel pain
  45. What about all the hungry kids in Africa?
  46. What about all the child slaves in China?
  47. You’re laptop has an ingredient in it that’s bad for the environment and you still use it
  48. Is your belt vegan?, what about your wallet, aha!
  49. We’re doing the animals a favour, nobody wants to be in those conditions
  50. The legal definition of murder does not include animals, so it’s fine
  51. I know you’re right, but I love meat
  52. They would eat you if they could
  53. I will never change
  54. Going vegan doesn’t change anything
  55. Well I only eat very little meat/ cheese/ eggs, none at all really
  56. Foie gras: You can’t taste the cruelty
  57. I know, I know,but you don’t think about that (in response to animal farming conditions)
  58. In a survival situation I would stay alive because I can eat people
  59. It’s wrong for children to throw stones at the ducks, but it’s perfectly fine to shoot them
  60. We bless the animals before we eat them, so we appreciate their death
  61. I’m grateful for the sacrifice the animal made for me
  62. Humane slaughter is OK
  63. It’s evolution man
  64. Meat gave us big brains
  65. What about Eskimos, they’d starve without meat!
  66. Vegans are weak
  67. Vegans are always tired
  68. Vegans fart more
  69. You’ll have weak bones
  70. What do you eat, grass?
  71. Hitler was a vegetarian
  72. You kill vegetables
  73. Why do you love animals but hate people?
  74. Veganism is like religion
  75. Vegans eat rabbit food
  76. Tofu is disgusting
  77. I tried going vegan once but I didn’t feel well
  78. What do you do in the winter when vegetables don’t grow mmmmmm?
  79. I’d rather eat meat and be happy then eat grass and be depressed!
  80. You’re vegan, GREAT more for me, haha
  81. But I don’t want to give up dairy!
  82. The animals are happy in the farms
  83. If you don’t milk the cows they’ll explode
  84. Do you want one? oh I forgot you can’t eat that.
  85. Vegans die as well you know
  86. I couldn’t be vegan I want to taste “EVERYTHING”
  87. I could never give up cheese
  88. I’m totally against animal cruelty (as they eat a steak)
  89. If we let the cows all live they will produce too much methane and poison the atmosphere
  90. Wait, Gorillas are Vegan, I think you made a mistake!
  91. Who would you rather save your sister or a cow?
  92. You can’t build muscle on a vegan diet
  93. Vegans are skinny
  94. Some people HAVE to eat meat, it’s their blood type or something, that’s SCIENCE!
  95. What else are the animals going to do?
  96. It must be so awkward for you when you go out
  97. Raising your kids vegan is child abuse
  98. The animals don’t feel anything, they stun them and then slice their throats, it’s fine
  99. Save animals eat a Vegan, LOL
  100. You need meat for energy
  101. Canine teeth! 

I am seriously thinking about to go vegan, just because to safe the rainforests and other humans and creatures on our beautiful planet and because it is healthier for your body. I know, there are a lot of discussions about veganism, but I don’t judge the ‘meateaters’, because we all have or own lifestyle and we don’t need to discuss that. Just be aware of what you are eating! Not everything is what it looks like. 

Still love all of my followers!

anonymous asked:

i'm a vegan (yes, yes, found the vegan, cut the jokes) and i'm new to the solarpunk movement. i noticed that the question of our eating habits isn't discussed much (or at all) and to me, a solarpunk-future is only possible if we cut meat, dairy products and eggs out of our diets. it's probably only because i choose this lifestyle for me and it seems so obvious to me, but why no one talks about this? any thoughts or ideas about this?

I think veganism makes a lot of sense in relation to solarpunk, but I think it’s not the only reasonable approach to diet – particularly because of the social, cultural, and survival implications it can have for a lot of marginalized groups and individuals. 

I do think that it’s absolutely necessary to end industrial-scale production of animal products, and that a more heavily plant-based diet for the vast majority is the only sustainable way forward. 

There are people in solarpunk who are vegan, and who advocate veganism as part of what it means to them to be solarpunk. There are also people in the community who are critical of veganism, for its connection in some cases to efforts to suspend cultural practices of marginalized communities, or the insensitivity that some vegans have shown to people whose economic constraints or health needs complicate the matter.

Personally, I’m not vegan – I’m a weekday vegetarian – but I support vegans and veganism. I feel a bit iffy about the way that some folks treat it as a personal moral responsibility, because acting like systematic harms can be solved by lots of people just individually making extremely complex decisions perfectly is a really good way to diffuse and undermine activist energy. (It also can have some purity undertones that I think are counterproductive to ethical decisionmaking.)

But I think veganism as a movement is effective as a boycott, creating a sustained and systematic demand for alternatives to animal product dependence which over time makes those kinds of choices easier and easier for more and more people.

There has been some conversation back and forth about diet in solarpunk, but I think it’s been a while since it came up, and it’s not always super easy to find histories of thought on Tumblr. 

All that said – I hope you feel welcome, and I’m glad you’re getting into the community!

craptaztic  asked:


Going Up

Judy hadn’t known what to expect from life. But timelines are as uncertain as bridges to the stars, and she’s prepared to see where this one takes her. Almost. As long as he’s there with her.

I was going to make this platonic, but then I remembered that you loved Wildehopps, and I couldn’t deny you that.

But if you want the same prompt with a platonic plot, let me know!

She’s never had exposure to love. Real love. Not quite true- truth in itself was, by definition; accurate or exact. And they were neither of those things. Nick was sometimes too terse and she was sometimes too hopeful and they were a grab bag of will they won’t they and there wasn’t anything remotely true about the reality of them.

But it was honest and it was good, and she tentatively sidled into it with as much reserve as could be spared.

She asks him out. Tapping her feet on the underside of the dashboard and trying not to fiddle too badly with her radio. “Nick?”

He takes a left turn down fifth street and lets the wheel slide back through his paws. “Hmm?”

“Do you think you’d want to, uh…” tap tap tap go her feet- “we’ve been partners for a while.”

“One year,” he recounts almost lazily, his voice a twinge of summer days and sweet tea. “Or is it one and a half?”

“One and a quarter.”

“Tomato tomato.” He twists his head to give her that smirk. The one that always has her stomach in knots. Smirk number three out of his six smirk arsenal. “Why? You planning a party?”

“No. Uh- actually.” fiddle fiddle fiddle went her fingers- “I wanted to see what you’d think if I uh… asked you out?” A bunny of action was she, and beating around bushes had never been her specialty. Her arm was strong, but her morals were far too large to carry about sticks.

The silence after that is almost nauseating.

Nick is quiet. Taking the next right. Judy feels like she might vomit. Sorry, she wants to scream. God, she wants to barrel roll right out of their cruiser and duck into the sewers. Maybe she could live there forever! Become a hermit! Answer only to the call of the wild and tell no one about the mortifying moment where she asked her partner out in their cruiser.

Or… she could just be a big bunny, apologize, and then get home and bawl out her eyes the way she had at senior prom after she’d caught her date playing tonsil hockey with Jenny Clover.

“Nick-” she starts, her speech prepared with the twang of last words on her tongue-

“You know, Carrots, I ain’t a cheap date. Diamonds and flowers are all that really woo me. But if you’re willing to take a shot…”

The only thing that breaks her of her complete shock is smirk number five, and then she has to use every fiber in her tiny body to keep herself from throwing said tiny body across the dash and onto him. But she does well. Acadamy life trained her for this. And she sits in her seat, and gives a little wiggle of pleasure.

“I was thinking that Vegan place?”

“Sounds good.” He takes another right. “And I expect flowers.”

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just a thought...

It seems like a lot of people I know who are recovering from an ED end up adopting a plant based or vegan diet. And we often get a lot of shit for it because “veganism is another way to restrict.” I think that on the whole that’s BS. ED’s are destructive, reckless, unhealthy. So recovery pushes us to reverse this and be constructive, careful, healthy. An awareness of food combined with this idea of minimizing harm/suffering–to ourselves, and the animals that food often comes from–makes veganism seem so logical. My life and my health shouldn’t come at the cost of the health of another living being. I think veganism embodies compassion for all lives, self-awareness, PEACE, self-love, HEALTH, sustenance, LOVE.