'm a vegetarian who was even vegan for a couple of years, but I promise I'm not one of those annoying ones who tells you I'm a vegetarian when you ask me what time it is. You eat what you want to eat and I'll eat what I want to eat. Just don't interrupt me while I'm eating, and we'll get along fine.
PETA, however, doesn't exactly have a history of approaching the topic with subtlety, and their latest "Go Vegan" campaign is causing quite a stir.
Well, at the very least, quite a bit of confusion.
They figured sex sells, so why not incorporate meat into the bedroom?
The point they’re trying to make is that meat and dairy cause erectile dysfunction, which we’ll get to in a minute. But the Internet was taking away a much different message.
This chicken ain't playing around, people.
He’s the kind of fowl that wouldn’t think twice about pecking you to death over an ogling of his lover — or his cornmeal lunch.
Mysteries were solved.
I think some things are just better left in the bedroom because honestly, we don’t need any hard feelings. It’s really none of our business.
Mostly people were just confused.
“PETA says that meat interrupts your sex life. But post-kale farts ain’t sexy, fam,” someone else tweeted.
Things got kind of literal.
And if you thought the chicken was impressive, they didn’t just stop with the birds…