WATCH: Arby's Flips Off Vegans with 'Carrot' Made of Meat!
Okay, we might have to stop joking about how terrible Arby's is. At least for just today. In response to the latest vegan stupidity of trying to make soy, veggie and sadness burgers a thing, Arby's has done this: made a carrot from turkey. God bless you, Arby's.
Now the sandwich chain is flipping the vegan "meat" trend on its head, leaning into its "We have the meats" slogan and creating its most bizarre concoction yet: the "megetable," a vegetable made out of meat.
And Arby's new megetable, the "Marrot," is exactly what it sounds like: a meat-based carrot that not only tastes like the orange vegetable but has much of its nutritional value.
The "Marrot" has "30 grams of protein and more than 70% of the recommended daily amount of vitamin A." Meaning this Marrot is actually pretty good for you. Plus you can enjoy it knowing that you're both eating meat and irritating the already irritated vegan hordes who're too weak to do anything other than hate peck some mean comments on their digital keyboards.
I can't wait for their take on the avocado. I bet meat-avocado toast is like an explosion of awesome in your mouth. Like when you eat a steak slathered in real butter, only with the added joy of shoving a vegan's nose into a vegan pie. Because they're too weak to stop you. They're also probably really hungry and wouldn't put up much of a fight.
For more posts mocking vegans for being weak, pretentious, and otherwise generally irritating and fun to mock, read:
- WATCH: Vegans Have Themselves Branded, Beaten in Hopes You'll Stop Eating Meat
- Rabid Feminist Vegan Cafe 'Handsome Her' is Going Out of Business
- Famous Anti-Meat Vegan Who Climbed Mt. Everest? Yep, She Died…