Noise Monkey wrote:what's the opposite of a vegan? I try to eat only things that have a face.
rkolter wrote:It's like devouring a steak with great gusto, sighing with pleasure as the savory flavor of each bite bursts in your mouth, throughly enjoying your unquestioned right to partake in the steak's meaty excellence, while sitting at a table surrounded by vegans, and wondering why they're not looking happy about your good time.
rkolter wrote:legostargalactica wrote:rkolter wrote:KWill wrote:Not really.Paul Escobar wrote:rkolter wrote:There is a difference in the Mohammad cartoons - it is against that religions faith to depict the prophet, and this is something that was known by the artist when the artwork was drawn. It would be akin to a person who knows the dietary restrictions of the Jewish feeding a Jew ham and then wondering why nobody laughed at the joke.
What a horridly defective analogy. The proper one would be a Christian eating a ham, and a Jew proceeding to send him death threats because of it.
Actually, Paul's correction is valid. A better example would have been:
It's like devouring a steak with great gusto, sighing with pleasure as the savory flavor of each bite bursts in your mouth, throughly enjoying your unquestioned right to partake in the steak's meaty excellence, while sitting at a table surrounded by vegans, and wondering why they're not looking happy about your good time.
god i love doing things like that.
i mean.. i have the utmost respect for the vegan lifesty..... ::bursts out laughing:: sorry, couldn't keep a straight face.
Ask Phact0rri how much I bug him about his vegan lifestyle. I almost feel bad sometimes, but he manages to get even.
rkolter wrote:Carnivore. A vegan is a herbivore. In Kevin and Kell's world, you'd be a predator or a scavenger.
Noise Monkey wrote:It's made from animal parts...that can't be worse than poop.
You know...until it BECOMES poop.
theSuburbanLetdown wrote:Reconstituted haggis can't be beat.
Kisai wrote:It just so happens that the people who colour K&K also do or did comics I read for a while too.
The only thing that bugs me about this discussion is that if the comic was a relatively lighthearted joke comic about some human serial killers (cant remember the name of the one I'm thinking about, pretty bad tbh), no one would be complaining worth a damn.
I thought I was the only onebustertheclown wrote:When I first read the title to this post, I thought to myself, "why would anyone be creeped out by that Nickelodeon show Keenan and Kell? It took reading through several posts on this thread to read the title correctly as Kevin. Until that point, I was perplexed that someone would do a fan comic about the show, and that it somehow contained furry murders.
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