Sunday, May 5, 2019

Vegan Bride Disinvites Non-Vegans

                A vegan bride disinvited some guests to her wedding—including her mother and two bridesmaids-- because they wouldn’t comply with her demand that they permanently adopt the vegan lifestyle.
                The woman originally requested that all of the guests eat from a vegan menu, according to a since-deleted post in a vegan Facebook group. She subsequently decided this wasn’t draconian enough and attempted to make her guests swear to give up meat and animal byproducts in perpetuity. Talk about chutzpah!
       reported that Bridezilla wrote in Vegan Revolution: “Just for some context, some family members were told they are not invited to my wedding because we don’t want to host murderers. Our wedding is supposed to be one of the happiest days of our lives.” She whined that her family had never been supportive of her diet, writing: “When I broke the news to them, all I got was attacked because I don’t want the weight of having people that still kill animals at my wedding on my conscience.”
                Some fellow vegans took to social media to praise her for her stance. One wrote of reasons to “hate ‘Meaters.’”
                She doesn’t want to host “murderers?” Did she disinvite any guests who have had an abortion?
                Here’s a helpful wedding tip for brides-to-be: if you want a beautiful, harmonious wedding, don’t act like a vegan Marxist dictator or Alexandria (“The Boss”) Ocasio-Cortez on a bad day.
                Bridezilla’s behavior is sadly typical of progressives/leftists. They want total control over others, from cradle (if they allow them to be born) to grave. They want to tell everyone else what they are allowed to eat, say and think. People everywhere: wake up! Don’t put up with their tyrannical bullshit anymore.
                If I were her dad, I would have been thrilled to give her away, because I would no longer have to deal with her twisted arrogance, mindless intolerance and existential amorality anymore. “Take my daughter. Please!”
                I hope her guests enjoyed the tofu chicken and the wedding cake made from non-animal byproducts.

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