Chrissy Teigen is the queen of the internet, and we don't really need to explain that at great length. I mean, just click on the link in the previous sentence and you'll see we're thoroughly committed to documenting her many online antics.
Now, Chrissy is embroiled in a back-and-forth with the vegetarian and vegan community, and it all started where insane fights on the Internet usually start: a tweet.
In this picture from the Hempler foods Group, who are probably having their best week on social media ever, different bacon strips are labeled for voting purposes. Teigen shared the tweet with her followers, announcing her favorite bacon consistency. It's number 4.
You can't talk about meat eating online without attracting vegans. She was immediately inundated with the shocking information that bacon is derived from pigs, which are living animals.
Be warned, some vegans deployed some graphic imagery into Teigen's mentions, which she replied to, oh god:
Some challenged her to look at a cute pig's face and not feel bad about eating them:
Teigen did not leave it alone. She kept replying:
And people are still coming at her with comments:
Though some she seems to find more strange than aggressive:
But days later Teigen still seems pretty frustrated with the attacks on her meat-eating:
You turned Chrissy Teigen against vegetarianism, folks.
She mostly seems to have a problem with how irrational everyone is being:
Yes, John Legend did very memorably eat chicken wings off his wife's butt:
Here's the full vid, which you know you need:
But vegans and vegetarians say they're the ones getting senselessly attacked:
That last one is absolutely true, and I GUARANTEE someone will write some version of this in the comments:
"How do you know someone's a vegan? They tell you!"
That joke is so stale you could smear bone marrow on it like a cracker.
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