It’s understood in our American culture that a real man takes pride in eating bacon, sausage, and beef.
Especially on July 4th. He simply (and ironically) laughs in the face of high cholesterol and onset diabetes.
Why? Because it’s manly to eat meat.
And because… ‘Merica!
How else could a man possibly get enough protein?
However, I am currently taking America by storm, as I am stumping both scientists and sociologists alike…
They are being forced to take notice that I am in deed the manliest vegan on the Internet, yet I am still alive and well.
Miraculously, I am perfectly in the correct height/weight/age range. I not overweight nor underweight. In other words… I’m getting enough protein.
How is it that I am not a walking skeleton? Why does I seem so happy and content in life?
I am currently baffling our nation, as Americans everywhere are trying to wrap their minds around the fact that I haven’t eaten any pork (which includes bacon and sausage) in 8 and a half years, any meat at all in 5 and a half years, and no eggs or dairy in over 4 years.
My protein comes from six sources:
Veggies, fruit, beans, grains, nuts, and seeds.
So what does a manly vegan eat on July 4th? Whatever I want, as long as it consists of veggies, fruit, beans, grains, nuts, and seeds.
For this July 4th, my wife made a vegan lasagna (containing noodles and veggies) and some vegan sausage by Field Roast Grain Meat Co. as well. And I liked it.
I didn’t feel left out. I didn’t feel victimized. And I didn’t feel jealous.
Why? Because I am the manliest vegan on the Internet.
Instead, other men surely felt left out that they are not part of my manly vegan club.