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Vegan living, so healthy and clean
So much brown rice, so many mung beans

And no meat
Not one bite of meat
Juicy meat
Succulent meat.

Instead I get, gluten and sea weed stew.
Rice milk and lentils and fuckin tofu
I respect every creature from horse, fowl and owl
I’d blow a goat for some bacon right now
Yeah I’d blow a goat for some bacon, right now

You eat your southern fried chicken
And I’ll just have fruit
How’s that T-bone?
No really, it’s cool
I’ll just chew on this turnip root
With a couple chick peas
Kill me please

I’m tired of hummus
And bulgur wheat
Tofurkey tofuck yourself
I want some meat
I respect every creature the birds and the bees
Well I’d eat the shit out some Whopper with cheese
Believe me I’d fuck up that Whopper with cheese

(Whoa)alfalfa sprouts and a red bean
A handful of trail mix
Mmm what a treat
How about some soy yogurt served in a bowl?
I’d rather eat a hobo’s asshole
Yeah I’d rather eat a hobo’s asshole



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