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Friday, December 30, 2011

Boozy New Year's Recipes, Shit Vegans Say, and Vegans are No Longer Freaky Freaks!

Posted By on Fri, Dec 30, 2011 at 9:00 AM

• Make these puffy pillow pancakes for me on New Year's morning. It'll help you get over the (sexy?) shock of waking up and seeing me in your bed. How did I get in? Hide your kids!

According to U.S. News and World Report, veganism is mainstreaming and we're no longer freaky freaks! Hooray! I wonder if they'll include a bit about what colleges are good for vegans in one of their 10 million college reports. Remember those? Do they still do those? Am I making this up?

• Here's a video about shit vegans say! It's funny because it's true! Except the Skinny Bitch part; I wouldn't tell anyone to read that insane garbage. As usual, don't read the comments, because it'll make you want to lobotomize every 12-year-old with Internet access. Or, un-lobotmize them. How does that work? Like, force them to read Proust and stuffing Brownian Motion?

• As the first year of the 112th Congress draws to a close, the Humane Society Legislative Fund takes stock of how animal protection fared in 2011, and issues an easy-to-read, condensed report for us no-attention-span-having idiots. So fun!

Where did your dead holiday turkey come from? Tastes so good with an extra side of extreme abuse! Yum yum!

• Make these boozy treats for your New Year's party. And don't forget to eat some black-eyed peas on the big day! It means you'll have good luck all year and won't keep repeating the mistakes of the past and a million dollars will take a dump on your face and other great things. Happy New Year!

Laura Beck is a founding editor of Vegansaurus! and tweets at mrpenguino.
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