Fast Food Giants Rearrange Animals 978 Ways Instead Of Offering Just One Vegan Entrée

By Stuart Swanson

Article XVII

April 6, 2019

Hoping that empathy and compassion are a passing fad, “fast food” pals Blandy’s, McWrongald’s and Unlucky Fried Chicken continued the easy strategy of feeding Americans the same few items over and over again forever.

Fortunately for these big companies, most people will eat whatever is in front of them without really thinking about where it comes from, and are content with eating a “new” menu item even if it’s the same thing they’ve had their whole life, as long as it’s renamed every few years.

Management plans to blame employees, not growing awareness, for empty parking lot.

When the general population is still on board with that, it makes it very easy to just continue making tired combinations out of really just chickens, cows and pigs, and whatever those 3 animals can squirt out.

And according to marquees across the country, the combinations are endless. For example, at Blandy’s you can now order a Triple Homicide on the River, which is a bacon cheeseburger, with two additional cheeseburgers placed inside — all of which is placed on a little bacon raft that’s sort of floating on a river of cheese.

That might sound like a school science project, but it fits on a tray and people eat it.

Some of the biggest chains have noticed that people are trying to be healthier, though, and are trying to cut back on meat consumption, but they’re still addicted to cheese because it’s salty and everywhere, just like people. So they’re offering “new” options for those people. Like at Unlucky Fried Chicken, you can get a CCB: Chicken & Cheese Bucket — but if you are trying to cut back on meat, you can just order a CB, which is actually a full bucket of cheese.

And of course there are hundreds of different types of burgers as well, in fact, too many to list. But if you want something different than a rearranged burger, you can get a bunch of fries loaded with different variations of the same stuff that would have just gone on the burger.

The list goes on, but don’t look for more examples here in this article, just drive down any street and see for yourself.

If you’re trying to avoid ALL animal products though, not to worry, because change is already happening somewhere else. Some of these major chains are now offering vegan options at one or two locations in Finland, which is only a few thousand miles away. Or, if you don’t have your passport, you can try an obscure fast food chain that offers an option just 145 miles away in the country you do live in. Or, if you just want french fries, you can eat almost anywhere except McWrongald’s, which dips all of their fries in a vat of oil and animal juice.





Pair of House Cats Each Brag About Fight they Both Lost

By Stuart Swanson

Article XV

May 27, 2018

Cats are generally relaxed individuals, and that is entirely because they do not have jobs or chores. The hardest part of their day is deciding the best place to sleep.

It’s an incredibly easy life. But in their defense, they do occasionally have to fight for their lives because their brother gets bored and decides to start a problem out of nowhere.

Scrooge and Holmes showcasing failure in 2018.

In the fight pictured above, it’s hard to tell who is winning because they both look like a couple of losers.

This fight lasted about 90 seconds, then ended without any cool finishing moves. They sort of just walked away from each other, then started yelling about how they’re both terrible fighters.

A rematch is inevitable but unscheduled because they are cats.







World Thinks Vegans are Crazy, and Nobody Knows Why

By Stuart Swanson

Article XIV

January 9, 2018


After several years of recycled memes and repetitive internet comments — backed by decades of a convenient endless supply of animal products — the majority of the World now considers vegans as the Earth’s craziest group.

When asked why, every person responded in the same way: “Actually I have no idea. I never really thought about it. I just heard vegans were weird and I wanted to remain in the overwhelming majority.”

Maybe it would help if we explain what it means to be vegan.

Being vegan means you don’t consume animals or animal products, which sounds crazy if you watch TV or have been alive for any amount of time.

And it is — it’s crazy.

Being vegan is crazy because you buy fresh produce, you read ingredients and pay attention to what you’re eating, you eat delicious food, you feel better physically and in my case you only get sick once every 5 years. You eat more natural food that comes straight from the ground or from plants or trees. You discover higher quality packaged foods and skip the lower quality ones that many people assume you buy. Eventually, you save money after you learn that you don’t need to recreate food just because you grew up with it, and instead you try all kinds of healthy and flavorful recipes made of fruits, vegetables, grains, nuts, seeds, spices, and more.

And that’s just… crazy.

Also, even though you drive a car and aren’t very friendly, you do feel slightly better about reducing your personal carbon footprint by not supporting the unsustainable animal-based food system that is currently hurting the planet with excess methane gas and huge underreported ponds of bloody poo.

Finally, you feel GREAT because no animals had to be created and then bothered to death in order to satisfy your outdated appetite.

But to the average person, a plant-based lifestyle might seem impossible.

“If you don’t eat animal products, what do you eat?”

A great question, but there are too many answers. It’s easier to simply eliminate the very few things vegans do NOT eat.

Vegans basically just don’t eat the 7-8 animal products currently found in almost every TV commercial and menu item (chickens, eggs, fish, crustaceans, pigs, cows, cow milk, cheese and other scattered animals but basically just those same things re-arranged over and over.)

(You know, animal products — the ones you have to add seasoning to, and also be real careful to cook properly and store properly so that they don’t make you sick.)

(You know, animal products — some of which millions of people are allergic to, like cow’s milk. That’s weird, right?)

Vegans basically just don’t eat or drink those things.

But they do eat almost everything else, which is more than a thousand things.

Most vegans also mind their own business and are nice to people who are mean as soon as they find out there’s a vegan in the room.

Meanwhile, they also wait patiently for years as their friends and family members continue to pay a middleman to breed, torture and kill (BTK!) animals just so they can keep enjoying the same few menu items over and over again without questioning what’s in it or trying anything new.

Still, ultimately it’s vegans who are considered crazy for some reason.







Man Calls Himself an ‘Animal Lover’ While Eating 3-Animal Sandwich

By Stuart Swanson

Article XIII

November 13th, 2017

Earlier today, a quiet vegan who keeps to himself reluctantly accepted an invitation to go to lunch with an outgoing friend.

The only reason why he said “yes” is because vegans try to be friendly and accommodating to everyone. They have to be nice, because if one vegan does one wrong thing, the internet will talk about just that one vegan for the rest of the year.

So today, this vegan was nice and agreed to go. He even let his friend choose whatever restaurant he wanted.

As they arrived to The Uncomfortable Hog, which is a real popular place for normal people, the vegan was googling his options for one minute before he ran out of time and settled on a pathetic excuse for a meal.

His friend ordered one of the plentiful animal-based items on the menu while scrolling through social media and not even thinking about food.

They got their food, and his friend couldn’t help but notice his tomato sandwich, and was like “What the hell is that?”

The vegan went on auto-pilot and explained that he’s vegan, it’s no big deal, he does it for the animals, etc. “Anyway how have you been?”

But his friend wouldn’t let it go, and proceeded to give him a hard time, forcing the usual conversation, which lasted the entire lunch.

The vegan remained calm, saying nice things like, “Yeah, this is what I eat, every day for sure. I come here every day and order… this. Anything for the animals, right?” careful not to sound sarcastic, because remember, vegans are nice.

At the end of the lunch, the exhausted vegan thought it was over, until his friend finally admitted, “I get it, you’re an animal lover. Well you know, I am too,” as he took a bite of his Squealy Moshpit Burger, which is made of the parts of 3 different animals, plus some juice from a couple others.

“Really?” The vegan had to ask, as he waited for an explanation.

His friend continued, as five different species were represented on his plate.

“Oh yeah, I’m totally an animal lover. I love dogs and rescues. I would do ANYTHING to save animals except eat less meat.”

Then a moment later, he paused and looked off to the side in what looked like a very deep thought. It seemed like he just had an epiphany…

Then, abruptly, he sneezed and ate his sandwich. He hadn’t been thinking at all. He just had to sneeze.

The End.








Truck with Confederate Flag Scared to Drive Past Suburbs

By Stuart Swanson

Article XII

November 7th, 2017

American pick-up trucks — sometimes referred to as Wheeled Mullets due to their uncanny resemblance to some of their drivers — are often misunderstood.

It’s sad, too, because the trucks themselves are fine.

Most of these trucks are driven for practical purposes by normal individuals who use the vehicle to transport large objects and no more than one friend at a time, comfortably. And that’s great.

But sometimes a truck is driven by a different type of person altogether. Yes, sometimes, unfortunately, a pick-up truck is driven by a dusty American male with a rotten attitude.

It’s easy to spot this special breed, as they often decorate their truck with “poser dirt” and other personality-revealing bumper stickers of hunting, fishing, strippers or maybe some words about how they “don’t care about your stick family.”

The decorations vary, but their main goal is to convince the world that they’re attracted to female humans and they’re mean to everyone.

That’s a bad type of person, but they’re not even the worst. Occasionally, the world gets a reminder that there are people even worse than that.

Like today.

Showing that he was 152 years behind on the news — and unaware that he lives in the Land of Lincoln — an outdated young man from the rural area west of the western suburbs of Chicago chose to venture away from his family and friend (singular) and take a drive closer to the “big city” while displaying his racist grandfather’s confederate flag on the back of his truck.

Normally he doesn’t like to flash it around because he often feels like someone might educate him with a baseball bat if he ever drove down the wrong street with that dumb look on his face. 

But today he was feeling brave. Yes sir, today he felt like the bravest coward in Kane county. So today he put that flag on his truck, and drove towards the city.


Oh man, he felt great. The corn fields weren’t even talking back to him this time. “What a good idea this was,” he thought to himself, mile after mile (just the same thought over and over again.)

But as he got closer to civilization and 3-story buildings, he started to get scared.

As he approached the frighteningly 98% white town of Wheaton, Illinois, he was noticeably alarmed by the chance of being seen by his target audience. He braved on for exactly one minute, creeping past a few blocks into the “inner city of Wheaton” which consists of a Christian college and a Dairy Queen.

Realizing he was less than 30 miles away from danger, he got spooked and turned his truck around. As he fled back to the safety of whatever backyard he came from, his head and existence became smaller and smaller until everything about him finally disappeared into the distance.