Let me share the story of my vegan journey with you guys, since I know that you all have been sitting at the edge of your seats in anticipation, waiting to hear it. I was born 100% vegan. After I was weaned, I realized that I had to eat anything that I was fed, plus my mind processed nothing more than “Eat carper fibers” and “I’VE BUMPED MY HEAD I NEED MOMMY WHAAAAAA!!!”, so I scaled down and became 80% vegan. After that, I starting attending some sort of school, and I’d steal everyone’s lunchbox. I knew that those were dead animals, but I wasn’t crazy about veganism. I was real about it. So I was 40% vegan, but that’s still better than 30%. After that, I became a sort of a teen, and sort of a vegetarian, so I was like, you know, 60% vegan. Then I kind of read about animal cruelty, but I wasn’t crazy about veganism, just real about it. So I became 99% vegan in my mind, but stayed a reasonable 76.84% vegan in my actions. At this time, my clothing was an awesome 68% vegan. But then one day, a flower pot fell on my head during a fierce thunderstorm and the trauma caused me to stop being a realistic person. I’ve been 100% vegan since then.
Long story short: I’ve been alive for 30-something years, and have been vegan for all of it, so that makes me more qualified to speak about veganism than anyone else. There - I said it.