A Meat-Based Carrot In Response To Vegetable-Based Cheeseburgers

If vegans can have cheeseburgers, than meat-eaters should be able to have meat-based vegetables. The marrot is the meat carrot I can sink my teeth into.

You have to admit, this is a great country! In this episode of how awesome America is, we start with places like Burger King making cheeseburgers that have no burger in them. They’re made with plants because vegans need their cheeseburgers too.

Of course, vegans made it for other vegans and they say it tastes “a lot” like real beef. How they knew that it would, I have no clue. But if I believe everything I’m told in commercials, beef eating cheeseburger enthusiasts are saying the Impossible Whopper tastes just like a real Whopper.

Too bad I’ve been duped before. Diet Sodas do not taste anything like regular sodas. Off-brands don’t come close to what they are trying to imitate without a little salt, pepper, garlic, cheese, hot sauce, pepper spray…whatever you need to drown the bland taste of an off-brand.

So, I’m pretty sure a non-burger burger is going to taste nothing like a burger burger, otherwise known as a burger. Regardless, Arby’s has given us pure gold. I can now eat my vegetables.

Arby’s decided that if vegans were going to have Impossible Whoppers, than meat-eaters like me can have Megetables. Get it? Meat Vegetables? Come on! That’s good stuff!

America At Its Best

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The Deeper Dark is the story of a fighter pilot who spends a few years in a POW camp. When he returns to civilization, he realizes how much has changed as life just seemed to move on without him. His wife remarried and his daughter learned how to grow up without her father around. When he finds out there’s more to the story the day his jet went down, he finds himself in the middle of unimaginable corruption. Trying to keep their secrets hidden, his invisible enemies threaten the one person he has left in this world. But they have no idea how far he’s willing to go to save her life.

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