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Vegans around the world get a bad reputation when some of their followers verbally abuse meat-eaters for their diet. Those who attack carnivores use every burn under the sun, which, in my opinion, isn't exactly a good tactic for trying to get someone to see your point of view.
Unfortunately for actor Chris Pratt, he's on the receiving end of some serious trolling. After uploading a picture of a bunch of lamb meat, he's had hundreds of comments from vegans to tell him he's basically the worst human alive for slaughtering an animal.
Bet the Velociraptor in Jurassic World didn't have this problem when she uploaded that picture of security guard #1 to her stories.
The Guardians of the Galaxy star Chris explained the lamb was raised on his property and 'lived a very good life'. Pratt adds: "He was groomed and shorn, his hooves medicated, de wormed, no antibiotics necessary. Surrounded by laughing loving humans, including children to whom they provided such joy.
"Nuzzled, pet and loved every day. No stressful travel to his final destination. Trauma Free. Just a touch of a USDA certified wand to his head and he goes to sleep."
It's a part of his new-found passion for farming, which he picked up about six months ago. The 38-year-old says that meat is only available to friends and family, but he's looking at expanding his operations in the future.
However, it seems as though some fans don't exactly share his enthusiasm for free-range farming.
One person wrote: "He clearly has been indoctrinated into this macho world of needing to dominate animals in order to feel like a man. Pathetic."
Another said: "Killing is dark, it's bloody, it's death, it's ego, vanity, it's sin and is unnecessary for survival. The mentality that eating animals is ok and a personal choice is the very reason this planet and society is going to total shit so quickly."
A third added: "So what you're saying is, humans tricked this innocent, sentient animal into trusting them, only to be murdered inhumanely by them. There is NO humane way to MURDER someone, animal or human, that does not want to die."
That goes on and on and on.
But there are people who have jumped to Chris' defence, even those who don't eat meat.
This user wrote: "I mean I think it's sad that I get to see an animal die, but it's the circle of life. I'm a vegetarian and I don't blow my balls when someone eats a steak, my God man where is the humanity in these vegans."
He uploaded a video that touched on why he was raising animals and posted a picture of a hen. Both copped more debate and arguing between people from both sides of the meat eating argument.
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