Am I the only one who thinks this whole IKEA horse meat scandal is kind of hypocritical like “oh my god we would never eat horses, they’re beautiful and we like to groom them and ride them, not eat them” but then when it’s a pig or a cow everyone’s like “yum, I need this to survive.”
I don’t like to be a preachy vegetarian, but………seriously?
- breatheclaire said: In England the scandal is huge, like everything that’s ever said it was beef was actually horse (not really, but that’s what it seems like)
- thisiszachsbrain likes this
- happysawrr reblogged this from jenniebelle
- happysawrr likes this
- ashleighbee likes this
- dei-tea likes this
- jenniebelle reblogged this from sveitinmillisolkerfa
- howto-adult likes this
- smellslikethesun said: Its just that eating a horse is weird because they aren’t normally bred to be eaten like cows or pigs.
- sveitinmillisolkerfa reblogged this from boxesmadeofcardboard
- sveitinmillisolkerfa likes this
- vira-sana said: I think it’s a lot less about the actual horses but just the idea that we didn’t know we were eating horse, and that you can’t trust the labels on your food.
- jennieintechnicolour said: Oh no, it definitely is when you really think about it.
- boxesmadeofcardboard posted this