Let's face it: going vegan is hard! So, for all of you out there who are not vegan, here are the reasons you should just never, ever become a vegan.
1. You don't like animals... At all.
Lots of people think animals are cute and fun. But not you! If youy don't like animals, and if you don't care about their lives at all, you should definitely not go vegan.
2. You don't care about the environment.
Studies have been done showing the negative impact that animal agriculture has on the environment. If you don't give a shit about the environment, you should not go vegan at all!
3. You don't really care about your health.
Dr. Neal Barnard (from the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine), Dr. T. Colin Campbell (author of The China Study), and many other doctors have spent time studying the effects of animal proteins on the human body. They have determined that eating animal protein increases a persons risk of heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and other health problems. It seems right, then, that if you don't care about your health, you should not go vegan.
4. Vegan food is just gross.
Let's face it: vegan food is gross, amiright? I mean, look at bananas, grapes, broccoli, potatoes, lettuce, and all those other nasty fruits and vegetables that vegans eat every day! And don't even get me started on pasta, rice, beans, and nuts. I mean, disgusting. Let's face it - you're better off eating dead animal flesh filled with pus, blood, vein, and potentially even feces. That's much less disgusting than the banana I ate for breakfast, right?!
As you can tell from the wonderful reasons above, you are really better off not ever going vegan. Just keep eating and wearing dead animals.
However, if, for some crazy reason, you think going vegan is for you, by all means check out the resources below. (But you'll probably just be disappointed!)
Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine: http://www.pcrm.org/
The Vegan Society: https://www.vegansociety.com/go-vegan/why-go-vegan
Vegan Kit: http://vegankit.com/why/