Top 10 Amazing Vegan Jokes That Will Make You LOL

This collection of vegan jokes and memes is sure to crack you up
These jokes - and memes - will make you chuckle (Photo: Caroline Hernandez)

Contrary to popular opinion, vegans are, in fact, able to take a joke.

We are exposed to so many meat-eater-style jokes, that it's no wonder that our sense of humor has become more evolved.

If you're used to the ancient 'How can you tell if someone's a vegan? Don't worry, they'll tell you' 'joke', keep reading.

1. Classic lightbulb change

How many meat eaters does it take to change a lightbulb?

None, they would rather stay in the dark about things.

2. Vegan creamer

Q: What do you call a vegan guy who likes to pleasure himself?

A: A non-dairy creamer.

3. A lot cooler

Good old global warming joke (Photo: Fat Hippie Vegan Instagram)

4. Criminal chickpeas

What do you call it when one chickpea murders another?

- Hummus-cide

5. Actual footage from cca. 1885

The first almond that was ever milked - caught on film (Photo: Adam The Creator)

6. Meat-eater antics

Vegan: Try this apple

Meat eater: Taste good

Vegan: It's vegan

Meat eater: I thought it tasted funny

(Credit: @krliel)

7. Disappointed broccoli

The true face of disappointment (Photo: @ComfySweaters)

8. Beef

An argument between two vegans is not called a beef.

Just two people with bad 'tempehs'.

9. Ah, vegan humor

Stop it with the flowers (Photo: Carla Sweet Vegan)

10. Travel idea

If you're ever sad you don't have the money to travel, go vegan.

You'll get stranded on 1038372828 different desert islands.

(Credit: @Tomleewalker)

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