I eat turkey, I eat meat, I ate your mom, I eat meat, I ate your
dad, I eat meat I eat chopped meat I eat raw flesh I ate your dog I eat a vegan every day Taco Bell, Micky D's, B.K I eat a vegan once a day I eat raw meat, I eat meat I eat skin with hair, I eat meat
I ate your mom, I eat meat I eat chopped meat I eat raw flesh I ate your dog A,B,C,D,E,F,G H,I,J,K,L,M,N,O,P Q,R,S,T,U,V W,X M.E.A.T


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    this is a shove in the face to all the vegitarians out there who maybe are over pressuring someone to join there believes, well different people have different views. Sometimes these views are overpressured on other people. Apparently this happened to BigWig and they aren't going Vegan. ha, this could be taken very offensive or you could think of it as the idea of people pressuring to someone else to be like them or believe in what they do, way to much. That's my 2 cents.

    firstarsbrnwhiteon June 08, 2002   Link
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    THIS IS SARCASM!!! TOM IS A VEGAN!!! one kid yelled at him about this song, so he kicked him in the dick (so he says)

    BigwigStayAsleepon July 12, 2002   Link
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    This song should be read-> I eat turkey=I eat meat I ate your mom=I eat meat... The song explain how eating meat can't be absurb: you wouldn't for sure eatyour dog but you eat meat... That's my point of view, I think it's very plausible because two members of Bigwig are vegan Meat sucks

    on June 25, 2003   Link
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    This is a song making fun of propagandhi... god dont you guys know anyyyyyyyything.

    At the end where he says "Consider someone else, stop preaching about animals" it is a parody of a line after a propagandi song where they say "consider someone else stop consuming animals" or something along those lines.

    UnOrthaDoXon December 15, 2005   Link
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    actually maybe im the one who doesnt know anything... lol that line is at the end of the other one... but basically they are making fun of propagandhi in this one too for being so preachy about being vegans

    UnOrthaDoXon December 15, 2005   Link

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