dictionary defines “entrepreneurial” as “the spirit of using “risk
and initiative” in business.” PETA defines it as “getting
animal-friendly terms added to said dictionary.”
A person who
shows compassion for elephants by refusing to support industries—such as circuses—that chain, beat, and
separate them from their family and natural habitat.
2. Sea kitten
A smart and
social aquatic animal (formerly called a “fish“) who uses tools, has an impressive long-term
memory, forms close bonds with other sea kittens, and doesn’t like being
hooked in the mouth any more than land kittens do.
A moniker given
to each of two twin child stars–turned–fashion designers, Mary-Kate and Ashley
Olsen, to reflect their heartless decision to wear fur and to include it in their hairy scary fashion line, The Row.
To make a vegan version of an animal-based dish.
For example, you can veganise a meat taco simply by using beans
or soy-based crumbles instead of ground beef and by substituting nondairy
cheese and sour cream for dairy-based versions. Easy as tofu cream pie!
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5. Veggie dog
A generic term for a hot dog made from plant protein instead
of snouts, innards, ears, and tails. Vegan hot dogs taste like meat-based ones,
but they are cholesterol-free and lower in fat and calories than meat versions
and are produced without killing pigs or other sentient animals.
So, grab yourself a veggie dog
or a plateful of one of your favorite veganised meals (sans sea
kittens, of course!) and think about what new animal-friendly words you’d
like to see added to the dictionary.
Article source: PETA Files