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Vegan jokes never get old… or do they? Let’s face it: vegans have a reputation for being po-faced and unable to take a joke – but this isn’t true.

There are many hilarious jokes (well, humor is objective…) that will make some people cry with laughter – or at least elicit a small chuckle. Some are just plain out cringe, but hey ho!

So without further ado, here are our top 10 vegan jokes that are guaranteed to make you LOL!

Vegan jokes

Did you hear about the vegan devil worshipper?
He sold his soul to seitan!

Can I tell you a vegan joke? I promise it won’t be cheesy.

How can you tell if someone is vegan?
Don’t worry. When you offer them meat, they will say ‘no thanks’, then you can relentlessly ask them questions why, then you can get upset and accuse them of going on about it.

I met this woman today who said she recognized me from a vegan group, but I’d never met herbivore.

What does a vegan zombie eat?

Me: I had vegan ice-cream.
Them: Why do you always have to talk about being vegan?
Next time:
Me: I had ice-cream.
Them: OHMYGOD I thought you were vegan???

The quickest way to become a nutritionist? Talk to a vegan. Suddenly everyone becomes an expert on food when they meet a vegan.

How many vegans does it take to change a light bulb?
Two. One to change it and one to check for animal ingredients.

How many vegans does it take to change a lightbulb?
No idea. But where do you get your protein?

Vegan: Try this banana
Meat eater: Taste good
Vegan: It’s vegan
Meat eater: I thought it tasted funny

What are your favorite vegan jokes? Let us know in the comment section below!

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