Humans were primarily vegetarian, did you know that? This whole omnivore thing came into being because that’s what we concluded, as per our convenience.
A few pointers that actually stress on the point that Homo sapiens sapiens were actually meant to be vegetarian:
• Lack of pointy AF canines. We only have tiny little baby canines.
• The presence of the vermiform appendix which now exists for the sole purpose of causing you pain, but actually played a key role in ancient history when man most certainly ate the bark of trees and different forms of cellulose.
• The fact that you don’t see a dead chicken carcass and automatically go OMG I want to eat it.
I think the meat thing happened by accident. Man discovered fire, and some animal fell into it and it must have smelled good or whatever and steak was discovered. I’m kidding.
Before this thing gives me angina, I’m going to retire for the night. This was also probably the most half-a**ed post I’ve done in a long time. Between headaches and work and having to deal with grown up children that don’t belong to my body, I’ve really had a rough day. Anyway. Is it just me, or are chicken wings hella tempting and maybe I should go back to eating them?
Also, what do you think of the whole man was designed to be someone that ate a plant-based diet debate?