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Do you have a paleo or real food blog? Ever noticed how exciting it is when your favorite blog gets attacked by trolls? Jealous that your blog doesn't get that kind of exciting attention? Fret no more, because I have an offer that will spice up your blog forever. 

When I was working on a project at my job, I realized that it would be very simple to write a comment generator using my favorite troll comments I've collected over the years. For your pleasure, I have translated them into what they actually say for your clarity and created a simple tool that allows your to splice them together for a fun and original experience! Simply post them in the comments of your blog to show your readers that you are popular enough to attract the internet's less intelligent denizens. 

First introduced by Free the Animal and on my Twitter and Facebook feeds, the official smug vegan troll comment generator outputs comments for all your posts that even mention vegans or that eating meat might be good. Our unique formula emulates the smug vegan's typical lack of education in economics, biology, and nutrition with their earnest belief that they know what is best for everyone else. 

Here is just one out of thousands of comments that our generator can bring you!

Becoming an ex-vegan is somewhat like becoming an ex-antiracist or an ex-antisexist -- you have to wonder just how unprejudiced the person was to begin with. I haven't read it, but the report Livestock's Long Shadow says that meat causes most of the world's problems. Don't tell me that there are different production methods, I can only think simplistically and can only consider one perfect diet, which is vegan. I am pretty sure this blog post and all things mentioned in it must have been sponsored by the nefarious Weston A. Price Foundation, an organization funded by wealthy zebra-ranching cabels.

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The way paleolithic people lived has to do with this story about how men who liked flank steak had the biggest left pectoral muscles and because of some famines that I think happened because life seemed really hard, the men with the big left pectoral muscles were more attractive to cavewomen. The Bellevue experiment, despite being one short experiment, totally showed us that we can maintain perfect health indefinitely on an all-meat diet. Only non-paleo plants contain toxins. Maybe you feel fine eating these non-paleo foods now, but you never know when you might erupt tiny panda-shaped cysts on your face. It could take decades. You'll suffer and you won't be able to go back and undo the damage.

Edit: Haha, Dr. Kurt Harris gave me a new one "I don't eat plants because Owsley Stanley told me not to. He made 5 million hits of acid, so he knows more about chemistry than you do."