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Santa Claus Is A "Vegan 4 Life"

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He knows when you are sleeping, he knows when you’re awake, and he knows when you’ve been very bad about eating animal products.

Or, at least this Santa does in a hilarious spoof video from Ciddy Fonteboa (Youtube user profoundvegan). In the vid, Santa is stuffing presents under a Christmas tree until a little girl (played by Ciddy) offers him milk and cookies. As soon as Santa understands that this home is not animal friendly— he looks around and sees a leather jacket, fur coat, and a whole roasted chicken from Popeyes— he throws a Public Enemy style tantrum.

The “naughty” little girl has to watch as Santa takes back her gifts, knocks over the tree, and reveals a “Vegan 4 Life” message on the back of his suit. Towards the end of the clip we see the message, “Don’t be on the naughty list. Don’t buy Meat, Dairy, Leather or Fur” flash across the screen.

You don’t see too many vegan-themed holiday treats— so enjoy “Santa’s Secret” on us! Check out the video below!

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