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Boston Yeti: ‘I’m a Vegan’

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Snowmaggedon might have inconvenienced quite a few people in the Northeast in the last week, but the silver lining was that a new character emerged: The Boston Yeti.

The mythical creature believed to live in the woods of the Himalayas appeared first on Monday night walking through Boston streets in the snow and making spectators smile. After three days of sightings, over 6,000 followers on Twitter and plenty of speculation on just who this yeti was, Boston Magazine got the scoop with an exclusive interview with the yeti himself and found out the unthinkable: he’s a vegan.

When asked if he had eaten any neighborhood cats while out on the town, the yeti announced he is strictly on a plant based diet. In fact, he “had a craving for salad, strangely enough.”

The yeti also made it very clear he’s a peaceful creature and his only goal throughout the whole snowstorm was “trying to make as many people smile as possible.”

And just as we were getting attached to this friendly, ethically eating yeti, the snow storm is finally going away and he has posted his farewell on his Twitter account — for now.

“With #juno2015 over, Yeti must return to woods…for now. Stay warm, stay happy, & BELIEVE. #BostonYeti2015 #Lovesyou

Via Boston Magazine

Photo Credit: Twitter

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