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Man called out for tricking vegetarian wife into eating meat

Poppy Bilderbeck

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Man called out for tricking vegetarian wife into eating meat

Featured Image Credit: TikTok/ @groarkboysbbq

A TikToker is facing widespread criticism online for seemingly tricking his vegetarian wife into eating meat.

A chef who goes by 'The Meat Teacher' on the platform decided to skip giving his wife a lesson about why she should eat meat and simply cook her a snack using animal products and feed it to her without her knowing.

And the move hasn't gone down well with social media users.

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In the video, uploaded in September, the TikToker can be seen on a camping trip with his wife and children, telling his partner he's making 'Almond oil french fries'.

Little does his wife know, The Meat Teacher holds up a pot of Wagyu Beef Tallow to the camera, popping two huge scoops of the meat product into a pan before frying the chips in it.

He then gives his children some fries to munch on, before offering a couple up to his wife, who takes the chips without hesitation.

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The TikToker whispers: "I'm a dead man."


Well, considering the TikToker is still active on the platform, it would look like he's survived his wife's wrath.

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Unfortunately for him, that doesn't mean he's escaped the fury of social media users.

Many TikTokers flocked to the original post in stitches over the trick.One user said: "This is making my day so much better."

However, over on Reddit, others definitely didn't agree.

A user named u/Simple_Distance9798 shared the TikToker's video on the thread r/facepalm and it's received floods of angry comments.

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Some people are not happy with the TikToker's trickery. Credit: Pexels/ Jan Koetsier
Some people are not happy with the TikToker's trickery. Credit: Pexels/ Jan Koetsier

One user named u/sensitivetax9432 said: "I can understand him not cooking with vegan oil, but lying about it is never cool."

"Either way this is s**tty. Anyone who does this s**t is doing s***ty s**t and I think they're s***ty s**ts who need to quit doing this s**t," u/xneurianx said.

Others were quick to argue they're pretty certain the video must be 'staged'.

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"Yes I'm sure his wife has no idea about their own TikTok account," u/gobananagopudding said.

U/xneurianx resolved: "1) Pretty much no vegetarian would be unable to identify the smell of cooking meat fat. We don't live in bubbles. 2) He's done a whole host of these now. After the first viral video of your husband humiliating you, you'd stop eating anything he gave you. Especially on camera. Or; 3) She's not a vegetarian, or she's a 'vegetarian' who doesn't care about things cooked in meat products."

UNILAD has contacted The Meat Teacher for comment.

Topics: News, Food and Drink, World News, TikTok, Social Media, Reddit, Animals

Poppy Bilderbeck
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