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Rule one of being vegetarian: Don't say you're "Vegetarian", say you don't eat meat.
Otherwise you'll be easily trumped by any vegan that decides to say "HOW WAS YOUR CHEESE SANDWICH/CEREAL/PIZZA?"
"Okay so first of all im a vegetarian, and you should be too, it's the way forward."
THE. WAY. FORWARD.
if she knew the first thing about supply and demand, she'd realise the important aspect of it is consumer choice, and the ability to remove or engage yourself in any market you choose.
I have no beef with vegetarians, but the militant ones like this really piss me off. Especially if they're a bunch of haircuts holding up signs and pretending to be Bob Dylan. Real rebellious, kids. Live your life the way you want, I'll live mine the way I want.
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I feel like I killed a whole farm with every bite but that soon passes.
it would be better, and more apt, if the sign just said in giant letters "KNOB"
as if he's just written a carefully worded sign and held it up for no reason.
"Oh, me? Yeah i'm just holding up this sign I made. OH god! Who said you could take my picture!"
is a greater tragedy than eating meat.
is that thin naked lady pretending to promote vegetarianism (or not-eating-meatyism) when she is wearing a leopard.
is she announcing she fakes orgasms too?
whats that got to do with not-eating-meatyism)
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You said it mamma.
I prefer fish if I can afford it. But there is something incredible about a big fat steak. Steak and fish would be my staple diet if I could afford it.
that buy stuff from sweatershops are hypocrits, if this the case for her I shall hang her. IF you complain how animals are treated to make a product then you should at least be consistent.
who always eats pizza when she's been out drinking, and yet she actually continues to 'brand' herself as a 'vegan'. Ridiculous.
In fairness though, she wasn't doing it for ethical reasons...she said she just didn't like meat...apart from chicken, and sometimes beef. Which raises the question of why do it, if not for ethical reasons?
Anyway, when she proclaimed she'd been vegetarian for 2 weeks the next day, I told her about the scotch egg.
A friend from Uni who is one of those 'vegetarians' who still eats fish took a scotch egg off of me DESPITE me saying it had meat in it because she didn't believe me. When I finally convinced her that there really was meat in it she ate another one anyway. Stupid.
My mum buys stuff from the Aran Sweatershop every time we go to Galway, and she's a vegetarian.
don't hang her, plz.
that she's made her profile look anaemic?
People that don't eat meat = fair enough. Doing their bit, and all well and good for the planet / themselves / whatever.
People who bang on about not eating meat as if they're from some higher plane than the rest of us peons = fucking tedious.