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    [quote author=gmoreno link=board=21;threadid=9637;start=0#msg90080 date=1099066808]
    Yeah my gf not too happy with me being vegitarian. I still havent started but I am slowly getting rid of all meat products. But I have made a couple vegitatian meals with her. She says if I turn vegan she will break up with me.
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    Why would she do that? What does she care what you eat (as long as you don't force her to eat what you do)?

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    [quote author=trickster link=board=21;threadid=9637;start=0#msg90081 date=1099066911]
    [quote author=gmoreno link=board=21;threadid=9637;start=0#msg90080 date=1099066808]
    Yeah my gf not too happy with me being vegitarian. I still havent started but I am slowly getting rid of all meat products. But I have made a couple vegitatian meals with her. She says if I turn vegan she will break up with me.
    [/quote]
    Why would she do that? What does she care what you eat (as long as you don't force her to eat what you do)?
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    I am thinking of a word that starts with b to describe her - but I think it's better to just chalk it up to general insanity.

  3. #23

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    hey gmoreno,
    heck yea - lots of opposition. i have been a vegi for about 20 years. my family is cool and for the most part it has been an asset in the woman department i have dropped a few girlfriends because they had crap i did not like.

    at work it is no big deal, most people are cool. even when i was in the military not many people gave me slack. i have had people act weird... the biggest annoyance is people acting like they need to make something special when i come over.

    i have had people be mean about it, but i gotta live in my skin. like lovechild said the animals really have a crappy - nay, horrid existance. people don't need to eat meat, if they did i should be kinda weak or dead by now. most tri-athletes are vegatarian or even vegan.

  4. #24

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    Well I guess as soon as people know that I am doing this they will accept it. But even my bro has given me crap.

    Anyways I found this. This which is an eye opening experience.
    http://www.meetyourmeat.com/

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    Enter the MEATRIX!!
    http://www.themeatrix.com/

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    My mom is vegetarian, my dad and sisters don't eat animals that have lungs. I was born eating fish as the only meat in my diet, and when I was in like 5th grade my mom cut that out, so I followed her lead.

    But when I switched to veganism, I did get a bit of crap. But seriously, the social awkwardness we have to put up with is nothing compared to what the animals put up with.

    Some people I talk to about it find it real cool and ask lots of questions enthusiasitcally. Some people don't really care either way. And someone try to give me as hard a time about it as they can. *Shrug* It'd be harder for me to go back to eating dairy/eggs than it was to give it up.

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    no dairy and no eggs... what kind of monster are you..

    there's a limit to what I can tolerate...

    [me=Lovechild]eats his delayed weekend breakfast: orangejuice, cornflakes with milk, fruit and an egg. -- see no meat, and I promise you that the chicken who laid that egg has the best possible life, no small cages, ability to go outside anytime they want, plenty of weeds to eat... infact I think it all round has a better life than me, except I won't end up in a soup pot when I get old.. but hey by then I'll be to tired to care, eat me if you want.[/me]

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    [quote author=Lovechild link=board=21;threadid=9637;start=0#msg90267 date=1099741816]
    no dairy and no eggs... what kind of monster are you..

    there's a limit to what I can tolerate...

    [me=Lovechild]eats his delayed weekend breakfast: orangejuice, cornflakes with milk, fruit and an egg. -- see no meat, and I promise you that the chicken who laid that egg has the best possible life, no small cages, ability to go outside anytime they want, plenty of weeds to eat... infact I think it all round has a better life than me, except I won't end up in a soup pot when I get old.. but hey by then I'll be to tired to care, eat me if you want.[/me]
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    cool! We buy only cage free eggs too

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    I am a die hard omnivore. Comes with the teeth I guess...8). Most of the beef I eat, comes from my grandfathers farm. They have it pretty good there, no mistreatment or anything. I used to raise chickens (free roaming) for eggs and meat also. BUT I also dig a good salad.

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    what about juicers?

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