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Post by quinn allman's hair. on Wed 27 May 2009, 9:45 pm

Jack Skellington wrote:lol@chu My dad doesn't get it. LMFAOOO
lol@chu I nearly fell over from shock the other day when mine asked me if I'd been eating the lamb roast he's got in the fridge.

My face just sort of went he still didn't get it umm... .___.
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Post by LADIES AND GENTLEMEN on Wed 27 May 2009, 9:57 pm

Wtaf D: how hard is it to understand the concept of not liking to eat living creatures?

I mean, people say things like 'I wouldn't eat my dog, that's different', but it's not, really. Many animals killed for meat products have a stronger ability to form connections with human beings than common domesticated animals. Pigs for one are very intelligent, and cows have been known to form lifelong bonds with their owners.

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Post by Jack Skellington on Thu 28 May 2009, 4:52 am

I know! He was like "oh, well if you're trying to avoid hormones and whatever, you're still gonna get that shit in vegetables" and I was like -__-' NOT THE POINT.


>:[ It just makes me mad when people don't grasp the idea.

And I, for one, will never become a vegan. Just on the basic principle they don't eat cheese.
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Post by quinn allman's hair. on Thu 28 May 2009, 6:21 pm

lol@chu I've been taking little baby steps to becoming vegan. I've never liked eggs and I've cut out cheese, I think the next step for me is getting rid of milk and honey.

But up till now, milk's been my main way of getting calcium.

It does get to me when my dad doesn't get that the thought of eating flesh of any kind is repulsive to me, but when I think about it, it's just the way that he's been raised on the basic meat and three veg.

I should do more to educate him, but I don't want to sound like I'm pelting him with my views, because I hate it so much when people do that to me. hmmmm
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Post by Havok. on Sat 25 Jul 2009, 10:56 pm

It took a while for my parents to get used to it, but now they're being superawesome about it :D

I don't eat meat (although I do eat fish), and I don't eat dairy products if I can help it.

So... I'm a pescavegan.

I haven't needed to take any supplements so far, though it's only been a few months.

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Post by Breakdown on Thu 20 May 2010, 7:16 am

I've been doing things the vegan way on and off since January.
I've had some slips, like going to Europe and not being able to choose food for supper Dx, but overall it's been pretty good.
Cheese is the one thing I still miss but I know someone else in my city whose vegan, so hopefully he can show me some ways to make vegan cheese taste as yummy as real cheese.

But seriously, going vegan has been a challenge at times but overall it's made me feel so much better.
I have more energy and I've started to lose some of the weight that I couldn't get off before.

It was easy for me to cut out milk (I'm slightly lactose-intolerant) and eggs but cheese, as previously stated, is hard to let go of.
LMFAOOO

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