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    couldn't be arsed cooking two separate meals.... ditch and run before they become a vegan-gelicist
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    Absolutely no chance. Meat is good for you.
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    (Original post by batman1308)
    Absolutely no chance. Meat is good for you.
    How would you approach it, disregard their views and force it on them? Or just outright leave?
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    It would be very easy as I just could feed her grass from the garden and save money on food shopping.
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    **** that
    i wouldnt hit up with a vegan
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    I would use this opportunity to eat healthier but I would still eat meat lol
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    This was an experience I had to endure, my ex-wife decided to be one of those types of vegans.

    She'd make all kinds of noises of an unpleasant kind when one ate meat in front of her. It got to one stage where she'd say the kitchen was a vegan only kitchen.

    Finally one day she had cooked dinner, I took 2 spoonfuls and asked the kids who wanted Nando's and unsurprisingly all of them followed me.

    The next day I did the same again and it was McD's

    Don't get me wrong, I do love my vegetables and am a connoisseur for the best tasting vegetables, however there simply needs to be a balance, some steaks, some salmon, some bacon and some chicken breasts are good for you as are cheese
 
 
 
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