Nor do I but I have no problem eating meat.(Original post by Ang|ophi|e)
I remember the year 2005. My new year's resolution was to become a vegetarian. I lasted for about one or two months until my family bought McDonalds and I gave into the temptation.
But I don't eat beef or pork. So I don't feel too bad.
Good luck to you!
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- 29-07-2007 23:31
- 30-07-2007 01:18
I love my chicken!
- 30-07-2007 01:25
oh man, i love chicken.
Anyone remember Tekken 3 when you used to get teh chicken powerups and it used to go CHICKENNNNNNNN in a hollywood film advert voice.
- 30-07-2007 01:27
for some reason i thought this thread was going to be somone announcing they were gay by the title...
but vegetarian = just as important congrats... and if you get cravings ive heard quorn does the job!
(Original post by Shockley)
- 04-08-2007 15:10
I am a firm believer in animal rights, I eat meat but I know that British meat is from animals that have been well cared for and have not suffered. Same with eggs with the lion stamp, we know the chickens are healthy and have been vaccinated.
However PETA take the piss. They tell people not to eat meat or even drink MILK. As much as I admire them for animal rights and exposing KFC, most of the time they use emotional blackmail unnecessarily. Everyone's entitled to an opinion but personally it should be an informed choice based on scientific fact.
*Source: working on the farm.
- 04-08-2007 16:41
I was a vegetarian for six years and I didn't find it a problem while I believed in it, however, as soon as I grew out of my saving the world phase I was attached to my friend's chicken mayo sandwhich in seconds