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    Would I automatically have no chance with a vegan girl because I eat meat?
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    Depends on the girl
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    I rarely eat eggs, I dont mind almond milk/chocolate soy, and I dont have meat everyday
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I rarely eat eggs, I dont mind almond milk/chocolate soy, and I dont have meat everyday
    Like someone already said, it depends on the girl.
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    Depends on the girl
    Idk if its worth making a move :holmes: and rhis would kindaa be online dating
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Idk if its worth making a move :holmes: and rhis would kindaa be online dating
    Piss off you smelly baby eater. You'll have no chance with her.

    Why don't you stick with going out with other baby eating hoes?
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    Does the OP think TSR is some sort of all-knowing council that laser-engraves dogmas onto stone or...?
    Who knows ...you'll have to discuss that with the girl you're interested in..if she discards you solely based on your diet then you should move on
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    I'm vegan dating a meat eater so yeah it depends on the girl but I wouldn't say you don't have chance.


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    If vegan girls are like vegan me they might even prefer a non-vegan partner because of the hope that they could encourage them to go vegan. Whereas one cannot convert someone to veganism who is already vegan. But I'd have to think about it some more to even be sure I would.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Would I automatically have no chance with a vegan girl because I eat meat?
    Well, I'm not a girl but my boyfriend is a meat eater. I'm vegetarian. But I'm not trying to forcefully convert him or anything.
    In most cases, you will be fine
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    just dont expect her to eat your meat
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    im vegan and i would date someone who eats meat, everyone is free to their own choice
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    Depends on the girl. I'm vegan, all you'd have to do is not talk loads about how great meat is and respect my beliefs. I personally find watching people eat 'gory' meat like chicken legs and fish on the bone to be a turn off, but everyone's different.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Would I automatically have no chance with a vegan girl because I eat meat?
    I'm vegan, my boyfriend is a meat eater... we get on fine, obviously we both try to convince the other to change diet but other than that everythings great
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    I am vegan and I don't really care if you eat meat. It is your choice, as long as you don't make me eat meat and respect me not wanting meat in the house (maybe only as pets food) it is fine with me.

    Both of my partners are meat eaters.... (I'm polyamorous, but it's a different story).

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    It might be because my main reason for being vegan is health reason and not moral views.
 
 
 
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