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Sweet or salty popcorn?
salt ofc :lol:
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Alas, my question remains unanswered .-.
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Saw the title and I was like "It's gotta be Obolinda innit?" :rofl:

What's your favourite colour?
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Alas, my question remains unanswered .-.
I forgot, sorry! I prefer the ones you get ready-made at the shops like Tesco.

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Saw the title and I was like "It's gotta be Obolinda innit?" :rofl:

What's your favourite colour?
:lol:

Haven't got one :dontknow:
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Have you tried any decent vegan chocolate?
I’m not vegan, but don’t have dairy products and literally cannot find any nice chocolate which was the hardest thing for me to give up
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Have you tried any decent vegan chocolate?
I’m not vegan, but don’t have dairy products and literally cannot find any nice chocolate which was the hardest thing for me to give up
Get a vego chocolate bar.
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Have you tried any decent vegan chocolate?
I’m not vegan, but don’t have dairy products and literally cannot find any nice chocolate which was the hardest thing for me to give up
Not really a sweet tooth!
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(Original post by FutureMissMRCS)
Get a vego chocolate bar.
I’ll try it, thanks!!


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Not really a sweet tooth!
Ah so I’m guessing you’ve never had Lotus Biscoff spread?? If not you’re missing out hun
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I forgot, sorry! I prefer the ones you get ready-made at the shops like Tesco.
Haha, it's cool :P

Good choice tbh. I'm quite easy with all kinds of popcorn, but the cinema popcorn is so good!

Expensive though.. ^~^
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Ah so I’m guessing you’ve never had Lotus Biscoff spread?? If not you’re missing out hun
eww, it looks disgusting, cookies are yuck.
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eww, it looks disgusting, cookies are yuck.
Incorrect 😔😔😔 idk for you
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Have you tried any decent vegan chocolate?
I’m not vegan, but don’t have dairy products and literally cannot find any nice chocolate which was the hardest thing for me to give up
I really like the sainsbury's non-dairy chocolate bars, they're not too expensive either
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I really like the sainsbury's non-dairy chocolate bars, they're not too expensive either
This! They're really yummy
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I really like the sainsbury's non-dairy chocolate bars, they're not too expensive either
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This! They're really yummy
Had them and thought they tasted like sugar with margarine, couldn't taste any chocolate. Tasted like really cheap advent calander chocolate.
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Had them and thought they tasted like sugar with margarine, couldn't taste any chocolate. Tasted like really cheap advent calander chocolate.
Nothing wrong with cheap advent calendar chocolate!
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Had them and thought they tasted like sugar with margarine, couldn't taste any chocolate. Tasted like really cheap advent calander chocolate.
They are very sweet tbh. Maybe I just like the taste of cheap advent calendar chocolate :lol:
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Can honey, eggs or dairy ever be ethical?
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Nothing wrong with cheap advent calendar chocolate!
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Can honey, eggs or dairy ever be ethical?
Interesting question, thx. Since I'm opposed the exploitation and commodification of animals, I'm inclined to say no(mostly!).

Let's assume they treat the animals impeccably.
If we don't artificially inseminate cows and allow them to naturally breed, but keep them for their milk(while allowing the calf to have a sufficient amount), I would still consider it wrong by virtue you would be commodifying and exploiting the cow for our benefit. If milk drips and is accidentally collected in a container - don't really see the problem. Now, if we don't have chickens that selectively breed chickens to lay an unhealthy amount of eggs. Then, we don't immediately kill the male hens, keeping a hen for the eggs is commodification. Although if a hen abandons an unfertilised egg in the grass, would have no problem with it.

Don't really know about honey, bit unsure.
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Interesting question, thx. Since I'm opposed the exploitation and commodification of animals, I'm inclined to say no(mostly!).

Let's assume they treat the animals impeccably.
If we don't artificially inseminate cows and allow them to naturally breed, but keep them for their milk(while allowing the calf to have a sufficient amount), I would still consider it wrong by virtue you would be commodifying and exploiting the cow for our benefit. If milk drips and is accidentally collected in a container - don't really see the problem. Now, if we don't have chickens that selectively breed chickens to lay an unhealthy amount of eggs. Then, we don't immediately kill the male hens, keeping a hen for the eggs is commodification. Although if a hen abandons an unfertilised egg in the grass, would have no problem with it.

Don't really know about honey, bit unsure.
what is ur view on breast milk?
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what is ur view on breast milk?
That it is produced for human babies and is healthy for baby.
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