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Ferocious Banger

Vegan or not?

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OH NO

I'm a cock gobbler and I love to gobble cock

 

 

Um

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GTA-King
I'm a cock gobbler and I love to gobble cock

That is MY thing!

 

>:[

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Ferocious Banger
I'm a cock gobbler and I love to gobble cock

 

 

Um

OH NO!

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DEALUX

Being a vegetarian or vegan isn't easy. I wouldn't pursue such a lifestyle without getting informed first if the stuff you eat is enough to make you live healthily. I can't afford being one since I personally don't cook and probably wouldn't have the money to maintain a proper vegetarian diet. I'm also underweight and it's probably more risky for me.

 

Would I try it? I think I would. I'm not a big fan of meat, some of it is great but I'm sure I could live without it. I love vegetables and fruits a lot more to be honest. Generally they are less disgusting than meat.

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Tacymist

I like vegetables, but I also like to have a steak to go with them. So I'm an omnivore.

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Rebel

f*ck trying to eat nothing but vegetables. I mean, I love potatoes and carrots etc as much as the next guy but there's nothing like sinking your teeth into a bit of steak or bacon. Also, whoever said humans eating meat isn't natural are f*cking nuts. I'm pretty sure cavemen ate raw meat before they found fire.

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GTA-King

 

there's nothing like sinking your teeth into a bit of steak or bacon.

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OT: I'm having chicken tenders & french fries for supper. mmmmmmmm.

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Tacymist

God I love bacon. It just goes so well with everything, even more bacon.

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Ferocious Banger
Also, whoever said humans eating meat isn't natural are f*cking nuts.

As far as I can see, nobody has said anything remotely like that.

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OH NO

On the level tho, I'm a meat eater, dam right, but you chuck a typical uk sunday dinner in front of me and I tend to eat the veg first. Make of that what you will.

 

 

I always thought vegans were a myth anyway. Who lurks around in bushes eating stick insects and frogs?

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I<3GTAV

God, hamburgers are amazing. All that thick, juicy, greasy meat that was once an animal with a beating heart and active mind pleases my tastebuds.

 

Yes, I'm an omnivore, obviously.

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Piggsy pls
Also, whoever said humans eating meat isn't natural are f*cking nuts.

As far as I can see, nobody has said anything remotely like that.

There are some vegans on the net who will try to say that humans are naturally herbivores, but those people are too stupid to insult anyway, and know nothing about the animals they're trying to protect.

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trip
People can't take enough proteins if they don't eat meat and meat products.

 

Vegetarian is a choice, but it's definitely false choice. smile.gif

That is an untrue statement. My wife is a vegetarian of well over 30 years now. [For unrelated reasons] She is checked out by a dietitian every year and everything is a-ok. Usually the only thing vegetarians have to worry about is iron.

 

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waxman.

My father's a butcher. Does that answer your question?

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OH NO

A vegeterian butcher. Tthere's a thought.

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GTAforthe21thcentury

Carnivore all the way.

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Moonshield
It was just an example. People are omnivores, it has been scientifically proven. People can't take enough proteins if they don't eat meat and meat products.

 

Vegetarian is a choice, but it's definitely false choice. smile.gif

They definitely can if they eat smart and take supplements to make up for the enzymes they can't get without eating meat.

 

I'm definitely an omnivore, but I'd say the majority of the women I've dated since starting college have been vegetarian (and one vegan), so I've gotten used to veg-friendly food and recipes in my cooking. I'd say I probably eat meat 3-4 times a week, and likely more during the winter (hunting season and all that). I'm one of those assholes that only buys meat from local and safe farms, and that means it's typically more expensive (so I eat it less often), but that much more enjoyable. But I f*cking love cooking my daily eggs in rendered bacon fat when I have it.

 

But holy f*ck, there are some ignorant assholes in this thread.

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Finn 7 five 11
A part of the reason was peer pressure. I beleive that a lot of people start to eat meat just because of peer pressure. They get addicted to the tastes they provide us with.

The f*ck? Getting peer pressure to eat meat? Eating meat, is part of the human diet. Outliers like you are the ones that are trying to get us to force us to adapt to your ways. You guys just keep on failing, in that regard.

Not sure about the West; but there are families in India ( alot ) that avoid meat . It has continued for generations.

The people in your country would only have stopped eating meat when a culture/religion thing was formed, and by that stage the evolutionary process would have slowed down quite a lot since natural selection doesn't occur as much in a safe sheltered society. So your bodies over in your country would still be adapted to naturally eat and enjoy they taste of meat.

 

However, you are correct that it's perfectly feasible to be a healthy vegetarian and there is absolutely nothing wrong with doing that, if you believe you are saving animals, good for you.

 

For myself though? Well I eat meat, I love meat, and I will never ever stop eating meat simply because I enjoy it too much, and I do not particularly enjoy vegetables nearly as much. Also for the convenience and time factor, I do not really enjoy cooking so I spend as little time as possible gathering ingredients and cooking my meals, also the fact that I do not have a lot of spare time inbetween my other activities so eating meat is far more convenient, more cost effective, tastes better. I already have a difficult enough time keeping my calorific intake up because I weight lift, I don't need low-calorie vegetables making that more difficult and take longer tbh.

 

 

 

Here's the important part for all you vegetarians.

Besides, if we weren't killing millions of cows/sheep/deer/whatever for eating, something else would be, I guarantee you that, I can also guarantee that other animals aren't going around killing humanely, if you knew anything about Biology you would know this. If we all stop eating meat, something else will have more meat to consume, you would see an increase in carnivorous animals all around the world.

So you guys can leave your meat to the foxes if you want, but i'm going to enjoy it.

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Ferocious Banger

 

People can't take enough proteins if they don't eat meat and meat products.

 

Vegetarian is a choice, but it's definitely false choice.  smile.gif

That is an untrue statement. My wife is a vegetarian of well over 30 years now. [For unrelated reasons] She is checked out by a dietitian every year and everything is a-ok. Usually the only thing vegetarians have to worry about is iron.

..There's dates ( for example ) for that. icon14.gif

 

 

I can also guarantee that other animals aren't going around killing humanely

 

Nah, fin, Carnivores are extremely efficient killers generally. They chase, they leap and with one bite on the back of their pray's neck, they kill it. Quick and easy deaths. icon14.gif

 

Correct me if I am wrong.

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Gnocchi Flip Flops

 

You aren't a vegan if you drink milk...

There's a thing called soy milk:

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I'm not vegetarian and would never consider being one... just ugh! turn.gif

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Ben73

My ex was Vegetarian. She was anemic and always tired due to it. She has to take tablets daily due to not eating meat. I don't know how that is considered healthy at all.

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ryan_J
My ex was Vegetarian. She was anemic and always tired due to it. She has to take tablets daily due to not eating meat. I don't know how that is considered healthy at all.

Yeah I know a girl who is anaemic due to her vegetarianism its not uncommon.

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Finn 7 five 11

 

Nah, fin,  Carnivores are extremely efficient killers generally. They chase, they leap and with one bite on the back of their pray's neck, they kill it. Quick and easy deaths.  icon14.gif

 

Correct me if I am wrong.

Humans are More efficient killers actually, an animal will feel more pain being killed by an animal than a human, have you ever seen a fox attack a sheep? Do you really think a little fox can kill a full grown wooly sheep in one blow? No, it's going to attack the legs until it can't walk, and then try and bite the neck through the wool which is going to be very difficult when there is no humans shaving them, animals do not have precision machines. When slaughtered for meat by humans the cow dies instantly, unless someone is deliberately torturing it. The only difference being how the animal comes to that death.

In mass-producing cow factories the cows would be kept in cramped spaces for most of their life span, however this doesn't happen everywhere, in Australia most cattle are kept on paddocks to grow as opposed to these cramped quarters because we have large amounts of land available and a small population, so cattle here would probably have a good life until slaughter time, in which case they get killed quickly and efficiently.

 

In the wild a cattle would roam around much the same as they already do in Australia, except they would probably come to a more painful death in the end.

 

You can be a vegetarian still if you want to, that's your thing, not a problem, i'm just stating that in a country like Australia, the cattle are probably going to have a better fate being farmed for meat.

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Clem Fandango
In mass-producing cow factories the cows would be kept in cramped spaces for most of their life span, however this doesn't happen everywhere, in Australia most cattle are kept on paddocks to grow

I have absolutely no idea where you got that impression.

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sivispacem

Ferocious, I get the impression your primary objection to meat is based on two things- the principle of breeding for food, and the conditions in which some animals slaughtered for food are kept. Does that mean you've got no objection to game? I eat a great deal of game and wild fish, probably more than any other kind of unprocessed meat- rabbit, venison, grouse, pigeon, wild boar, pheasant, wild duck ect ect- this has all been killed whilst wild rather than being bred for slaughter. Do you object to this as much, and if so, why?

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WedgeAntilles

I love everything animal related, proper white veal is delicious and I also love foie gras.

mmm baby animal from a box.

Would love to try the Ortolan as well.

I have also tried elephant and giraffe blush.gif

I am part of the reason vegetarians don't like meat eaters.

 

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Typhus
Why don't you just kill a human and eat him? Humans are also animals, right? Humans will also die anyway, right?

I see very little problem in harvesting human meat to alleviate famine. Or allowing consensual cannibalism between two adults, or even allowing certain cannibalistic religious rituals, should you be into that kind of thing.

I know you want us to be outraged and aghast at the thought of such a thing, but I have never entirely understood the objection to eating human meat - especially as it apparently tastes like sweet pork, which sounds bloody delicious.

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A J
I eat a great deal of game and wild fish, probably more than any other kind of unprocessed meat- rabbit, venison, grouse, pigeon, wild boar, pheasant, wild duck ect ect- this has all been killed whilst wild rather than being bred for slaughter. Do you object to this as much, and if so, why?

Where you getting your game from? Have you tried partridge?

 

I produce organic lamb on the hills in North Wales, I also work a lot on a beef farm too. I know one thing for sure, sheep in the UK have a better life style than most cattle bred for beef. I hate the way farms are turning into just big warehouses full of animals, and every field is used to produce fodder to feed them.

 

 

have you ever seen a fox attack a sheep? Do you really think a little fox can kill a full grown wooly sheep in one blow? No, it's going to attack the legs until it can't walk, and then try and bite the neck through the wool which is going to be very difficult when there is no humans shaving them

 

Not sure about Austrailian foxes, but you aren't going to get any foxes in the UK attacking a fully grown sheep. Foxes are opportunistic predators, they kill for fun and will fully decapitate small lambs. But yeah you're general point is spot on, nature is cruel, it has to be.

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sivispacem

 

Where you getting your game from?

I live in an extremely rural area with numerous estate and farm shops; there are several specialist game dealers in my local town, and the Forest of Dean is less than an hour away. It's arguably the best place to get game in the whole of the UK in the North Gloucestershire/South Worcestershire/West Oxfordshire triangle.

 

 

Have you tried partridge?

I have, and it's delicious. As is quail, guinea fowl, wild turkey and Canada goose. The latter of which are very hard to get in the UK, sadly.

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Killerdude
Where you getting your game from?

I live in an extremely rural area with numerous estate and farm shops; there are several specialist game dealers in my local town, and the Forest of Dean is less than an hour away. It's arguably the best place to get game in the whole of the UK in the North Gloucestershire/South Worcestershire/West Oxfordshire triangle.

 

 

Have you tried partridge?

I have, and it's delicious. As is quail, guinea fowl, wild turkey and Canada goose. The latter of which are very hard to get in the UK, sadly.

Very short and specific times where you're actually allowed to hunt them for game. So it's not all that surpriseing they're hard to get.

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