Vegetarian's

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ziggyfiley

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What a funny bunch they are. I have a fish and chip shop. Today a lady came in with what looked like her mother all smiles and niceness. I asked her if she'd like any fish putting in. She said could I ask if you fry in oil I said no sorry I only fry in beef dripping. Well this nice lady's face changed and gave me a look like I'd just head butted her 90 year old granny. I wouldn't mind but it looked like her husband sat in the car outside had leather seats and steering wheel in there fancy motor
 
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Druid

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Funny isn't it. Eat the flesh of the fish but get stroppy about the fat it's fried in????m
the modern world is a strange place innit.
 

perdix

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It's a personal choice thing so at the end of the day I have no problem if anyone doesn't want to eat what we are designed to eat-a mixed and varied diet.
However what does get on my wick is the need to point out at every given chance that they are veggies,the fact if they visit you you make allowances with any food served and yet you are expected to eat non-meat only when you go to them and the moral high ground many seem to think they have.
PS..................my brother and his partner are sodding veggies :D
 

ziggyfiley

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No she stomped out in a huff especially when I told her no others fish shops in the town fried in oil either.
 

Lloyd90

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why is quorn etc made into burgers and sausages ?

Cos they atleast like to pretend there eating something tidy whilst chewing there quorn lol ... to be fair I have tried a few , some are alright, some taste like card board ... It's vegan's I feel sorry for, there not much the poor buggers can eat :rofl:
 

Pedro

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Some eat fish, some eat eggs, some won't touch milk, some won't have anything at all to do with anything animal. I can't keep up with it all.

To be honest, they're entitled to their opinion and I'd fight for anyone's right to eat what they want and believe what they want. (Easy to say, I know, being too old to be in anyone's army). But the one thing I can't understand is those that will turn their noses up because you shoot a pheasant and eat it, then go home and eat a chicken that has lived a matter of weeks being intensively farmed in atrocious conditions.
 

User00014

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Some eat fish, some eat eggs, some won't touch milk, some won't have anything at all to do with anything animal. I can't keep up with it all.

To be honest, they're entitled to their opinion and I'd fight for anyone's right to eat what they want and believe what they want. (Easy to say, I know, being too old to be in anyone's army). But the one thing I can't understand is those that will turn their noses up because you shoot a pheasant and eat it, then go home and eat a chicken that has lived a matter of weeks being intensively farmed in atrocious conditions.

Sorry you have bitten off more than you can chew with this one!

Have. You actually been to a broiler poultry farm???

Or are you running on about things you know nothing about, and only saying what the media speculates.

British poultry is reared in the best conditions in the world under the strictest regulations in the world.

How do I know this is fact - because I'm a broiler farm manager and I have to BY law rear my birds to these regulations.

So if you have substantial evidence of atrocious conditions please share. Until.then I would refrainfrom running on about things you know nothing about.
 

Munty1

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My wife is a veggie who doesn't drink, perfect, very cheap to take out and can drive me home when the world gets wobble.

If anyone has a go at me for shooting she steps in and asks them if they eat meat if they say yes, well she has a real go at them as she thinks any meat eater should have the guts to do it themselves and anything shot normally has a better life than any animal produced.
 

finnbear270

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I always point out those two little teeth, those that are designed for tearing meat,:D, Then we have a female member of the family (on her side), that will have all the veg on offer, but then pours the MEAT derived gravy all over it!!!!!!!:rolleyes:
 

swarovski

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I wonder how many vegatarians got leather 3 piece suites and cars with leather upholstery, leather shoes, if against eating flesh of any form because it had to be killed I think they should stand by the whole thing rather than what suits their ideas
 

Jagdmatch

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We have a vegan in our house. Eats something called Linda Macartney sausages all of the time. Poor old Linda has been gone for some time so I think it's a bit sad to be boxing up her turds for veggies to eat.
 

kuwinda

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My daughters a veggie and has been for about fifteen years and doesn't ram it down anyone's throat - doesn't stop her coming to the pheasant beating and gathering up handfuls of pheasies.

She objects to the intensive way most meat is produced and the effect meat has on the body - and I have to say I have a lot of sympathy for that point of view........
 

bobt

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We have a vegan in our house. Eats something called Linda Macartney sausages all of the time. Poor old Linda has been gone for some time so I think it's a bit sad to be boxing up her turds for veggies to eat.

Our old spaniel would eat turds no problem, but turned his nose up at a Linda Macartney sausage, looked at me like someone had tried to poisen him,
god knows whats in em but no way would he touch it.

the veggie who had offered it was most put out, it could have been the rest of us with meat laughing.
 
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