picky eaters, do they bother you?

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  1. vanessabbc

    vanessabbc Active Member

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    Say we went out for dinner. Im a pretty picky eater because I am vegan. no meat, cheese or dairy products no eggs or honey.Just so I know ahead of time, would that annoy you or would you like to know in advance so you can pick a proper place?
     
  2. BlkTyler

    BlkTyler Well-Known Member Real Person Gold Member

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    I would appreciate it if you let me know beforehand. This would not annoy me at all. I want to be able to pick a proper place that we can both enjoy and one that certainly accommodates you best. I would not mind trying something new
     
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  3. California's #1 BBC

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    Whatever you like would be fine. A heads up would be nice so the place i choose would accomadate your needs
     
  4. MacNfries

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  5. theshaw81

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    I'm vegan as well.
     
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  7. theshaw81

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    Because you're body isn't filled with rotting dead animals.
     
  8. Splitter

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    I'm an extremely healthful eater, so I prefer it. That said, it's worth noting being vegan doesn't necessarily make you a healthful eater, although it's a strong proxy.
     
  9. theshaw81

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    There's a lot of vegan junk food, but unless you're just eating oreos and the faux-meat stuff you're probably a lot healthier than most people. I don't consider myself picky though, just don't eat stuff that came from an animal.
     
  10. Splitter

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    The problem with vegan is that there are only so many healthful things to eat, and by crossing out chicken, fish and eggs, you're not left with many high-caloric options. Many vegans I know consume a lot more carbs/sugar than they otherwise would if they allowed themselves high-quality egg/occasional meat options.

    I don't consume red meat or dairy, and have experimented extensively with vegan. It just wasn't for me, though. I exercise too much, my metabolism is too high, and I don't like cooking excessively for myself.
     
  11. theshaw81

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    I eat a lot of beans, potatoes, rice and other grains like that. I think people have a fear of carbs. The fact that they break down to sugar is not the same as drinking soda or ingesting tons of refined processed sugar.
     
  12. Xtreme8100

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    Haha... I can relate to this as I am a vegetarian myself.
     
  13. Splitter

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    Carbs are sugar, that much is true. No one said it's the same as soda or processed sugar, though, so that's needlessly preemptive.

    I eat a lot of potatoes, beans and (forbidden; no more white) rice. And I love split peas, lentils, and all kinds of legumes and nuts. But the only vegan things that have a lot of calories are avocados and nuts. I eat them all the time, but it's simply not enough.

    I can make potato soup and lentil and cauliflower soup, and bam, I'm hungry again two hours later.

    I love a lot of vegan cuisine and regularly consume it. I aspire to become a vegetarian and, maybe, a vegan one day, strictly for spiritual/religious/moral reasons (the carbon imprint from meat eating is 3-4x the carbon imprint from transportation), but it will take time.
     
  14. theshaw81

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    Potatoes have a lot of calories and so do beans. They're very filling anyway.
     
  15. mywayintermsofsex

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    i attest! My ex-gf is vegan too and i always loved the smell and taste of her pussy. :angel: She also has showed me all the places in town; so, just in case you pay me a visit one day, i know where to take you out for dinner, hehe.
    i don`t have a problem with vegan`s at all - most of them are above average intelligent people - there is scientific proof. ;) i am not vegan, though, but mostly* lacto-vegetarian.

    *) sometimes i eat hen eggs, but never from the supermarket, only from a farmer i know personally, and where i can watch the chicks (<= no pun intended) run around in freedom anytime i like. :)
     
  16. lostgf2blk

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    This is not nearly as sexy a subject of conversation as the smell of vanessa's pussy. Why no honey? It's just bee poop.
     
  17. mywayintermsofsex

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    Seriously ...?
    But let`s leave vanessa`s pussysmell alone; seems she`s already quit. :|
     
  18. mywayintermsofsex

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    Sorry, my mistake. She only limits access to her profile. (Why would anybody do such a thing? *wondering*)
     
  19. vanessabbc

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    Vegans dom't eat any product that is animal derived. I never ate a lot of honey anyway so that part was easy for me. If I want something like, say, honey mustard I just use agave nectar.

    lol, and yea my pussy smells fine. eating a lot of raw vegetables removes a lot of toxins from your body. I know my hubby loves it when he motorboats ny snatch, lol. and yea, I keep my own check too.:p
     
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  20. vanessabbc

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    I don't understand this. The only limits I have to my profile is members only. If you are a member here you shouldn't have any problems what-so-
    ever. what do you wanna know anout me, I will andwer, lol

    the only reason I have the only members filter on is because as a happily married girl, I didn't want some random dude to say " hey thats the gal that works at ****** realty! If they are members here at least I know we have a shared interest.

    but seriously, if there is an issue with my account being viewed, can an admin help me out here? what did I do wrong?
     
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