I’m from Bristol, lice in Norwich and don’t miss meat. I occasionally crave steak but that’s rare and becoming less frequent. I ate chicken last year when a piece of it got onto my vegetarian pizza (Dominos fucked up). Didn’t know it was chicken and it was disgusting.
I’ve always had them, it’s just within the last few years I’ve realised its okay to express them and to try and make the world a better place!
Why are you asking me this? :s I’ve never mentioned it before. Anyway, it’s pâté made with duck livers who have been force-fed a high fat diet. I went to Barcelona with my ex a couple of years ago, where someone ordered it for us despite my being pescetarian at the time. Naturally, I sat there, disgusted, as everyone ate it. And yeah, I judged them all for it, especially as I’d pointed out to my boyfriend at the time what it was. (I only knew when it actually arrived because I couldn’t understand the menu, as if I’d known I’d have said not to get it beforehand.)
A vegan diet is cheaper than meat; rice, beans, lentils, etc are the cheapest of all foods. I suppose I’d suggest you search online for accurate information about veganism as there’s a lot of misconceptions out there. Also, you can change anything if you want to. It might not be an overnight change but if you don’t try gradually, then you’ll never accomplish much in life because not much worth doing is easy.
Such an island wouldn’t exist, as the animals would need to eat something. If you’re asking whether I’d choose to eat meat if I were in a situation where I’d die otherwise, then yes. I would do so but that’s not relevant to the society I live in, where we have so much to choose from when it comes to vegan foods.
It’s something I know nothing about so I’m not really wanting to make a judgement on it. I definitely think it is probably different with each case so I wouldn’t say I have a specific view one way or another; if the child doesn’t want to go back with the parents then I would say that it wouldn’t be fair to make them, but I wouldn’t necessarily say that if a child wanted to go back that they should do so, particularly with cases of Stockholm syndrome.
Rock climbing and I’ll be getting into cycling soon. I want to start more HIIT as well. My favourite food, at the moment, is date and orange smoothies (even though I shouldn’t really combine those foods together).
The way to start being more outspoken is to start standing up for yourself; it’s easier to start with small and less meaningful things and conquer those before moving onto bigger aspects of your life. It’s something I still struggle with daily.
Yes, absolutely. If people say you are unable to do something, what they really mean is they think you won’t be able to do it because they either failed or didn’t try. Seriously, I was told all my life I couldn’t do what I wanted and had to get a ‘normal’ job. It’s just people being duped by the system into thinking they have to be a certain way in order to survive.
I’d say it’s different depending on the person and what’s been done. But people can always change for the better; it’s good to always try and better oneself because always striving to make small changes for the better are all you can really do. Drastic changes over a short period of time tend not to work as well as gradually transitioning toward a life you feel is good. However, that’s not to say that I am condoning continuing behaviour that harms others!
I didn’t do much today, just got some work done really. Going to play computer games this evening. :)
One, that’s not the law and two, you don’t even know whether I said no or not and I’m not going to discuss that with you so I’d appreciate you not presuming that I was not raped based on your incorrect opinion of what rape is along with your misinformation about whether I did or did not say no on any of the occasions I was raped.