Log In
Log In
Forgot Password?
Log in with one click Log in with Facebook
Sign Up

You've earned

Join now and earn 30 Swag Bucks

We'll give you up to 30 Swag Bucks to start

Email

Password

Forgot Password?

Confirm Password

I have a sign up code (optional)

By Signing up I agree to the Terms and Privacy Policy
Join
Have an account?  

Sign up with one click

Daily Polls

Poll From: 01/12/2013

Swag Bucks are awarded for participating in the current Daily Poll only.See Previous Polls

Do you participate in Meatless Mondays? Submitted By tsubasakura, NY
Yes, I make a point of not eating any meat on Mondays.
Every day is meatless for me.
Not necessarily, but I'm trying to eat less meat.
No, but I'm considering it in some way.
I'm not interested in giving up meat.
Vote
Comment on this poll
silencebabyy
on 01/18/13
whats the point of meatless mondays...why not meatless always
JuliaFaraday
on 01/20/13
Not everyone is rich.
Lmelaku406
on 01/04/14
I like ur reply! :)
sade01
on 01/20/13
I agree it can be costly, but if people made like a little garden in their backyard but fruits and veg. it would help, but that does take time and dedication, and people today are on the go. it's Do-able though
Lmelaku406
on 01/04/14
I've never heard of Meatless Monday. However, I will not give meat up b/se I love it too much. Especially fish, turkey, & of course chicken! The non unhealthy red meat ones.
Kiefcatcherniga
on 03/23/13
Eating meat provides proteins, helps you live longer stronger.
dhfhs2
on 02/09/13
Most vegans don't become vegans for health, they do it because they feel like cannibals eating meat, and they don't understand why meat eaters don't feel the same. Which is why they try to convert us.
casperjo1982
on 02/09/13
dhfhs2 liked this  
Who came up with Meatless Mondays lol? Really? Is this some religious thing? If it is, swag is not the place to post a poll question like that.
ree2856
on 01/18/13
flamel liked this  
We need meat as well as vegetables .
flamel
on 01/31/13
you are my new best friend
silencebabyy
on 01/18/13
there are other sources of protein
shrinkingcindy
on 01/27/13
Can hardly afford meat on any day but don't skip it on purpose ever.
Jeannien10
on 01/22/13
dhfhs2 liked this  
I like meat
sade01
on 01/20/13
didnt know this existed. But its kool b/c I want to become a vegan
JamIvory
on 01/18/13
dhfhs2 liked this  
meat is my life
dstny79
on 01/17/13
kheitkamp liked this  
I hadn't heard it as a "movement". I have an odd thing with meats. I only like white meats like chicken breast and turkey breast. Red meats have to be well done. And no bones. I feel like a cannibal. LOL. I just love fruits, vegetables, breads and dairy products.
tmotsing
on 01/16/13
why should I go meatless on Mondays when I do on Fridays any how?
HopefulGJL23
on 01/14/13
LotRFan2 liked this  
I've never heard of meatless Mondays. I know the Catholics have their no-meat-Fridays, but never before have I ever heard of meatless Mondays. I'm wondering how that all started? I think I'll go do a Swagbucks search!
HopefulGJL23
on 01/14/13
Awesome - I got 15 SB for it - Nice! :-)
quilter340
on 01/14/13
better than carbs
bertstare
on 01/12/13
dhfhs2 and 3 others liked this  
It sounds like a terrible idea to me, for 2 reasons:

1) Meat contains lots of protein, which is good for many things including maintaining muscle, increasing metabolism, etc.

2) Meat isn't bad for you. As part of a healthy diet, lean meats are a great addition.
sailorferrets
on 01/12/13
Makar69 and 1 others liked this  
Simply untrue. Especially factory farmed meat. Super easy to get your protein and everything else you need without having to torture and kill sentient beings. At the very least, buy local and avoid factory farmed meat. Even the science that supports meat eating says you should try to limit your intake and that the average American eats way too much.
bertstare
on 01/14/13
JuliaFaraday liked this  
Please PM me the studies you have showing health problems with eating meat in any quantity.
lovelyladyT76
on 01/12/13
triathlon29 liked this  
meatless monday or any day is all good if you care about your heart, and your health.
Meat is what causes alot of health problems. IF YOU CANT SHAKE MEAT TRY AT LEAST A FEW TIMES A WEEK
trip out on the difference it makes.. BUT THIS IS MY OPINOIN EVERYBODYS DIFFERENT...
bertstare
on 01/14/13
Meat doesn't negatively impact health or the heart.
LillyRoseDawg
on 01/12/13
JenOlson and 2 others liked this  
if you all read about factory farming, or watch some of the films that show how your "food" is obtained .. everyday would be meatless monday ... and your arteries will thank you too
bertstare
on 01/14/13
Dietary cholesterol does not impact blood cholesterol, so actually no, going meatless does not help your arteries.
sdbc521
on 01/12/13
MaggieOCONN47 and 2 others liked this  
if you think meat is ok then you need to watch forks over knives and meatvideo.com
triathlon29
on 01/12/13
PS. Or if you want to see the bad effects of eating lots of meat you should see the effects of it on my mother-in-law who despite out of control diabetes and other bad health still insists meat is good for you.
bertstare
on 01/14/13
HopefulGJL23 liked this  
I replied on your other comment, but I'll say it again: meat does not cause diabetes. Diabetes is caused by problems with the regulation of blood sugar.
triathlon29
on 01/12/13
Sounds interesting!
bertstare
on 01/12/13
gasolinepropane liked this  
I'll believe it's not okay when I see peer-reviewed literature saying it causes health problems. Please PM me if you have studies.
ajwardon
on 01/12/13
CuteLindsey86 and 3 others liked this  
AMEN!! Forks Over Knives is on Netflix and is very interesting!
jessierenee0330
on 01/12/13
CuteLindsey86 and 4 others liked this  
For those of you who answered "I'm not interested in giving up meat" should really reconsider changing your eating habits. Think of your body as a car, you wouldn't put dirty oil in the engine or replace your tires with ones that are bald. There's a reason why meat is not at the bottom of the food pyramid....watch "Forks over Knives" and you'll get the point.
bertstare
on 01/14/13
Meat doesn't cause health problems, and a documentary does not prove your point without valid sources. Please post peer-reviewed studies if you want to prove something.
triathlon29
on 01/12/13
CuteLindsey86 and 1 others liked this  
Or meet my mother in law who is dying of bad diabetes, but still insists meat is great for her.
bertstare
on 01/14/13
dhfhs2 and 1 others liked this  
Meat doesn't have anything to do with diabetes...
Commanderxp90
on 01/12/13
Yes what I need: meat for my diabetic.
donteatpoop
on 01/12/13
HopefulGJL23 and 9 others liked this  
We consume more meat than we need to in America. I wasn't aware of meatless Monday, but I guess it's a good idea. For some reason, every meal in America seems to include meat. That's not the norm for the rest of the world.

That being said. Meat is delicious.
jambrony
on 01/12/13
who cares what the rest of the world does.
triathlon29
on 01/12/13
Bankerella liked this  
Most other developed countries out live those in the US.
jambrony
on 01/12/13
still who cares what happens in the rest of the world
elfennau
on 01/12/13
People who like to have an awareness of the world as a whole instead of trying to stay sheltered and isolated, for one. :)
triathlon29
on 01/12/13
Well, there are lots of things we can learn from the rest of the world. In fact many people on this site are from all over the world including about how to eat healthier. If you just stick to your ways and don't consider other ideas than you don't progress as a society.
bertstare
on 01/12/13
HopefulGJL23 and 2 others liked this  
I disagree. We eat more junk than we need. Lean meats are a great source of protein and good for a healthy diet.
elfennau
on 01/12/13
In moderation, yes. Many people do eat too much meat in America, however. And usually the fatty types on top of it. Protein is essential for a proper diet, but it doesn't always have to come from meats. Far too many people in America don't balance meats to other things in meals, and topload on the meats.
bertstare
on 01/14/13
HopefulGJL23 liked this  
I would agree that consumption of fatty meats is too high, but one really can't overconsume lean meats. If anything, America overconsumes sugar, junk food and grains, while underconsuming protein. I'd wager that health would increase if MORE emphasis was placed on (lean) meat, rather than other things.
meganhutto
on 01/12/13
Abunny808 liked this  
Vegan and proud of it! Maybe people should do research on how much more harm eating animals do then "good." I am healthy as could be so please don't use that protein myth on me!
bertstare
on 01/14/13
HopefulGJL23 liked this  
Please show scientific, peer-reviewed studies showing the "harm" of animal protein. That "protein myth" has been proven in the scientific field. Studies show that higher protein intakes help build/maintain muscle.
PunkRotten
on 01/12/13
triathlon29 liked this  
60% is a really high number for people who are probably in poor health don't give a damn about it. Or really just ignorant about it. Hh well, they can enjoy being overweight, depressed, anxious, sluggish, high blood pressure, diabetic etc
bertstare
on 01/14/13
Meat doesn't cause health problems. A poor diet does.
mmmthasgood
on 01/14/13
bertstare and 2 others liked this  
I eat meat and my health is great! Meat is protein. Be a little more intelligent.
SrAnastasia
on 01/14/13
Technically no - however, in this house, Wednesday is usually meatless & Friday is fish only.
allioop2001
on 01/14/13
SB needs to get rid of the commenting
happychick77::2013-0".."+
on 01/12/13
mmmthasgood and 13 others liked this  
Cows are not my friends. Nor are chickens, dumbest creatures...stop the 'face' blather. I grew up on a farm, was chased and bitten by a pig..pigs are not my friends. I eat a lot of vegs and fruits; vegs and fruits are very nice, but not my friends either ;-> Protein is needed for a good balanced diet. If we were meant to eat tofu, it would be growing on trees. :)
NotAnOunceOfSwag
on 01/13/13
You do realize where tofu comes from don't you?
PunkRotten
on 01/12/13
meganhutto liked this  
Lots of protein is in other foods other than meat. Maybe you should educate yourself on the human digestive system and learn what is best for your body. because you are clueless...
indiegrrl83
on 01/12/13
JMarie73 and 1 others liked this  
Although you're correct that protein is needed for a balanced diet, you are correct in implying that animal products are required to obtain sufficient protein. A well-balanced whole foods (i.e., not processed) vegan diet provides sufficient protein for most people's needs even without consuming soy products or seitan. For example, some mushrooms are nearly 50% protein and broccoli is also very high in protein. That being said, eating a whole foods vegan/vegetarian diet isn't exactly convenient (and I find it relatively expensive in my area, although that varies with where one lives).

There are even professional athletes who are vegan/vegetarian AND avoid soy and seitan -- please don't perpetuate the myth that consuming enough protein on a vegan diet is impossible.
bertstare
on 01/14/13
HopefulGJL23 liked this  
"Enough" is not the same as "optimal" though. "Enough" is calculated to be around 50g a day. An optimal amount to maintain/build muscle would be well over 100g a day. Your post also does not address the need for a spectrum of amino acids (particularly leucine for muscle), which is not found as easily in vegan sources of food.
indiegrrl83
on 01/12/13
Er, long day -- that is supposed to be "you are incorrect in implying..."

And no, I'm not a vegan or vegetarian, but I only eat meat several times a week because good quality meat is pricey (I don't eat chicken or pork -- I'm a beef lover).
Makar69
on 01/12/13
TheQueenKasey and 5 others liked this  
If we were meant to eat meat, it would be growing on trees. Or more realistically, we would have evolved to have fangs, speed, and power. And since I assume there aren't any cheetah people out there, I'm thinking it's safe to say we don't have those things. I know I could not take a zebra down by myself even if I wanted to eat meat.
Vern1998::2013-06-01".."+
on 01/13/13
HopefulGJL23 liked this  
We may not be as fast as a cheetah or have fangs and be as strong as a cheetah but we are smart and cunning and can run very fast compared to smaller game and it would be very easy to kill an animal by thwacking it over the head with a stick or something, God gave us thumbs instead of sharp teeth and claws. It would be very simple to catch what we need to survive just like all other wild animals do if we had to. There is absolutely nothing wrong with eating meat. God put it here on earth for us so we could thrive and be healthy. I hunt and fish and have lived on a farm my entire life, I can catch turtles, rabbits, snakes, armadillos, whatever I want. Meat is my friend, not 'tofu'. It sounds like toe food...
dhfhs2
on 01/13/13
HopefulGJL23 liked this  
Humans eat meat because I eat meat. Deal with it.
Equuleus
on 01/12/13
HopefulGJL23 and 1 others liked this  
If we WEREN'T made to eat meat, we wouldn't be able to digest it. There are animals that are truly vegetarian and can't even process it. And yes, humans are capable of taking down wild animals, we just need tools to do it. You know we haven't been using slaughterhouses for all these centuries, yeah?
mrszach
on 01/12/13
we have teeths that are meant for tearing meat just like other meat eating animals
Makar69
on 01/12/13
triathlon29 liked this  
Tearing can be applied to more foods than just meat. You shouldn't assume that's the only reason you have them.
Lovina
on 01/12/13
HopefulGJL23 and 2 others liked this  
How is (correctly) describing humans as ominvores by any means promote you eating carrion and engage in cannibalism? Even with the ability to eat anything, don't we still also have the ability to choose what to eat? (For example, you "CHOOSE" not to eat meat even though you have the ability to do so if you would like.) Also... how does our ability to "tear" into other foods mean that we cannot use our teeth to tear into meat? I will not tell anyone that they have to eat meat - after all, it is not the only source of protein - but it has been part of the healthy diet of humans since before we learned to walk upright and is natural for me to eat since it is an excellent source (though not the only source) of protein and other nutrients. As for evolving into sabertoothed 100mph runners, I don't have to. Even though I can't chase down a zebra, I can grab a chicken like nobody's business. Our brains have also evolved to allow us less strenuous ways to ob
Lovina
on 01/12/13
...tain food.
elfennau
on 01/12/13
Blakens and 4 others liked this  
We WERE meant to eat meat. We evolved as omnivores, as pack hunter/gatherers. Like many other omnivores, we use cleverness to obtain meat, not speed or strength. There are many different types of hunters in nature, that use many different types of strategies to obtain their food. Don't assume all hunters are exactly like the one single type you decided to reference. A little easy research shows how terrible an assumption that really is. Nature is far more varied than you give it credit for being.
Makar69
on 01/12/13
triathlon29 liked this  
By that logic, I am meant to eat carrion and cannibalize? That's no good for the survival of the species. I was giving an example, not explaining every single method of obtaining meat.
dboylonnie
on 01/12/13
Smoopy65 and 7 others liked this  
Humans aren't wild like cheetahs and lions...we use our very advanced, logical brain to develop tools and weapons needed to hunt. Humans have been eating animals since before we even began to THINK about documenting our accomplishments to record a period of human history. Also, considering humans DO have "fangs"(canines), coupled with large molars for non-flesh substances, I would think that the correct term for a human's diet is "Omnivore", otherwise known as an eater of meat and plants. Now, I'm not going to stand here all day and say you should eat meat, you shouldn't eat meat, etc... I eat meat, and I could care less if you do or not. But don't dare say Humans are not meant to eat meat since in a time before now most humans were hunter nomads, prior to learning they could grow food from the ground and settle in one area, at which time they became hunter/gatherers (still hunting meat I see...). If you are a vegetarian, fine. Don't force
swapnaminous
on 01/12/13
HopefulGJL23 and 2 others liked this  
I've liked several postings, but yours by far is the best non-judgemental posting I've read yet. I've tried vegetarianism 2 times the first time I got such a headache until I gave in and had a hamburger. The second time I included eggs and dairy, and kept at in for 6 mos., but I eventually went back to eating meat..... Over all I have to agree we as a species are meant to be meat-eaters, we were just lucky enough to be the smarter species that over came the majority of potential enemies and invented protection from being other species "meals".
Could you imagine if no one ate meat and all the animals were allowed to breed to their hearts content?
meganhutto
on 01/12/13
triathlon29 liked this  
I have been a vegetarian since I was 8 years old so maybe you should trying eating a healthy vegetarian diet before saying how horrible it is. Try doing research on a balanced vegetarian diet. Also these animals that you are eating are being bred for killing it isn't like the pick all these animals off the side of the road to keep them from breeding. Factory farming has no baring on the population of animals, in nature....
Makar69
on 01/12/13
Oh, and a quick comment about the animals breeding. The ecosystem naturally balances it all out.

There are two populations, predator X and prey Y. X decides to eat Y and so the conditions in the environment are good for X to reproduce. Now that Y's numbers have diminished, there is a food scarcity for X, so some of X migrate or starve or whatever else. This allows Y time to reproduce without being overhunted. Now Y has big numbers and so now there's a lot of food for X, which means they have favorable conditions for mating again. And the whole cycle repeats itself.
swapnaminous
on 01/12/13
shinjiakari liked this  
this was directed to dboylonnie.....
and makar69? How can you says we were not meant to hunt? We have ALWAYS been hunters, we are a predatory species, we're just better at it as we have evolved.
bigklo41
on 01/13/13
HopefulGJL23 liked this  
which century do you belong to
Makar69
on 01/12/13
We are no longer meant to hunt, though we can. We can produce far more plant foods than hunt meat. We do not have the traits of carnivores, though, so I can't say we are meant to eat meat. If you had no way of making tools and had to revert back to stalking prey out in the wild, you would not be able to kill your own food (or eat much meat as you'd probably be out there for a few days stalking your herd). On the other hand, you could live off of stationary plants and not have a problem feeding yourself.
Makar69
on 01/12/13
triathlon29 liked this  
We are not meant to hunt, no. That's why we ditched the teeth and developed more complex brains. So we could THINK, not ACT. Critical thinking allows us to solve problems dealing with food. We could go out and stalk our prey in the grass, or we could study how plants make food and think about what we can do to control how much food they produce. Killing is an instinctual act, farming is an intellectual act. It makes sense. The only reason they did not stop hunting with tools is because they didn't want to. Had they the resources, they could have very well thrived on plants alone.

Also, you know, the whole cancer thing. Vegetarians apparently don't get it as often as those who eat meat. That must be a sign of correlation between our diet and our health.
Blakens
on 01/13/13
HopefulGJL23 and 1 others liked this  
@Makar69, teeth have nothing to do with it, there are many animals with fangs that don't eat meat, and many animals that do eat meat that don't have fangs. Also some people actually do, I do, and have known others who naturally do even more then mine. Has for hunting and catching things bare handing, have you ever tried? I have and have been successful, if you are in their environment and are not stomping around like an idiot you would be surprised how easy it is to do. Even children catch small things with ease.
That cancer thing is pretty much crap, yes a meat eater might be feeding an existing tumor more then a non-meat eater but it does not cause it, according to my doctor my diet even lowered my risk of cancer as the numbers showed in my blood test, he had never seen numbers like that and I won't touch pork but as for other meat I practically live off it.
triathlon29
on 01/12/13
I also say this about hunting. At one point and perhaps even in certain undeveloped societies yes it might be needed for survival. However it isn't in developed countries and given the choice why harm animals.

However in developed societies meat is fairly obtained by hunting, it is obtained from the store which gets meat from large factory farms. The current factory farming that goes on is far different than hunting and environmentally destructive and dangerous for our health.
Trisquitz
on 01/12/13
mmmthasgood and 5 others liked this  
We have intelligence. That is our "weapon." We also do have speed and power over smaller animals, and we have teeth made for ripping.
Makar69
on 01/12/13
CuteLindsey86 and 1 others liked this  
But you don't catch rats and mice for food, and you don't chase down animals that could spook and dart by foot. You have cars, four-wheelers, horses, etc. to give you speed. And teeth made for ripping is not the same thing as teeth made for puncturing and killing. We could not quickly take down a larger animal with our teeth the way that a wildcat or wolf or whatever could take down its prey.
dealio1
on 01/12/13
HopefulGJL23 and 1 others liked this  
why would you want to take down a rat with your teeth? For an ounce of meat? When you can invent a spear and kill a larger animal that will sustain you for much longer? We are lucky enough to choose what we eat. There are still those who don't get to choose. Those who hunt and live in dry regions with sparse vegetation. How would you survive in such conditions..oh and they dont have internet either.
feltdeluxe
on 01/12/13
triathlon29 liked this  
Those hunter/gatherers who lived in dry regions (the Australian aborigines are a good example) ate a good 70% vegetable matter. This has been documented time and again by ethnographers and even video evidence. While the ideal of hunting the 'big game' in dry conditions sounds great, the truth is that lizards, snakes, etc. are the most abundant animals. Hunter/gatherers eat the combination of most readily available/highest caloric intake for the effort (there are actually mathematical formulas for this, believe it or not), which tends to be vegetable matter.
gasolinepropane
on 01/12/13
Smoopy65 liked this  
Humans were designed for long-distance running. We have the endurance, and just enough natural speed, to exhaust an animal like an antelope or deer just by chasing after it (those of us in good shape). This is the reason our feet are the shape they are, and not hands like the other great apes. As our intelligence grew, our need to chase animals came to the point that we only had to catch them, and eventually not even that. If you examine the skulls of neanderthals and such, you will see thicker skulls and longer canines.
mmmthasgood
on 01/14/13
explain why monkeys are still monkeys. they have not yet evolved? and why is this the subject when the poll is about "meatless mondays"?
mmmthasgood
on 01/14/13
God does exist. And there are many gods so to speak. Know the definition of god. Jehovah exist as well.
feltdeluxe
on 01/12/13
triathlon29 liked this  
There has never been a time, nor a place (save for the Arctic and other extreme cold weather climes)where meat has been the 'largest source of food available'. Hunter/gatherers got between 65-99% of their food matter from vegetation- and this is a figure that holds up across time and all over the world. Please stop getting your information regarding ancient diet from cartoons.
PunkRotten
on 01/12/13
gg
PunkRotten
on 01/12/13
God doesn't exist. Where is your evidence he does? Meanwhile there is a mountain of evidence backing up evolution.
Equuleus
on 01/12/13
HopefulGJL23 and 1 others liked this  
>So stop with all these useless "facts".

Christianity in a nutshell, folks!
dealio1
on 01/12/13
OK so we will just call them non harmful mutations. Or you dont believe in mutations either? I guess because viruses and bacteria dont believe in god they mutate..
BLOODYBOB96
on 01/12/13
mmmthasgood and 7 others liked this  
Here's the answer to all your questions, EVOLUTION DOESN'T EXIST. Whether you like it or not, we were created, not evolved. So stop with all these useless "facts".
Makar69
on 01/12/13
triathlon29 liked this  
We evolved those traits because we lived in a time where vegetation was scarce and meat was the largest source of food available. If reptiles evolved into birds because it was needed in a time where predators roamed the grounds and prey were up in the trees, would they revert back into reptiles when a more convenient food source appeared? Or would they keep the wings because they may benefit the birds in finding the new food, or another random food scarcity may appear?

We keep what works best and eliminate anything that may not be beneficial to the species.
PixelatedToys
on 01/12/13
Smoopy65 and 3 others liked this  
I grew up on a farm too. After seeing my da be gored by a bull, having various farm animals bite/step on me, I'm really not attached to them. They're food, not friends. :P
NRG786
on 01/14/13
Love my fish and veg!
lmcleod42
on 01/13/13
tfjparadise liked this  
i cant see myself not eating any meat.
LibbyEngleman94
on 01/13/13
I love hot dogs but i dont see myself giving up meet fully just saying
Vern1998::2013-06-01".."+
on 01/13/13
tfjparadise liked this  
Can someone please explain to me what 'Meatless Monday' is exactly? Thanks :D.
cherylalayne
on 01/13/13
tfjparadise liked this  
Im not a big red meat fan so I do eat lots of fish,chicken Turkey
dhfhs2
on 01/13/13
tfjparadise and 1 others liked this  
"I'm not interested in giving up meat." Give up meat? You make it sound like I hold a grudge, and I'm too stubborn to become a vegetarian.
T4ngo
on 01/12/13
Vivian33 liked this  
Well this poll is depressing...
Cynthiaababiee
on 01/12/13
i have no friends . So no.
Jakkeee
on 01/12/13
hmmmm
AshleyWingo
on 01/12/13
tfjparadise and 3 others liked this  
I've never even heard of meatless mondays!
electricku
on 01/12/13
All things in moderation... =D
jennywithavon
on 01/12/13
Lapras1216 liked this  
what the he ll is meatless mondays?
Bree55
on 01/12/13
Meat and potatoes, family favorite
Kfirrre
on 01/12/13
electricku and 1 others liked this  
Hahaha people really don't wanna give up the meat.!
Justinthe0104
on 01/12/13
Not me
Joshuatan
on 01/12/13
TheQueenKasey liked this  
nice i love meat lol
babbalu
on 01/12/13
I like but not interestedon mondays
DaBeauty
on 01/12/13
I like to eat meat but I am leaning towards more lean meat and fulfill my meals with mostly veggies. I am on a diet so I chose to cut back on meat or should I say mostly fatty meats.
Babybags1
on 01/12/13
TheQueenKasey liked this  
I'm trying to convert my family to vegan, however; my husband said no way, he likes being a carnivore.
terry1905
on 01/12/13
TheQueenKasey and 2 others liked this  
i eat what ever I want. Meat is on the top of the list.
mistyfi
on 01/12/13
Tell ya what, I am a big red meat eater and a huge vege lover! I think its all in the persons mind set. My 2 year old loves chicken and shrimp but will have nothing to do with steak or burgers but, she loves her greens and corn. Shes 2 and already has her mind set on light meat with no coaching. Let people eat what they eat and leats focus on more important issues.
bnc143
on 01/12/13
TheQueenKasey and 1 others liked this  
I live for bacon.
swag_h96444503
on 01/12/13
Abunny808 liked this  
I'm trying to go vegan
CatnipTARDIS
on 01/12/13
Arcelsi and 2 others liked this  
I love reading the flame wars over meat vs vegetables. Hilarious stuff!


Meat tastes yummy. Vegetables taste yummy. Tofu tastes yummy. Learn a few cooking and pairing skills and everything is yummy!!
Hoomi
on 01/12/13
Am I the only one who started singing the "We didn't start the flame war" song? Anyone, anyone...no?
99hockey
on 01/12/13
Blakens and 1 others liked this  
I eat meat and I do not care what others think of me. Fruit and veggies are ok too but meat is the staple in my house.
PunkRotten
on 01/12/13
triathlon29 and 1 others liked this  
Enjoy your health problems.

Copyright © 2014 Prodege, LLC
Trademarks including "Swagbucks", "Swag Bucks," "Swag Codes", "Swagstakes", and "Swidget" are the property of Prodege, LLC, all rights reserved. Patents Pending. All non-Prodege, LLC owned trademarks appearing on this site are property of their respective owners.
Said owners do not endorse nor are they affiliated with Prodege, LLC or its promotions.