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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
User avatar #4 - Blitzken
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(01/27/2013) [-]
i honestly do not understand vegans, i mean vegetarians i don't get either but they are herbivores i get that, but ******* vegans spew their **** about not eating living things and i just can't help but think to my self what the **** do you think all these living things you respect so much are doing? That is right they are out there eating each other like animals do. Herbivores are eating plants, carnivores are eating other animals, and omnivores are eating what ever the hell happens to be around that taste delicious. WE ARE ANIMALS. We may be more evolved and have technology but we are still animals and we eat other living things get used to it.
User avatar #24 to #4 - HarvietheDinkle
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Difference is, from a vegetarian/vegan perspective, the argument is that humans are advanced enough to not only create a balanced diet for themselves without the direct use of meat, but also intelligent enough to have some sort of a moral guideline.
User avatar #47 to #24 - ostemad
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yes, it takes a lot of plants and energy to get meat. And you get less energy. If everybody went vegetarian we could feed many more people on earth, maybe all. The problem is that it taste so ******* great.
User avatar #49 to #47 - HarvietheDinkle
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seriously, that's really the only reason people advocate for meat.

because it tastes too good.

if meat tasted like lettuce all the time, most of the world would be vegetarian.
#62 to #49 - alexanderh
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Correct. But meat tastes great, therefore we eat it. It's also the only reason I use bacon in food, because the taste is great.