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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#58 - pikininja
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I really don't get why so many people have an issue with vegetarians or why so many vegetarians have a problem with omnivores. It's not like it hurts you if you eat meat and someone else doesn't or vice versa. I'm a vegetarian and don't have any desire to eat meat, but if someone else does, they can eat it at each meal if they really want to. I just don't get why others make the other belief such a huge issue.
I really don't get why so many people have an issue with vegetarians or why so many vegetarians have a problem with omnivores. It's not like it hurts you if you eat meat and someone else doesn't or vice versa. I'm a vegetarian and don't have any desire to eat meat, but if someone else does, they can eat it at each meal if they really want to. I just don't get why others make the other belief such a huge issue.
User avatar #104 to #58 - katypower
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Because vegetarians usually say ''OMG POOR ANIMAL! YOU MONSTER!''
And I would reply: ''IT WAS DEAD & COOKED BEFORE I SAW IT! *Proceeds to eat meat while making eye contact*''
User avatar #98 to #58 - koolmanchris
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I can only eat meat plant food hurts me seriously my body won't digest it
#64 to #58 - ignusblanchh
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Because vegans arent people
#138 to #64 - BuzzyBoy
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User avatar #66 to #64 - pikininja
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I said vegetarians, hun.
#68 to #66 - ignusblanchh
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They are all the same, ...'hun'.
They are all the same, ...'hun'.
User avatar #70 to #68 - pikininja
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Actually, vegetarians don't eat chicken, cow, fish meat etc. while vegans won't eat eggs, milk, cheese, or anything else that an animal had to produce. So no, they're not the same.
#146 to #70 - admiralen
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indeed, vegans are better then regular people
#209 to #146 - mmajunkie
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Indeed.* Vegans* than* people.*



Guess we proved that statement incorrect, didn't we?
#215 to #209 - atma
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No, you actually just made Grammar Nazis seem worse than regular people.
There's no reason for "indeed" to be its own sentence, either.
#219 to #215 - mmajunkie
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#220 to #219 - atma
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1.) www.grammar-monster.com/lessons/commas_after_interjections.htm
2.) When "it" is possessive, it doesn't use an apostrophe. That's only when it's a conjunction of "it is."
3.) Adverbs at the end of sentences don't require a comma beforehand, but it's perfectly acceptable to use a comma for emphasis. An example would be "I want to go, too."

btw I'm neither a vegan nor the person you initially replied to. I just found it ridiculous that you attempted to dismiss their statement (a reference to Scott Pilgrim, by the way, and not necessarily personal opinion) by incorrectly correcting their grammar.
#222 to #220 - mmajunkie
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#223 to #222 - atma
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Damn straight it is.
#225 to #223 - mmajunkie
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1 You CAN use a comma, but it makes more sense to use a completely different sentence in the context you've shown.     
3 You CAN, but it sounds stupid   
2 English isn't my native language, so I forget the subtle differences like that.  I still know my third language better than you know your only.
1 You CAN use a comma, but it makes more sense to use a completely different sentence in the context you've shown.
3 You CAN, but it sounds stupid
2 English isn't my native language, so I forget the subtle differences like that. I still know my third language better than you know your only.
#229 to #225 - atma
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Tua madre é un criceto, su padre huele a bayas del sauco, そして, あなたは非常に間抜けである.
Tua madre é un criceto, su padre huele a bayas del sauco, そして, あなたは非常に間抜けである.
#233 to #229 - mmajunkie
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That's it buddy; you're OUTTA HERE!
That's it buddy; you're OUTTA HERE!
#234 to #233 - atma
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I'll have to assume a different position on the field
I'll have to assume a different position on the field
#235 to #234 - mmajunkie
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I'll just be in the stands
I'll just be in the stands
#71 to #70 - ignusblanchh
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Vegans are extreme vegatarians who don't even wear clothes made from animal product  or use anything animal related. They are both the same to a level... while one is even more so than the other
Vegans are extreme vegatarians who don't even wear clothes made from animal product or use anything animal related. They are both the same to a level... while one is even more so than the other
#164 to #71 - tyraxio
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Please stop calling us "extreme". I don't mind being called a lot of things, I just don't like the word extreme because being vegan is not extreme at all. If you want extreme plant-based diets, look up raw-fooding or fruitarianism. One doesn't eat anything cooked, and the other only eats fruits, and some sub-fruitarianists only eat ripe fruit that the plant bearing it has dropped. I don't mind either of them, and I wouldn't call them extreme either.