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  \  |  28

Vegetables are easily replenished and maintained. Animals are harder to replenish and mantain.


what we dont know is the other variables... are u barely eating your vegetables? how many calories a day are you taking in op? if you have a serious eating disorder, then maybe you should get help.

  jessBeAqueen  |  13

hey if your not then don't knock it and if your are then don't shove it in peoples faces. I've been an on and off vegetarian for years. I've gotten sick and I can understand why he would be concerned if your going about it the wrong way. if not and he's just being ignorant then I'd have a serious talk with him

  addioty  |  19

30, I dislike ignorant people like you. I have been a vegetarian for four years due to my teacher showing me a disturbing slaughterhouse video in middle school. You have no right to judge people who have different eating habits than you.

  Genuine_G  |  8

As long as you maintain adequate protein consumption, theres nothing wrong with being vegetarian. I just feel you're missing out on a healthy and tasty food group which is essentially all animals really have to offer us.
Its Your choice…

  trsignorino  |  3

The problem with eating meat isn't "replenishing" animal populations. We aren't depleting the wild cow populations. The problem is modern, commercial farming and the harm raising so many animals does to the environment.

  sammyjanette  |  17

There are some major flaws with that argument. Humans mass produce produce, and that certainly isn't for animal consumption, so strictly eating produce wouldn't decrease the animal food supply.


As humans, we all need sources of carbon to survive. It's not just a specific set of people. As humans, we've gone on to grow and genetically modify our crops, i.e. produce, and not only eat it, but the animals in the surrounding area have eaten it. Think that helps their health out, with the pesticides and the completely unnatural additives? Nope. Decreases their natural and healthy food supply. And 27, no shit.
I think the internet dwellers need to lighten up a little, or not set out for an argument any time someone posts anything. Take it down a notch.

  bfsd42  |  20

I think the issue here is that #6's comment was not meant to be taken seriously, i hope at least, but #27 decided to get offended by said comment.

  Sputnikspak  |  13

Not everyone who is a vegetarian is a vegetarian because they're against eating animals. I'm a vegetarian for health reasons, because I have kidney problems and my doctor said it's safer to avoid meat. I'll occasionally cave and have a smoked meat sandwich or something, but if my boyfriend decided to leave me because I'm a vegetarian I'd tell the door not to hit him on the ass on the way out.

I'd understand if you're one of those preachy vegetarian/vegans who acts enormously superior and disgusted when someone else eats meat in front of them.

  confusedAsFuck  |  34

Oh please stop with this vegetarianism excuse. I know there are some people who are vegetarians for these reasons (animals rights etc..) but most of the others are taking the lame excuse not to say "I'm on a diet" or "I don't wanna be fat".

I ain't saying this to offend anyone but this is taking a new level of idiocy.

Humans have been eating specific animals since the dawn of times, animals too, yet no bad effects have come from it. why? because it's the way life is.

If we don't eat sheep anymore they'll eat our vegetables and we'll have to either kill them or eat'em. If we keep them from eating our feces then they'll starve to death, and it'll be like if we killed them ourselves.. and so on..

I hope I didn't offend anyone, as everyone have the right to believe what they like as long as they don't try to force it on everyone else.


  CallMeMcFeelii  |  13

I'm with ya, 97. I mean Christ, they make soy steaks and soy burgers. If you want to eat a steak, eat a god damn steak. Humans have always ate meat and it's perfectly good for you. I understand you don't want to eat cute little animals, but something else will eat them even if we choose not to. It's the way of life, you might as well enjoy it while it lasts.

  asparagus12  |  21

Not all vegetarians choose that lifestyle for animal rights. I am vegetarian. Humans eat way more meat that we are meant to consume and way few vegetables. You can get the protein you need with combining the right vegetables and grains. Studies show vegetarians live longer and are less likely to be diagnosed with cancer.

  ptoka  |  20

Cancer linked to meat consumption is bullshit unless all you eat is meat. Meat supplies necessary fats and other nutrients that humans need to maintain normal bodily functions.

  InfiniteSecret  |  20

Shockingly not everyone who is a vegetarian is doing it because of animals, they may not like the taste of meat.

  threer  |  30

Yeah, like feces.