- Macca on vegetarianism
Been a vegetarian for over 45 years (ie most of my life)
Even now in this day and age, there seems to be predominantly two basic reactions when dining out with people for the first time :-
1. ( you can see this written on their faces) – Vegetarian ??? – but he looks so normal ! followed by the furtive surreptitious glances to see if I have cross-eyes or webbed fingers.
2. The Super aplogetic people who stumble over themselves in an effort to make out that they’ve virtually vegetarian.
I really really couldn’t give a damn what anyone else eats – it’s entirely upto them !
P.s. I’m actually allergic to red meat & don’t like the texture or taste of anything that crawls out of the sea.
So not a ‘moral’ vegetarian.
ChrisPosted 5 years ago
Nature didn’t design us. We adapted. But we were fine just on plants too. Many would argue that our gut and colon haven’t quite caught up with our level of meat consumption yet. Another few millennia might see us fine, if we still have the available land to support the intensive farming that will be required.Posted 5 years ago
evolutionary adaptation will mean that over generations, vegetation eyes will start to move to the sides of their heads, like all prey animals. Soon they will gather in herds for protection and the oldest and slowest will be devoured by solo atkinsonsian evolved meat eaters. The future is bleakPosted 5 years ago
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