Tuesday, August 03, 2010

Let them have MEAT!

This is awesome. As in 'whoopty frigging doo' awesome. I know a LOT of people on really odd food trips and whatnot. (I do live in northern California, after all....) While I know some Vegans and Vegetarians that do alright, for some reason the craziest and most unstable people I know have the most dietary restrictions. And sorry - I don't know a single raw foodie that doesn't just seem malnourished in a way.... so aha! I knew it! Suck it!

And I knew there was a reason why the smartest person I know and the person that consumes the most meat that I know are one and the same (Hi Dad!! JK. He doesn't read this blog).


Malia said...

The vicious cycle of intentional Vegetarianism and Veganism... I was going to write something very harsh, but I didn't want to jeopardize your blog, ubiquitous non sequitur. Let's just say only certain people INTENTIONALLY become Vegetarian or Vegans for really ridiculous reasons--like environmental or non-diagnosed health reasons--and the certain characteristics of those people are enhanced the longer they stay that way.

That's all I'm going to say, because, as you say, ubiquitous non sequitur, people who don't get a balanced diet are unstable, and very, very scary.

caitlinvb said...

It's funny because my manfriend, as you know, is a Vegan but somehow it works for him. It just doesn't work for everyone (at all) but when you're malnourished you don't see it...and you're super touchy when people say something to you about it! I will just delight in my feeling superior and smarter due to my meat eating (and let's face it, if manfriend had any more brains I wouldn't be able to begin to keep up), and take great delight in putting bacon in my pureed soups. Pureed meat! Woot!