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Old 03-19-2008, 09:58 AM   #406
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And... in the best traditions of postwhoring, I believed I've overshared.
We all have to do it eventually.

Incidentally, we found out my purity score is actually only 72% pure, not 85% pure.
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I went out with a friend for lunch to a Vietnamese restaurant we had never been to before. The first thing she noticed was frog legs on the menu. She squealed, saying she'd never seen them before, and then begged me to try them with her.

I can be convinced to eat almost anything.
Ahh, right.

I don't know how I would cope without meat in my diet.
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Hey Mia, have you seen or tried the vegetarian imitation chicken / beef / whatever stuff that I've seen and eaten in Malaysia (and I'm sure exists elsewhere)? It's seriously Even Better Than The Real Thing, or at least so realistic it's scary.
Actually I have! I'm personally not a fan of processed foods, so I eat them minimally, but I do agree they taste delicious. I have meat-eater friends who prefer Boca Burgers to real hamburgers.
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Incidentally, we found out my purity score is actually only 72% pure, not 85% pure.
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Ahh, right.

I don't know how I would cope without meat in my diet.
It's certainly not for everybody. We have different bodies, so we tend to eat what works best for us. I don't find it as grotesque as some of my fellow veggies do, but I can certainly do without it.
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Incidentally, Maj., compared to what some of us have shared here, I think that would count as undersharing!
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Actually I have! I'm personally not a fan of processed foods, so I eat them minimally, but I do agree they taste delicious. I have meat-eater friends who prefer Boca Burgers to real hamburgers.
I was seriously impressed. We got some sort of typically Asian soy-sauce dish, and I thought it was chicken until someone told me otherwise! It seriously looked like sliced chicken pieces.
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We all have to do it eventually.

Incidentally, we found out my purity score is actually only 72% pure, not 85% pure.
So, with youknowwho gone, I think that makes me now the most pure person in the superclub.
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It's certainly not for everybody. We have different bodies, so we tend to eat what works best for us. I don't find it as grotesque as some of my fellow veggies do, but I can certainly do without it.
See, I can just be a bit fussy with what I like. So ruling out a whole swathe of foods I enjoy in one big hit isn't such a smart move. Only one dinner that I cook at the moment is vegetarian-friendly (gnocchi napoli).
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Incidentally, Maj., compared to what some of us have shared here, I think that would count as undersharing!
Almost definitely, although for me, that's already giving away a LOT. I just had to tell someone though.
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So, with youknowwho gone, I think that makes me now the most pure person in the superclub.
No, Pee Fan and the Maj. are both more pure.
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I was seriously impressed. We got some sort of typically Asian soy-sauce dish, and I thought it was chicken until someone told me otherwise! It seriously looked like sliced chicken pieces.
I've had imitation duck at a Thai place before. LOL something tells me it is probably real duck. But it is delicious nonetheless!
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Almost definitely, although for me, that's already giving away a LOT. I just had to tell someone though.
I'd give you some advice, but ... given that I've only ever had one girlfriend and didn't look at other girls at all from the age of 16 to 21, I should probably be RECEIVING advice.
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I went out with a friend for lunch to a Vietnamese restaurant we had never been to before. The first thing she noticed was frog legs on the menu. She squealed, saying she'd never seen them before, and then begged me to try them with her.
The Vietnamese have one of the most intriguing varieties of cultural cuisine ever. A mix of French and Asian food; I always love eating Vietnamese stuff. Especially their "Pork Rolls": baguettes with butter, pate, soy sauce, Chinese-style roast pork, carrots, lettuce and fried onions!
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