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Sparkletop Rainbows


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Why does life have to be so cruel sometimes? · 4:24pm Feb 5th, 2017

Since I'm a vegetarian who doesn't eat eggs, I can eat cake, pancakes, brownies, cupcakes, muffins, doughnuts, or any other tasty things that have eggs in them. I always have to sit and watch my friends eat them and it feels kinda unfair to me. I always have to keep asking if certain things contain any meat or eggs in it, I can't enjoy these simple delicacies of life. It's hard being a vegetarian.

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Why not eat eggs?
And yeah, no pity, I'm allergic to wheat.
And eh, on that note, why be a Vegetarian? If it's so unfair, don't do it. It's your choice to do such, kinda frustrating to hear ya complain about something you chose to do.

I agree with the statement it is hard to be a vegetarian, I once decides to not eat birds anymore, any bird. 4 years of no chicken or duck or so, really is hard to keep theese habbits.

People are omnivores .

4410292 Really?!
I never would have guessed....

4410319 I read it on the interweb.:rainbowkiss:

4410337 get the interwebs is only right 60% of the time...
Or so it says.

4410283 But I still try, no matter how much my friends and family try to tempt me. I just have to keep reminding myself why I chose to be a vegetarian who doesn't eat eggs.
4410269 I'm kinda complaining more about how almost everything has eggs in it. I chose to be this way because I don't like to eat the body of a dead animal that once struggled to live when I have other options. Especially fish, it makes me feel really guilty whenever I look into their eyes in the market. I chose not to eat eggs, because I don't like the idea of eating someone's babies, even if my friend tries to prove to me that they were never killed in the first place.

In the Scott Pilgrim series, volume 3, one of the evil exes that Scott has to fight is one with psychic powers. It is established afterwords that he is vegan, because vegans can apparently do that;
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Also, apparently milk counts as a meat-like product among eggs because it has protein? :rainbowhuh:

4410395 to each their own. And yeah, eggs are just chicken's periods, not their babies.

4410446 It does? I've never heard of that before.

4410466
Makes no sense, milk isn't the pre-birth form of children, it's used to feed children.

4410395

I chose to be this way because I don't like to eat the body of a dead animal that once struggled to live when I have other options. Especially fish, it makes me feel really guilty whenever I look into their eyes in the market. I chose not to eat eggs, because I don't like the idea of eating someone's babies,

I feel that way too, yet I still need protein all the time. It's like looking at literally ANYTHING that depicts war, and I can't help but feel sorry for literally EVERY solider fighting. You need to eat what was killed just to be alive yourself? It's no wonder why the human race is so horrible, they don't have a choice! Also, it's strange how nobody puts on that mindset when eating PLANTS! Even though we still teach the children that plants are living things! (Oh no, I think that statement might cause you to starve to death :twilightoops:)

even if my friend tries to prove to me that they were never killed in the first place.

That's like saying abortions don't count as killing, just because the fetus wasn't alive yet. Like, feel that thing moving in the womb? It's alive.

" I chose not to eat eggs, because I don't like the idea of eating someone's babies, " That is the most bucked up thing I have ever read. You high? Wow now I can see why you hear "voices" .

4413060 considering the hens are kept seperate from the roosters, that is incredibly unlikely.

4413251 that's enough megs to make a gig.

4413061 Yeah, true. I think animals should deserve most of the rights we have. We both share this planet, after all.

4413935
There are a number of ethical reasons not to eat eggs, but I don't think the issue of eating babies really fits, since all the eggs they lay are unfertilized, like the unfertilized eggs women get rid of each month when they have their period.

That said, every egg-laying hen has a brother that was either thrown in a grinder or suffocated, and every layer chicken has had half their beak cut off with a hot blade, is crowded into a cramped area where they don't get to fly or dust bathe and rarely/never see sunlight, loses 10 percent of their calcium for each egg they lay, lays 300 eggs per year and suffers high rates of osteoporosis, may get chemical burns from standing in their own feces, loses feathers from poor health and pecking caused over-crowded living space, wade among dead chickens that don't get cleaned up from the barn or cage floor, will probably break bones when their finally roughly handled and shipped to slaughter after 72 weeks instead of living their natural 8-10 years and finally, may still be labelled free range, a term used with all the malicious compliance of a seasoned lawyer.

So yeah, I totally support not eating eggs but I think the unfertilized eggs themselves ought to be the least of your worries.

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