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    Member Krisu's Avatar
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    The same with me... I'm also a vegetarian, but slowly changing my diet to a fully-vegan diet, just don't want the change to be too sudden.
    I has:
    lobes 18 mm
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    diagonal nipple piercings
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    I eat meat but I love the taste of vegetarian food more.
    I Have:
    Stretched Lobes (18mm)
    Tragus x2 (1.2mm)
    Double Nostrils (1.2mm)
    Septum (1.2mm)
    Philtrum (1.2mm)
    Double Lip "Snakebites" (1.2mm)
    Tongue (1.6mm)
    Both Nipples (1.6 mm)
    Frenum (1.6mm)
    Tattoos (x4)

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    Vegetarian (y)
    tried out a 30-day Vegan challenge back in november.. lasted four days..
    i just love quorn too much D;
    and tea :c

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    I am vegetarian but mostly vegan if that makes sense :S I eat quorn products with friends occasionally. I don't eat raw cheese/milk/egg.
    I try to avoid products tested on animals.

    Really shocked about the Metal body jewellery containing animal fat :O Thanks for letting me know

    I'm learning most shiny things are not veggie, because of shellac, on my coffee beans, etc. :(


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    I'm vegan (Bar some medication that is the only one that works and I kinda need to live)

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    Quote Originally Posted by pioden31 View Post
    Vegetarian (y)
    tried out a 30-day Vegan challenge back in november.. lasted four days..
    i just love quorn too much D;
    and tea :c
    It is possible to drink tea as a vegan you know (;

    hey, stay young, and invincible, because we know just who we are




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    A lot of tea sorts have been used in animal testing, and it can be hard to find vegan ones, but yes of course, it's definitely possible.
    Have (16):
    Right ear: 1st 2g, 2nd 14g, tragus 16g, conch 14g, 2 helices 16g
    Left ear: 1st 0g, tragus
    16g
    Snakebites 14g
    Philtrum 16g
    Cheeks
    14g
    2x diagonal nipple 14g
    Navel 14g

    Retired:
    3 lobe piercings
    Left helix

    Considering (for now): 1st lobes at 1/2", more helices,
    tongue, triangle or VCH, MDs

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    out of interest why have the people who have posted decided to become Vegan? I am trying to eat less meat from an environmental / sustainability perspective (i also have my own hens so eat only free range eggs) but i enjoy all foods too much to stop altogether.
    Piercings:
    L Ear: 13mm lobe, 8mm lobe, snug, industrial, daith, tragus
    R Ear: 13mm lobe, 8mm lobe, 2 x helix, rook, tragus
    Other: 6mm Tongue, Septum, bridge/erl, 2 x philtrum

    Retired:
    Christina, Left eyebrow, Industrial (R Ear), 5mm lip

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dungeoneer View Post
    out of interest why have the people who have posted decided to become Vegan? I am trying to eat less meat from an environmental / sustainability perspective (i also have my own hens so eat only free range eggs) but i enjoy all foods too much to stop altogether.
    I've never been a vegan, but I was a vegetarian for two years because of the animal cruelty that occurs with factory farming. At the moment, I only eat white meat and fish, but I'm trying to go back to a strict vegetarian diet. Also, vegan food is delicious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dungeoneer View Post
    out of interest why have the people who have posted decided to become Vegan? I am trying to eat less meat from an environmental / sustainability perspective (i also have my own hens so eat only free range eggs) but i enjoy all foods too much to stop altogether.
    Bit of an oldish post, but if you want to know why i'm vegan, watch a documentary called Earthlings (it's on youtube!)
    For me, it's an obvious choice (: Why would I want to support a sick, sad and pathetic industry... I lived on a smallholding (we kept rare breed animals/didn't use them for meat), there were lots of farms around us as well as a slaughterhouse. From a very young age I got to witness it all firsthand. I'll never go back to eating dairy or meat again.

    hey, stay young, and invincible, because we know just who we are




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