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CrispyQ
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#16 Postby CrispyQ » Tue Apr 25, 2006 10:28 am

the main image people think of when they think of a vegan is a malnorished skin and bones type of person.


Funny about that, huh? :?

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#17 Postby BJJVegan » Wed Apr 26, 2006 3:31 am

Its really funny actually. Because i dont know a single vegan that fits that description. All the vegans i know care so much about their bodies that they are no where near malnourished. And are also the healthiest people i know.
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#18 Postby CrispyQ » Wed Apr 26, 2006 9:42 am

BJJVegan wrote:Its really funny actually. Because i dont know a single vegan that fits that description. All the vegans i know care so much about their bodies that they are no where near malnourished. And are also the healthiest people i know.



Several years ago I bought some magazine subscriptions from a young woman going door to door raising funds for some organization. She was so outgoing & upbeat I couldn't say no. One of the mags I chose was a veggie mag & she asked if I was vegetarian. I said yes, for several years now. She looked me over & said, "You don't look like a vegetarian." I asked her what a vegetarian looked like & she replied, "You know, all sickly with bad skin." I LOL at that & said, "Yeah that's me."
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