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    I hate how many times I have to fix replies after I send them from my phone (maybe it's cuz I'm typing while watching TV). Excuse my grammar, spelling, etc. mistakes guys. I'm bad at proof reading, but I'll get 'em all fixed eventually. hehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patches View Post
    I think the wide variety of reasons for being a vegetarian (health reasons, religious reasons, dirty hippie reasons, economic, environmental, financial reasons, etc.) make it hard to pinpoint a type. There are such a wide variety of justifications for it that it seems difficult to pigeon-hole it into a personality type.


    I was a strict vegetarian for about 4 years. Now I will devour a steak with the voracity of a starving velociraptor, and I prefer my meat rare enough that a good vet could bring it back to life. Do with that information what you will.
    Can I ask, what was your reason in the 1st place, & what made you change back again? You don't have to say if you don't want.

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    Most I know are ESFJ, but I think the only real letter this you could correlate it with is F.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chanaynay View Post
    Most I know are ESFJ, but I think the only real letter this you could correlate it with is F.
    Assuming their main reason is animal rights, I could see a F lean.

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    Feel free to say least likely type guys (if you want too).

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    Quote Originally Posted by DreamBeliever View Post
    Really? lol How come the thought of it is so funny to you? (Just curious) Just doesn't appeal?
    Doesn't appeal to me in the slightest. Good food is something I very much value, and I have no desire to restrict it unless it results in tangible problems for my biology. It happens that I enjoy meat quite a bit, in particular poultry and seafood.

    I also roll my eyes at diets a lot of the time. Unless someone has a disorder, or measurable allergy that prevents them eating food items, or they are genuinely trying to lose weight, I think it's silly. While I understand people sometime restrict food items for moral convictions, I just have a hard time respecting their reasonings for doing so. The whole "but I feel guilty for eating animals!" thing just strikes me as petty and feel-good nonsense for most people. I'll leave it be 95% of the time, but the seconds they try to guilt trip others for not adhering to what they do for moral superiority reasons, then the gloves come off and I will get nasty about it.

    It also happens that I wildly despise PETA and the vast majority of people that support them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hard View Post
    It also happens that I wildly despise PETA and the vast majority of people that support them.
    PETA also treats animals like trash anyways. It's disgusting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chanaynay View Post
    PETA also treats animals like trash anyways. It's disgusting.
    It's one of the bigger reasons I dislike them, actually.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hard View Post
    Doesn't appeal to me in the slightest. Good food is something I very much value, and I have no desire to restrict it unless it results in tangible problems for my biology. It happens that I enjoy meat quite a bit, in particular poultry and seafood.

    I also roll my eyes at diets a lot of the time. Unless someone has a disorder, or measurable allergy that prevents them eating food items, or they are genuinely trying to lose weight, I think it's silly. While I understand people sometime restrict food items for moral convictions, I just have a hard time respecting their reasonings for doing so. The whole "but I feel guilty for eating animals!" thing just strikes me as petty and feel-good nonsense for most people. I'll leave it be 95% of the time, but the seconds they try to guilt trip others for not adhering to what they do for moral superiority reasons, then the gloves come off and I will get nasty about it.

    It also happens that I wildly despise PETA and the vast majority of people that support them.
    I agree with you on PETA. They are honestly such hypocrites.

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