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Celadonne April 9th, 2016 3:33pm

If/when you were single, would vegetarianism/veganism, or a lack thereof, be a deal-breaker in your romantic relationships?

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catpillow Florida West Coast
04/09/16 1:46 pm

Maybe not a deal breaker, but it would make it difficult to go to some of my favorite restaurants.

ronderman North Carolina
04/09/16 1:30 pm

I won't judge them as long as they don't judge me.

pacbro Washington
04/09/16 12:45 pm

As long as they don't mind me not being vegan, no big deal. I'd even cook a vegan option for them.

pacbro Washington
04/09/16 12:51 pm

My little sister is vegan so I end up having to do it anyways. And my mother is allergic to wheat and milk so I'm used to cooking within various restrictions.

aaronb50
04/09/16 12:32 pm

Actually it would be a major plus.

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musiman28 Cotton country
04/09/16 11:33 am

Probably, but I'd have given it a shot to see, if it had ever came up. Because you don't know until you've tried. But I'm pretty anti-vegetarianism myself. Not that I try to make others do things my way, I don't care. But it could make for some

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musiman28 Cotton country
04/09/16 11:34 am

Interesting issues in a relationship.

sydwel
04/09/16 10:44 am

No. I'm a vegetarian and I don't care what others eat for the most part, unless those choices are forced on me.

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BamaGirl ROLL TIDE from Arizona
04/09/16 9:30 am

As long as he is okay with me eating meat & dairy, then cool, but if he's not, then no. I have to have protein other than veggies.

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bluerum29 optimistic idealist
04/09/16 9:14 am

I'm big into cooking, so them not eating stuff I make, wouldn't work for me.

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arollaatoris Nomad
04/09/16 12:31 pm

Same here

biker4life Texas
04/09/16 9:04 am

Yeah, I'm not going to get involved with a vegan. I'm fine with their life choices, but I could definitely see arguments over my being a omnivore and wearing leather boots.

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susanr Colorado
04/09/16 9:02 am

Not at all. I've been vegan and vegetarian at different stages of my life, and my daughter is still vegetarian. Not that I live with her, but there are times when we have meals together, like last night and tonight. (Her husband is not vegetarian, and they manage just fine.) I can deal with either diet as long as the other person is open to living with the differences.

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17millionTwats Leeds, UK
04/09/16 9:00 am

So long as they are fine with me not being vegetarian and arent going to go all nazi about it then I'm fine with their choices

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orgblu10 Shamerica
04/09/16 8:35 am

My own diet is a little unconventional because of food allergies, so I'm pretty flexible about what other people choose to eat. Not much of a factor at all.

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