Samoan wrote:Quaco wrote:hippopotamus wrote:I've shifted a LEETLE bit closer to the right. I still haven't had the guts to Actually become a vegetarian.
Do it this year.
I'd think about it.
Vegetarians are a social nuisance when invited to eat at an omnivorous household.
Well, they shouldn't be if they are not a picky eater and they have the social manners to inform the person cooking first. If you know someone well enough to invite them for dinner, usually, you know their eating habits? It's poor form not to tell someone.
I'm an unfussy eater in that situation - which hardly ever arises. It's more of a problem in restaurants abroad. Or in some outlying areas of Texas. Just give me a house salad and a bit of bread. I'm fine as long as there is wine. If there isn't wine, there could be trouble.
In February I went vegan for a month, which really does require more planning and possibilities for going hungry. We just didn't eat out.