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    haha, wow, I haven't seen that in a long time!

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    "im a turkey, kill me!"

    have a good day, engorging yourselves on way too much food.

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    We don't get to see the settler girl burn?

    Tease.

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    I had tofurkey. It was good.

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    Does tofurkey taste any different from regular tofu?

    I never got these vegetarian meat substitute things. Seems like a desperate grasp at normality for people that are trying to be better than that? Things like tofu and soy would sound a lot more attractive if left in their value as unique foods with their own qualities, rather than reduced to substitutes of things they cannot succeed at being.

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    mmm pie. pecan pie is so bad for the human body... why is it soo freaking good?

    ~K

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raza View Post
    Does tofurkey taste any different from regular tofu?

    I never got these vegetarian meat substitute things. Seems like a desperate grasp at normality for people that are trying to be better than that? Things like tofu and soy would sound a lot more attractive if left in their value as unique foods with their own qualities, rather than reduced to substitutes of things they cannot succeed at being.
    it tastes really different actually. Vegetarians should be really careful with fake animal protiens. Alot of them have additives & preservatives that really aren't good for your body. Every noow and again, it won't hurt you, but making a dietary habit of it isn't healthy.

    I'm not vegetarian, but I eat mostly vegetarian, if that makes sense.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by VoltaireBlue View Post

    I'm not vegetarian, but I eat mostly vegetarian, if that makes sense.....
    I'm the same way, I understand.

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    I'm a libertarian. I only eat books.

    I'm not really much for celebrating genocide and consumerism, but I do like not having to go to work. Me and a couple friends just ate nachos and watched Lord of the Rings.

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    im a vegetarian, but i skipped any semblance of turkey

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    Quote Originally Posted by VoltaireBlue View Post
    I had tofurkey. It was good.
    that would have made the day bearable, but i couldn't even get that >.<
    bad, bad day.
    on top of the guilt i brought upon myself by no visiting my grandparents and little brother because i just so didn't want to.
    *anti-social mode*

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    Quote Originally Posted by VoltaireBlue View Post
    it tastes really different actually. Vegetarians should be really careful with fake animal protiens. Alot of them have additives & preservatives that really aren't good for your body. Every noow and again, it won't hurt you, but making a dietary habit of it isn't healthy.
    Alright. I had the impression of it being like eating a marzipan pig; same stuff, different shape.

    Quote Originally Posted by VoltaireBlue View Post
    I'm not vegetarian, but I eat mostly vegetarian, if that makes sense.....
    Sure; that's me when I spend a lot of dinners in a row with my girlfriend, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raza View Post


    Sure; that's me when I spend a lot of dinners in a row with my girlfriend, too.
    lol, I think you mean vagitarian.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raza View Post
    Alright. I had the impression of it being like eating a marzipan pig; same stuff, different shape.

    This just gave me a bizarre craving for both marzipan and bacon, although I don't think bacon-flavored marzipan would be very tasty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amelia G View Post
    This just gave me a bizarre craving for both marzipan and bacon, although I don't think bacon-flavored marzipan would be very tasty.
    it actually sonds kinda good to me.

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    wow, marzipan and bacon.......I'm going to have to try that

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    Bacon wrapped tofurky?

    Haha!

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    That's funny. I was just given bacon flavored chocolate for my birthday Friday.

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