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1. “So you just eat salad?”
2. “I once went three days without eating meat.”
3. “Where do you get your protein from?”
I actually cannot answer this question one more time.
4. “You know being vegetarian is really unhealthy.”
I’m really thankful for your professional opinion.
5. “How do you survive without bacon?”
I have cookies.
6. “Can you still eat animal crackers?”
L m a o.
7. “Just eat some meat!”
8. “We were born to be carnivores.”
Well being a vegetarian is my choice.
9. “What’re you gonna do if I wave this meat in front of your face? LOL”
Chomp on lettuce in your face just like this.
10. “But you’re still killing plants.”
11. “You can just peel the pepperoni off of the pizza.”
Have a seat and let me tell you why you’re wrong.
12. “Tofu is disgusting.”
13. “Want some of my burger? JK I know you don’t eat meat.”
It’s been eight years and this joke still is not funny.
14. “What are you going to eat?”
Gonna chill over here by the bowl of hummus all night, no worries.
15. “You still eat fish, right?”
If I did, I would’ve told you that I am a pescetarian.
16. “Don’t you feel weak all the time?”
No…I ACTUALLY FEEL AWESOME.
Recently I have been fairly active on websites such as Spareroom, because I was looking for a new place to move to!
Aren’t we all familiar with the challenges: “I want a big room”, “I hope my house mate isn’t a psycho”, “What if it’s just a scam?”, “What if the walls are pink?”, “What if the house mate OWNS CROCS?”
That’s when it dawned upon me: house hunting is pretty much like online dating. You don’t know what to expect, the visuals are often photoshopped and have no resemblance with reality. When it comes to the hobbies and characteristics – isn’t everyone laid back and up for fun, spontaneous and into the newest trends out there? Oh, let me post a picture of when I did my ice bucket challenge, so I can prove how cool I am. (I know, the ice bucket challenge isn´t so trendy anymore, how about just a really cool selfie with the cat?!)
Have you ever tried online dating? Tinder, Match.com, eHarmony – does this ring a bell? You might be familiar with the following steps…
1. Find someone who looks hot. First impressions are all about the looks. Are they tall enough, is their hair the right colour? Do they seem happy?
2. Read the biography. What can they offer me? What extras do I get out of this?
3. The first message. “Hey, how are you doing? I like the look of you, this is who I am and this is what I have to offer”
4. Praying for a reply. If it’s someone you really like the looks of, keep checking your phone every minute as they might reply to you from a divine intervention.
5. Let’s take things to the next level! When can I come over to yours?
6. I liked it. Can I come back?
7. They’re having others round – it’s not exclusive yet. Ouch!
8. Alright. It seems like you were better than the others at the end. Come and move in with me? Let’s share a bathroom.
Congratulations! You´ve found the perfect house. Took a while!
Psst. I´ll tell you a little secret: I love my Crocs.
10 cheese burgers, 11-and-a-half pound beef…burger patties contain pies – a skyscraper of 30,000 calories for burger lovers!
Death by burger, that’s what we say.
Pies in the sky: John Clarkson proudly displays his towering creation (Picture: Cavendish Press)
It is enough to make a vegan weep. Takeaway boss John Clarkson has taken extreme food to new heights, or should that be depths?
For the man who brought a grateful world a giant, fried and battered Ferrero Rocher, has now created the world’s tallest burger. And he has filled it with pies.
Dubbed the ‘Pie-scraper’ the 1.6m (5ft 4in) monster contains 30,000 calories.
It comprises ten, three quarter-pound cheeseburgers and 11-and-a-half pounds of beef encasing several fast-food treats.
They include a bacon butty, Spam and spaghetti bolognese. In all, the dish comes with about 8.5kg (19lb) of beef – and a side salad of lettuce.
With the average man advised to consume about 2,500 calories a day, it could sustain one fast-food lover for an artery-sealing fortnight.
Stuffed: Some of the burger patties contain pies…
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This guy made all our secret dreams come true.
Going down: Mr Schlussler lets gravity bring him down to earth (Picture: SWNS)
It looks like a scene from ET but there’s nothing spaced out about Ethan Schlussler.
The construction worker became so fed up with having to climb up a 8.5m (28ft) ladder to reach his tree house he built a bike elevator.
Mr Schlussler, 23, sits on the saddle and pedals and counterweights, ropes and pulleys lift him straight up.
Up, up and away: Off he goes into the tree house (Picture: SWNS)
Once at the top, he steps off and enjoys a bird’s eye view of the forest. To descend, he hops on and lets gravity take over.
Mr Schlussler, from Sanpoint, Idaho, said: ‘I knew I wanted to build something better than a ladder, and I was talking with a friend about various ideas for a human-powered elevator when he suggested using a bicycle.
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Are you familiar with the Law of Attraction? Do you sometimes feel like nothing falls into place, and that, when you have a bad day, everything just turns against you? Alternatively – when you feel happy, do you find that everything just works out effortlessly?
The Law of Attraction is just like the Law of Gravity, or any other natural law. The fact that we don’t see something, or have immediate results, doesn’t mean that it isn’t there.
This is a video about one of the most astounding facts about the Universe, taken from an article on Social-Consciousness.com.
You’re not only part of the universe, the Universe is part of you – so why wouldn’t there be a connection?
If you’re familiar with The Secret, you will have heard the principles in this book before, but, it is always good to refresh the knowledge you have and keep in tune with the frequency you want to be on.
Know what I’m talking about? Whether you do, or you don’t: it’s definitely worth a listen. Or a read.
I have decided to put the link to the audiobook on here, because I feel like everyone should know about it.
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