Sparklfairy · 24/04/2021 17:38
Ninkanink · 24/04/2021 19:49
Vegan food absolutely can be utterly delicious. And I’m a committed carnivore and defiantly against anything that smacks of virtue signalling/worthiness.
I would happily attend a wedding where everything’s vegan - I’d probably struggle with more a week’s worth of meals but one meal? Of course it’s possible to make it a great one!
3JsMa · 24/04/2021 20:03
I don't get it why this is such a huge issue.
It's the couple's wedding,their day and their choice of the menu.You go their to celebrate someone's wedding,food is just a bonus
If someone got an invitation and complains about the menu,pass it on to someone who will appreciate it more.
I can't live without meat,but it's a special occasion and their choice should be respected.
KM38 · 24/04/2021 20:22
@LaLaLandIsNoFun you might be on to something there actually 🤣 I never thought of that!!
@TheLastLotus - I don’t think I’ve ever tried an Indian dish that I didn’t like so I can only imagine the spread at an Indian wedding 😍😍
Wasn’t intending to start a riot all over again btw...I genuinely just lost the thread and was overly invested in the debate 🤣🤣 I eat mainly vegan anyway because I love veg, im not over fussed about meat unless I’m in the mood for it and I have issues with dairy 🤷🏻♀️
I do always find it funny the number of people on the these threads that are outraged at the thought of having to sit down to a vegan meal though 🤣🤣 happy to shove any unidentifiable meat sausage down their necks but shit themselves over the thought of having to eat a green bean 🙄🤣🤣
FuckingFabulous · 25/04/2021 10:04
It's not from the OP, but it may help you gain closure 😂😂
This is precisely the sort of thing that winds me up, so I sympathise with you!
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