I suppose, like many things, this question is going to vary person to person. But the general question is quite simple. Is it realistic for vegans to date non-vegans?
Vegans have to go through so much shit -- I'm talking so so much, that we take extreme pride in being vegan. Because it's not easy and has its challenges; And overall, there is literally nothing more unselfish than not eating animals and using their byproducts.
I wasn’t happy. I was bored. I wasn’t seeing the results the guru had promised and truth is, I hardly understood why I was REALLY doing it.
Men can be such immature little boys sometimes. I mean, seriously guys, it's time to grow up! Listen, I'm sure you have a nice piece of artwork in your pants. And I'm sure you think it's the greatest thing since sliced bread. But don't want to see your ding-ding or pee-pee.
The other day I was walking in the city and saw a group of vegans wearing masks, promoting videos and posters of deceased, tortured animals. Most people
There’s nothing more disarming and appealing than someone with a sense of humor. Life’s hard enough as it is, and if you can’t laugh at your quirks then don’t expect it to get any easier.
This whole journey felt like an uphill rollerblading session. Having gone from not having to think of dating as a struggle to trying to find a grain of rice in the sand, is not something I would have ever expected to endure.
Money and looks are both tools that are great to have – but they’re not, in the grander scheme, going to change much in your life – if you weren't happy to begin with.
Everything has changed with the relationships I used to have with my friends. I still like sports, and beautiful women, and working out, and jokes, and having a good time – but I am not the same guy.
If you tell any straight, single man that there’s a club where the women outnumber the men 4 to 1 – men would be a lined up for miles to get in.