Vegetarians - last of a dying breed ??

Looks like all these people being smug about health and drinking soya milk might be the last in their line.

According to new research - all products containing soya damage womens ability to concieve ... being a natural contraceptive.
A chemical in present in all soya products appears to affect sperm and triggers it to 'go off' too soon - meaning there is alot less chance of being able to fertilise an egg.

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So if we can just keep these hippies drinking soya milk, we can kill them all off and get back to eating bacon butties without the dirty looks :thumbsup: :rotfl:
 
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rhoamish

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Ethics Gradient said:
So if we can just keep these hippies drinking soya milk, we can kill them all off and get back to eating bacon butties without the dirty looks :thumbsup: :rotfl:
It's not nice to taunt veggies with bacon butties. Those aren't dirty looks: they're just hungry.
 
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Deleted member 13294

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Ethics Gradient said:
A chemical in present in all soya products appears to affect sperm and triggers it to 'go off' too soon
:rotfl:

So not only do they not get to enjoy bacon butties, they also cannot enjoy any sustained rumpy pumpy sessions as they "go off" too soon?
 

Nobber22

Novice Member
Ethics Gradient said:
According to new research - all products containing soya damage womens ability to concieve ... being a natural contraceptive.
Should be compulsory for all single women on benefits. :lesson:
 

Beobloke

Active Member
Ethics Gradient said:
So if we can just keep these hippies drinking soya milk, we can kill them all off and get back to eating bacon butties without the dirty looks :thumbsup: :rotfl:
:rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :smashin:
 

richjthorpe

Novice Member
Oi, my wife is vegetarian and she's got no worries about making me a bacon butty.
 

Mr Cat

Banned
who can resist the smell of a bacon butty...??
 
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Dr Diversity

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Ethics Gradient said:
So if we can just keep these hippies drinking soya milk, we can kill them all off and get back to eating bacon butties without the dirty looks :thumbsup: :rotfl:
That's Darwin's natural selection and survival of the fittest all over again :)
 
richjthorpe said:
Oi, my wife is vegetarian and she's got no worries about making me a bacon butty.
I bet she looks at you smiling when she makes it ....

.... but in her mind shes thinking ' evil baby pig killer , evil baby pig killer - headache tonight for him !!! ' ;)


( I know its pigglet ... but 'baby' is more emotive ) ;)
 
huwg said:
:eek:
What !
Bacon comes from a p-p-pig !!!

:eek: :eek:

....... well that can occastionally depend on the establishment


Ask for a long pig buttie ;)
 
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Dr Diversity

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Where do Vegetarians come from? Is Vegetaria in Europe? Is it any where near Vega?
 
Dr Diversity said:
Where do Vegetarians come from? Is Vegetaria in Europe? Is it any where near Vega?
from the banks of Lake Hippytreehug in the land of Smug
 

overkill

Well-known Member
:D
Looks like all these people being smug about health and drinking soya milk might be the last in their line.
Total BS m8. :) The wife's a vegetarian, we have three kids, and might have had another (nuff said). All the vegetarians, and those eating semi vegetarian diets (majority of meals non meat), we know have plenty of kids.

Maybe we were all just lucky - or perhaps this is yet more 'research' sponsored on the quiet by the "meat lobby". :D :devil: ;)

No, my wife doesn't hanker after a bacon butty anymore. It did take 9 years though...........
 

squirrely

Active Member
This place here satisfies my bloodlust;).The streaky bacon is fantastic:thumbsup:

Much better than supermarket c:censored:p.
 
overkill said:
:D Total BS m8. :) The wife's a vegetarian, we have three kids, and might have had another (nuff said). All the vegetarians, and those eating semi vegetarian diets (majority of meals non meat), we know have plenty of kids.

Maybe we were all just lucky - or perhaps this is yet more 'research' sponsored on the quiet by the "meat lobby". :D :devil: ;)

No, my wife doesn't hanker after a bacon butty anymore. It did take 9 years though...........
A) I did the thread as 'abit of a joke' - with my tongue in cheek

B) it is NOT meat lobby propaganda .... its credible research indicating a potential negative factor when women are trying to concieve.

The scientist envolved is a member of the European Society for Human Reproduction and Embryology in Copenhagen - and the research is published in quite a few of the leading science journals. They don't say people who absorb genistein into their bodies risk lower conception rates ... as there is a current rise in human infertility in the west especailly, it is something to seriously consider...... on a scientific basis.

And if the tree huggers don't like it, then they can fight me over it ... since they are all weak from malutrition and lack of Big Macs
 

John

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Ethics Gradient said:
A) .... its credible research indicating a potential negative factor when women are trying to concieve.
You sure you didn't get it from an Email ? :D
John
 

overkill

Well-known Member
I did the thread as 'abit of a joke' - with my tongue in cheek
I know! :rotfl:

it is NOT meat lobby propaganda .... its credible research indicating a potential negative factor when women are trying to concieve.
............and again. Check out the :devil: after that comment. My reference to the 'meat lobby' was, well, work it out. ;)

And if the tree huggers don't like it, then they can fight me over it ... since they are all weak from malutrition and lack of Big Macs
Oh behave, being a member of the pasty, weak knee'd, PC hugging, mega-nerd, IT crowd, you can't shout! :D :laugh:
 

hornydragon

Well-known Member
overkill said:
:D Total BS m8. :) The wife's a vegetarian, we have three kids, and might have had another (nuff said). All the vegetarians, and those eating semi vegetarian diets (majority of meals non meat), we know have plenty of kids.
What else is there to do on a sunday morning if you cant enjoy a nice bacon Buttie :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :cool:
 

overkill

Well-known Member
What else is there to do on a sunday morning if you cant enjoy a nice bacon Buttie
You need to ask! :eek:
 

Beobloke

Active Member
hornydragon said:
What else is there to do on a sunday morning if you cant enjoy a nice bacon Buttie :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :cool:
I can think of one or two things that could be completed before the missus gets out of bed to make me the aforementioned bacon buttie.......... :D :smashin:
 

richjthorpe

Novice Member
Ethics Gradient said:
A) I did the thread as 'abit of a joke' - with my tongue in cheek
Makes it even funnier that you couldn't tell that Overkills post was done in humour and once again you turn another thread into a fight.
 
richjthorpe said:
Makes it even funnier that you couldn't tell that Overkills post was done in humour and once again you turn another thread into a fight.
oh go away - myself and overkill have had a bit of a tit for tat thing because our political views are somewhat different on posts ... and neither of us would back down ... so when he posted I went on the defensive. Which on my part was a miss reading. However I didn't 'insult him' - start a fight - or anything else , I simply stated what I ment, intended and also commented on the real story behind my thread.

then finished it off with a joke and in good humour

you however come onto a thread I start with humour and fun in mind insulting me by infereing I cause fights on threads ..... precisely the thing you are doing.
I like a lively debate, am passionate about what I believe in and sometimes a like abit of light hearted fun..... I don't set out to 'start fights'

If you don't like my threads, comments or me personaly - don't post on threads I create.
 

Peridot

Well-known Member
Ethics Gradient said:
Looks like all these people being smug about health and drinking soya milk might be the last in their line.
Soya in a massive number of processed foods, including 'meat' products, I'm afraid. Bacon butties are likely to have soya flour in the buttie bit too :(.


I don't reckon soya milk is better for my health but I prefer the taste :smashin:
 

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