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    Maniac Mechanic Supporting Member Big Dozer's Avatar
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    Got invited to a "Taco Night" yesterday. It was a vegan party...Those WERE NOT tacos. No meat, beans were off and the cheese wasnt really cheese it was this nasty stuff. Plus the tortillas tasted awful. I tried feeding it to their dog and even he wouldnt eat it. I like vegan food. But those were not tacos.

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    Why did you stay? Why did you not bring it up with the shitty host?

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    Shitty Host is Shitty.

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    Maniac Mechanic Supporting Member Big Dozer's Avatar
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    The taco bell dog is rolling over in his little grave :(

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    Consider the reverse and you'll know the correct action. If it was the vegan who came to your Taco Night, they would look disdainfully and sickeningly at the "flesh," and depending on their douchiness would launch into how bad that is in as many ways as they take it up the ass, or they would say "no thank you" and not eat.

    You should have done similar. If asked why you weren't eating, you should politely but pointedly respond, "There's no food here." If they point to the tacos say, "That's not food."

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    Maniac Mechanic Supporting Member Big Dozer's Avatar
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    They shouldve said vegan taco-ettes. It was taco fraud. If I invited a vegan over for tacos they would damn well know there would be meat there. If there wasnt it would be tacos. Plus they could just put veggies in their tacos. No option of meat was available. It was taco fruad plain and simple.

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    You shoulda brought a bag of my delicious new Ham Chips (patent pending)!!

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    this reminds me of a friend of mine. he was one of those vegetarians that didn't eat animal products because of the inherant cruelty and torture that is industrialized commercial livestock, not some kind of dietary concern. a few years ago he decided to go on a vacation to mexico. while there he ran out of money and was helped by some people that gave him a place to stay and work. when they learned of his vegetarianism they made him kill a pig and eat the cooked meat. he makes the best damn sausage meat burritos now, i can't even duplicate it.
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    They allowed him to eat it cooked? Where's the win in that.

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    He had to kill it with his teeth though, so it balances out.

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