This young woman suffers from a painful condition, knowns as bwvaktboom, as in "Boyfriend went vegan and knocked the bottom out of me. Yes, that really is a shame, isn't it? PETA specifically wants you to pay attention to this:

For years, women have been open to the physical, emotional, and karmic benefits of veganism. But now, more and more men are discovering the perks of a plant-based diet. More specifically, a dramatic increase in their wang power and sexual stamina.
Unfortunately, the consequences of all this mind-blowing intercourse can often lead to sex injuries such as whiplash, pulled muscles, rug burn, and even a dislocated

I have very good friends who are vegan, and I've never tapped that, but the bragging going on about how much they can hang on in bed and how well they "taste".. well.. Sex is like money. If you talk about it all the time, you clearly don't have any. That the ad looks a little like they're documenting domestic violence victims isn't good either.

And I'm not sure veganism does the same for the ladies, as the related video to this one on Youtube shows this young lady known as the "angry little vegan" ranting on her "stupid boyfriend". Her meat-eating boyfriend by the way. I can think of a few times when this is not a good quality in a boyfriend, like when you have no meat yourself. Oh, we're still talking about food. Sorry. My bad.

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