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Re: Well-meaning saboteurs


I didn't eat raw stuff only during Easter.. but I did have a problem with my "in-laws" and food. We went to my boyfriend's grandparents' house, and his parents were there too. They made a dinner of cooked leg of lamb, with some other gross stuff. There was nothing there I wanted to put into my body. They kept scowling and saying I should try the lamb because it was delicious and they were sure that if i tried it i would like it. I explained that I don't eat lamb because I used to have a pet lamb and that it was a horrible thought to me. They acted like I had insulted them personally and kept badgering me to put some lamb gravy on my bread, since i could taste the meat without actually eating it. I said eating lamb gravy wasn't any different to me!! I finally had to leave the table for a few minutes because they simply wouldn't drop the subject and when I came back they just kept glaring at me. I can't imagine what leads people to be so pushy about food. If someone doesn't want to eat something they consider a pet, I would totally understand!! They would never ask me to eat dog or cat! Oh well, soon we will be moving.. I have only 2 or 3 more dinners with those people and I know now to eat before I go.

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