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26th May '16 2:57:52 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* Hector's girlfriend Autumn from ''{{Zits}}''. The first time she saw Jeremy eating a burger, she got a hysterical fit [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotHeinous as if she truly had never seen anything so terrible before]].

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* Hector's girlfriend Autumn from ''{{Zits}}''.''ComicStrip/{{Zits}}''. The first time she saw Jeremy eating a burger, she got a hysterical fit [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotHeinous as if she truly had never seen anything so terrible before]].
27th Apr '16 12:21:12 AM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* Eustace and his parents in ''Literature/TheVoyageOfTheDawnTreader'' are vegetarian; they also follow other health fads like avoiding alcohol and tobacco. All these lifestyle choices tie into their characterization as trend-following snobs who subscribe to secular intellectualism instead of the GoodOldWays.

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* Eustace and his parents in ''Literature/TheVoyageOfTheDawnTreader'' are vegetarian; they also follow other health fads like avoiding alcohol and tobacco. All these lifestyle choices tie into their characterization as trend-following bland, effete snobs and trend-followers who subscribe to secular intellectualism instead of the GoodOldWays.
27th Apr '16 12:18:58 AM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* Eustace and his parents in ''Literature/TheVoyageOfTheDawnTreader'' are vegetarian; they also follow other health fads like avoiding alcohol and tobacco. All these lifestyle choices tie into their characterization as trend-following snobs obsessed with secular intellectualism and out of touch with the GoodOldWays.

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* Eustace and his parents in ''Literature/TheVoyageOfTheDawnTreader'' are vegetarian; they also follow other health fads like avoiding alcohol and tobacco. All these lifestyle choices tie into their characterization as trend-following snobs obsessed with who subscribe to secular intellectualism and out instead of touch with the GoodOldWays.
27th Apr '16 12:16:43 AM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* Eustace and his parents in ''Literature/TheVoyageOfTheDawnTreader'' are vegetarian; they also follow other health fads like avoiding alcohol and tobacco. All these lifestyle choices tie into their characterization as trend-following secular snobs who are out of touch with the GoodOldWays.

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* Eustace and his parents in ''Literature/TheVoyageOfTheDawnTreader'' are vegetarian; they also follow other health fads like avoiding alcohol and tobacco. All these lifestyle choices tie into their characterization as trend-following snobs obsessed with secular snobs who are intellectualism and out of touch with the GoodOldWays.
27th Apr '16 12:14:46 AM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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[[AC:{{Literature}}]]
* Madeline Bassett, a recurring character in Literature/JeevesAndWooster books is an unbearably mushy and sentimental girl, who eventually becomes a vegetarian and forces her fiancé to follow her diet. As a result, he leaves her for a cook.
* Magrat Garlick, in her first appearance in ''Discworld/WyrdSisters'', is the kind of vegetarian who is prone to informing non-veggies how much undigested meat they probably have in their colons. ''Discworld/LordsAndLadies'' balances it out by contrasting her with an absurdly old-fashioned cook who doesn't believe vitamins ''exist''. Interestingly, the book between those two, ''Discworld/WitchesAbroad'', doesn't really mention her vegetarianism at all, making her surprisingly unquestioning about the ingredients of all the foreign food she's trying.
* Eustace and his parents in ''Literature/TheVoyageOfTheDawnTreader'' are vegetarian; they also follow other health fads like avoiding alcohol and tobacco. All these lifestyle choices tie into their characterization as trend-following secular snobs who are out of touch with the GoodOldWays.



[[AC:Literature]]
* Madeline Bassett, a recurring character in Literature/JeevesAndWooster books is an unbearably mushy and sentimental girl, who eventually becomes a vegetarian and forces her fiancé to follow her diet. As a result, he leaves her for a cook.
* Magrat Garlick, in her first appearance in ''Discworld/WyrdSisters'', is the kind of vegetarian who is prone to informing non-veggies how much undigested meat they probably have in their colons. ''Discworld/LordsAndLadies'' balances it out by contrasting her with an absurdly old-fashioned cook who doesn't believe vitamins ''exist''. Interestingly, the book between those two, ''Discworld/WitchesAbroad'', doesn't really mention her vegetarianism at all, making her surprisingly unquestioning about the ingredients of all the foreign food she's trying.
5th Apr '16 2:49:09 AM deadwaste
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* Britta from ''Series/{{Community}}'' is one, as well as [[HypocriticalHumor highly hypocritical]] about it, smugly announcing to the Study Group that she's a vegetarian wile wearing a ''leather jacket.''

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* Britta from ''Series/{{Community}}'' is one, as well as [[HypocriticalHumor highly hypocritical]] about it, smugly announcing to the Study Group that she's a vegetarian wile while wearing a ''leather jacket.''
29th Mar '16 1:06:25 PM Whitewings
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The vast majority of vegetarians, however, are not like this. Most ''have'' eaten meat before and choose not to continue doing so for multiple reasons. The more well-rounded ones are also respectful of what others eat, though [[MeatVersusVeggies it helps if that respect is returned]].

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The vast majority of vegetarians, however, are not like this. Most ''have'' eaten meat before and choose not to continue doing so for multiple reasons. The more well-rounded ones are also respectful of what others eat, though [[MeatVersusVeggies it helps if that respect is returned]].
returned]]. Also, the distinction between vegan and vegetarian is fairly simple: Vegetarians do not eat meat, vegans do not eat any form of animal product, including dairy. Both usually try to minimize or eliminate their use of animal products in general.
29th Feb '16 8:15:04 AM StFan
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* Magrat Garlick, in her first appearance in ''Discworld/WyrdSisters'', is the kind of vegetarian who is prone to informing non-veggies how much undigested meat they probably have in their colons. ''Discworld/LordsAndLadies'' balances it out by contrasting her with an absurdly old-fashioned cook who doesn't believe vitamins ''exist''. Interestingly, the book between those two, ''WitchesAbroad'', doesn't really mention her vegetarianism at all, making her surprisingly unquestioning about the ingredients of all the foreign food she's trying.

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* Magrat Garlick, in her first appearance in ''Discworld/WyrdSisters'', is the kind of vegetarian who is prone to informing non-veggies how much undigested meat they probably have in their colons. ''Discworld/LordsAndLadies'' balances it out by contrasting her with an absurdly old-fashioned cook who doesn't believe vitamins ''exist''. Interestingly, the book between those two, ''WitchesAbroad'', ''Discworld/WitchesAbroad'', doesn't really mention her vegetarianism at all, making her surprisingly unquestioning about the ingredients of all the foreign food she's trying.
29th Jan '16 4:32:21 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''EverythingIsIlluminated'', the (obsessive) Collector wants a memento of the field of sunflowers. He walks over to them and, instead of picking a few petals or something, he picks up a harmless, living, grasshopper and seals it in one of his polypockets where, we are forced to assume, it suffocates. He is also incredibly pale.

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* In ''EverythingIsIlluminated'', ''Film/EverythingIsIlluminated'', the (obsessive) Collector wants a memento of the field of sunflowers. He walks over to them and, instead of picking a few petals or something, he picks up a harmless, living, grasshopper and seals it in one of his polypockets where, we are forced to assume, it suffocates. He is also incredibly pale.
9th Dec '15 4:20:01 PM DaibhidC
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* Magrat Garlick, in her first appearance in ''Discworld/WyrdSisters'', is the kind of vegetarian who is prone to informing non-veggies how much undigested meat they probably have in their colons. ''Discworld/LordsAndLadies'' balances it out by contrasting her with an absurdly old-fashioned cook who doesn't believe vitamins ''exist''.

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* Magrat Garlick, in her first appearance in ''Discworld/WyrdSisters'', is the kind of vegetarian who is prone to informing non-veggies how much undigested meat they probably have in their colons. ''Discworld/LordsAndLadies'' balances it out by contrasting her with an absurdly old-fashioned cook who doesn't believe vitamins ''exist''.
''exist''. Interestingly, the book between those two, ''WitchesAbroad'', doesn't really mention her vegetarianism at all, making her surprisingly unquestioning about the ingredients of all the foreign food she's trying.
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