Vegetarian [Vampires] Taste Better…Especially in Twilight

by Jeffrey

movies, sustainable sex, vegan, vegetarian

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Who knows what tomorrow is?

If you guessed the opening of Twilight, you’re right.

If you’ve been in a cave (or a coffin) and don’t know about this movie release, it’s your not-so-typical teeny bopper love story movie.

With vampires.

Vegetarian vampires.

One of whom is in love with a mortal.

Who he wants to bite.

One thing is for sure, if Bella IS a vegetarian she would taste a lot better to Edward…and I don’t mean her blood.

Even though I’ve previously deemed this book series (and movie) “emotional pornography for women”, it sounds like it’s a pretty cool story.

I mean I’M not going to go see it, but my wife and a friend of her’s are going Saturday night.

I’ll be with a couple of guy friends in the woods, being manly…and cold.

Vegetarians and the Love Juice

Oh yeah, I went there.

There’s a very strong rumor floating around that a vegetarian or vegan diet improves the flavor of “the good stuff”.

But is it true?

An article on PlanetGreen (and TreeHugger) that’s all about how to green your sex life doesn’t know if it’s true either, but they go on to say,

“Even if it does nothing for your flavor, you may score points for being a good steward of the planet. The meat industry is immensely resource intensive and accounts for 70% of the water pollution in the US.”

PlanetGreen

EatVeg.com has a great article that suggests it isn’t just the fun fluids that are affected by eating vegan or vegetarian, it may actually make you better lover as a whole!

Check out more on how to have sustainable sex here at The Fun Times Guide to Living Green.

Twilight Movie Release Randomness

Looking for fun ways to celebrate the release of the Twilight movie tomorrow?

Deck yourself out in a Vegetarian Vampire t-shirt from Cafepress.

They also have pens, mugs, notebooks, and anything else you’d want in vegetarian vampire paraphernalia as well.

You can also pick up your very own Vampire Wine from Vampire.com (fancy that).

They’ve got it in cabernet sauvignon, merlot, white zin, pinot noir, pinot grigio, and chardonnay. Of course, the cabernet sauvignon and merlot look the best due to their deep red color and bottle.

Check out Paramore’s kick ass video and title track to the movie:

Are you currently vegetarian or vegan?

If so, how about shedding some light through personal experience as to the positive rumors that result from eating a vegetarian or vegan diet?