I saw something the other day that might fit here...."If I were an animal, I would eat vegetarians"
like that drawing.....brocolli --- celery -- gotta be -- beet-le tales !!
Ha.... I have a funny (well, it was to me) tale to tell. Where I fed Macca's (then) publicist meat by mistake.
Years ago, I used to run a pub in a tiny village called Icklesham. Paul McCartney lived up the road, in Peasmarsh. Anyhooooo, we also had bed and breakfast rooms, and a music film crew stayed with us for about 3 weeks as they were doing a video at Maccas place. Lovely guys, brilliant stories, anyway they bought his publicist to eat one evening. Film crew (not on his staff) were all big meat eaters. Publicist ordered vegetable lasagne. Served it up to him, got half way cross the dining room, back to the bar and something in my head went "ping" and I turned, just in time to see him put a forkful of it in his mouth. I ran across shouting "NO!!!!!!!!!" and arrived just in time to see him spit it out onto his plate. I'd given him the beef lasagne by mistake. He didn't come again!!!
lol... That is funny. You really needn't have worried though. If the guy eats out much, he's eaten plenty of meat products. I've been a quasi-vegetarian most of my life and I quickly figured out if I wanted to eat out, I couldn't worry if lard or bacon grease were used as seasonings.
I hope Paul puts Beano on the serving tables. People are going give free food a chance but those who aren't used to vegetarian meals can get severe stomach aches.
*sings* give peas a chance
Some hae meat and cannae eat
Some would eat that want it
But we hae meat and we can eatSae let the Lord be thankit - Scottish "Grace before meals"
It might be from when he lived in Scotland and they had sheep - I don't know for sure what made him become a vegetarian apart from Linda being a vegetarian
Sir Paul can sure put on an excellent concert - even at the age of 71 - so if that's what comes from being a vegetarian maybe I should stop eating meat!