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“Vegetarians are secretly eating meat!” says voucher website looking for attention

A third of vegetarians own up to eating meat on nights out

A survey of nearly 2,000 so-called vegetarians finds more than two thirds admit to eating meat on a night out – with one in three doing it every time they get drunk.

A third of vegetarians admit to eating meat every time they get drunk, according to a survey.

Two in five of 1,789 vegetarians questioned owned up to treating themselves to a sneaky kebab after a few drinks.

Source: Independent, 8th October 2015


A third of ‘vegetarians’ eat meat when drunk on a night out

The survey found 69 per cent of so-called veggies said they kept their meat eating a secret from friends and family

A third of so-called vegetarians eat meat when they are under the influence of alcohol, a survey has found.

One in three have also said they eat meat every time they were drunk on a night out with kebab meat and beef burgers being the most common.

Source: Telegraph, 8th Ocotber 2015


Those sneaky vegetarians! I knew it all along! Surely this story has to be true, and there can’t possibly be any other explanation for how a ‘finding’ like this could appear in two national newspapers, right?

The survey was conducted by money-saving website Voucher Codes Pro.

George Charles, founder of the website, said: “I know a few ‘vegetarians’ who sometimes crave meat, but it seems that a few are giving into their cravings when drunk.

“I think it’s important for friends of these ‘vegetarians’ to support them when drunk and urge them not to eat meat as I’m sure they regret it the next day.”

In fact, it’s just a case of a discount voucher website trying to do anything to get a mention in the paper, just to remind you they still exist.

“Men are fickle and lazy!” says voucher company looking to make headlines

“Men are fickle and lazy!” says voucher company looking to make headlines

An irritating story of gender stereotyping, now, with the supposed discover of what makes a perfect partner – for women, trust is key; for men, it’s appearances. While this belies only a light smattering of annoying gender generalisations, we’re really only scratching the surface. What else is important to men and to women?

Women also cite ‘romantic’ and ‘career driven’ as positive traits when it comes to choosing the perfect husband.

Very mature and grown-up there, girls.

Men, on the other hand, say willingness to look after them and allowing them to watch sports are more important.

Ah, because men are infantile and need to be looked after, right?

Women look for a much deeper connection from their partner than men do.

Gotcha – because women are mature, grown-up and responsible.

Realistically, men seem to want someone who is sexually compatible, but who will also wait on them hand and foot like their mothers would.

Again, men are children who only really look for a version of their mother they can fuck, right?

It’s also no surprise that the majority of men chose a higher age bracket to get married than women, as it has been proven that women are more advanced with maturity, whilst men don’t quite know how to act their age.

I would love to see precisely where it has been ‘proven’ that women are more ‘advanced with maturity’ than men (whatever that means). Equally, the notion that men don’t know how to act their age is generic stereotypical nonsense – for one, if all men don’t act their age, then however all men who are a certain age act must be how men of that age act. Even logically, this whole angle falls apart.

Still, it achieved a few headlines, as lazy gender stereotyping so often does – hang what message you’re propagating about women and about men, so long as it gets your voucher website mentioned in the press:

A spokesman for VoucherCodesPro.co.uk, who carried out the survey, said: ‘It’s no surprise that the perceptions of what makes a partner marriage material between men and women is vastly different.

Voucher Codes Pro, it’s worth noting, employ the PR company 10 Yetis… the same PR team who recently brought you Britain’s Horniest Students.

You see, what a client looks for in a PR relationship is a PR company who can nurture and support them through reliable and effective, attention-grabbing PR.

Whereas what PR company wants from a client relationship is a client who will pay the bills on time and not worry about the low standard of bullshit the PR company churns out to make it into the news.

If this sounds overly negative and simplistic, 10 Yetis / Voucher Codes Pro, perhaps you now see my point.


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