Are you put off eating meat?
Do cows in the fields and lambs larking about put you off eating meat? Or even the recent horsemeat scandal?
Peter Chapman ponders vegetarianism in his column in today's Grimsby Telegraph.
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IT DEPENDS what jogs me. But I could easily become a vegetarian. It’s a townie hazard.
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The feeling gets worse as the years go by. I actually like to see a field full of cows... and lambs larking about... and chickens. And oink oink. Do I really have to eat all these chums?
Well, yes, I do.
There are, as the solicitors say, mitigating circs. One occurred last Friday, February 1, when the open season on pheasants closed.
The cock pheasant is a magnificent sight. Regrettably he tastes as good as he looks.
However, he can now strut with impunity. I’d rather watch him than shoot him.