“Fuck, I’m fucking hungry…” Josh @1:20am
“It all started with Sam posting on facebook. 100 likes for me to go vegan for a week. I quickly rushed to take it down but ‘it’ had already gathered wide public attention. Originally, I did not want to partake in the challenge but after the encouragement of many of my friends and fellow IHers I decided to consider the idea. I decided to change the challenge to be vegetarian as it would have been easier on catercare and cheaper.”
“For me, this isn’t a health thing but a friendship bonding activity. We are all in this together and without them I would never do such a thing. Our friendship bond has grown and our waist size has shrunk through this adversity. However, I’m thankful that they also want me to learn to love vegetables and become more healthy as well.
My companions did not need to accompany me through this week, however, they understand I am VERY against veges and their support is something I treasure incredibly.”
“My hatred for vegetables has always been a part of me ever since I was small. There’s something about the texture and taste. The minute it touches my mouth I feel this rush of EHUEHEFHLKSDJKNS. When I eat it in my mouth, I just want to EUuuuUUUUH. My parents forced me to eat them when I was younger, and hoped that I would eventually grow out of my meat-love passion. However, I’m proud to say I still love meat just as much as I did before.”
“An important cute fact: I go to the toilet very regularly and have never had the risk of constipation. The toilet and all its business has never been a problem for me. I do think that this is due to the fact that I love fruits as well as celery and carrot fruit juice. Oh, yeah. Just thinking about celery and carrot juice makes me excited. It’s both cleansing for the soul and the bowels.”
Do you have anything to say to your friends and supporters through this time?
“Yeah. I won’t let you down.”