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Guys like this are why Portlanders have a rap for being derpy.
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Indeed.  I see people like this in Seattle, too.
It's like he's saying, "I don't know what the heck I'm eating, but I'm assuming it's edible (or even healthy) because it has this word I recognize attached to it!"
+Susana Betancourt: Whoa, nobody criticized your dietary choices, I got curious how that food was even possible and what it was really made of. I'm sorry your boyfriend was incapable of articulating himself on the subject.
I hate it when people act all cordial to hide their frustration. It just makes every conversation seem false.
I have nothing against vegeterians, but the way I see it, if you're trying to 'simulate' animal products with plants, you're doing it wrong. Enjoy the plant products for what they are, rather than processing them into something they were never meant to be.

Also, learn to type.
Susana seems to be substantially more sincere than Ramos, I'm pretty sure her frustration is genuine for reasons that should be apparent.
Mostly because the two ideas were so mindnlowingly opposite at face falue. The intended tone was incredulous, not indignant. And we're asking, despite the jaw drop from Ramos' reaction.
OK, but what is it actually made of?
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