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Originally posted by maysay1 maysay1 wrote:

Originally posted by OrriannaRose OrriannaRose wrote:

Originally posted by modelbusiness82 modelbusiness82 wrote:



So no dairy milk, no eggs. So it's a cake that lacks eggs and dairy.


 
Stern Smile That is not a cake. LOLStern Smile


Exactly.

I would rather she had served oreos (as far as I know those are considered vegan).

As someone else said, it depends on the caterer though. I've had great vegan food at restaurants. The venue only worked with certain caterers though.

My other sister is getting married at the beginning of March but thankfully we're going to a restaurant afterward. That wedding is going to be another interesting affair though because his family are devout muslims and don't even want them to kiss at the wedding.


sounds like your family courts controversy. :)
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Originally posted by maysay1 maysay1 wrote:

Originally posted by EPITOME EPITOME wrote:

Originally posted by maysay1 maysay1 wrote:

Originally posted by EPITOME EPITOME wrote:

is being non-traditional an important part of your identity?


Yes, I think so. Though I have been trying to objectively evaluate why that is recently.

Funnily enough, this sister is the one who I'm least close with and being non-traditional is her identity. It's one of the reasons we don't get along...partly because I always feel like she's doing way too much. I don't want to be like that, that's for sure.

i think this what i was trying to ask


i dont think you need to examine yourself too much. i just think you don't like her & her shen.angiansLOL


Ain't that the truth.

She used to attend a white privilege support group. I think I'm still mad at her for that.


Stern Smile Are you guys white? This whole time I was thinking she's black!
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everything seems nicer when people talk about it

however the reality is often something else

he is no less of a man however
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I've had good vegan cake and im critical 

As far as the name bothering you, i don't think it's the non conformity that bothers you, it's probably the inequality that bothers you.   The fact that he didn't even get that, the name, that seems unjust.   If he was in control of everything or most and took your sister's name, I think you'd be pleased.  So youre still happily non conformist and still consistent, no worries


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Is it a cultural thing? Bc we take the husband's name here in America but in some other countries, they take the wife's name. Heritage goes with the mother, its the reverse here. Too many kids wind up having daddies name and then mom gets divorce, so it looks crazy when it doesnt match. 
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I dont see what the big deal is 
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Originally posted by ScorpioLuv ScorpioLuv wrote:

Is it a cultural thing? Bc we take the husband's name here in America but in some other countries, they take the wife's name. Heritage goes with the mother, its the reverse here. Too many kids wind up having daddies name and then mom gets divorce, so it looks crazy when it doesnt match. 


Not necessarily...in PRican culture, even if the wife hyphenates her last name, the child can sometimes just keep the mother's last name. Maybe not so much for those born in the mainland, but for ppl who still live on the island, it's a normal custom.
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Originally posted by Qualified Qualified wrote:

I've tasted a vegan cake before, and in all honesty, if I had to compare it to anything I'd compare it to... Sweetened Recycled Brown Paper Towels.


lol. yuckers
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Has anyone been called a hater yet?
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He's latino and he allowed this?  it's gotta be for papers.
 
 
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