Quote from Garret
And have made extinct quite a few tasty species along the way.
What's the reason for having a long intestine? Why is our saliva less acid then many carnivores? Why do we have flat edged teeth?
Our teeth, our salivia, and our digestive system, and even our hands are for the consumption of plants, and we would hardly be able to eat meat if it wasn't for our preparation of it through cooking.
You must be a really heavy vegetarian to start defending your rights as a vegetarian and arguing with pretty much everyone disagreeing with you. Why can we communicate with one another? Why do we have opposable thumbs? Because that's how we were made. There are many things that are different about us that are not the same with other animals, and you could talk about those differences for a long period of time. It doesn't matter if you're vegetarian, it doesn't matter if you eat meat. And actually, I don't really have flat edged teeth, my front teeth are pretty sharp, and I had 4 "vampire fangs" if you will, when I was younger.