Robin Quivers at a signing for her new book 'The Vegucation Of Robin: How Real Food Saved My Life' at Barnes & Noble in New York City. (October 9, 2013) -Photo: Fame/Flynet, Getty, INFphoto, Pacific Coast News, Splash News, WENN
The girl on the right is a perfect example of a vegan; pale and overweight. But they’re “healthy”
It’s a good thing my delicious vegan spouse doesn’t fit your stereotype.
You ATE her????
for the goddamn thousandth time Cock Dr is a woman and the only ginger I’d bang.
also the only vegan I’d bang.
So her spouse therefore MUST be male? Homophobe!
I’ve yet to see a picture of you, hook me up!
I’ll help you out Deacon…just imagine if Christina Hendricks had a very short, plain, genuine ginger older sister…with a big dueling scar across the face.
I can work with that.
This happens when you replace meat with Doritos.
LOL…how did it save her life, could she BE any fatter?
To be fair, she’s been battling cancer for a couple of months. Just saying…
She was quite large many, many years ago. Well before the cancer.
Unless she lives forever, real foods didn’t save fuck-all – they just delayed the inevitable.
Doesn’t that describe life in general?
a fat vegan is a pretty rare thing. Kind of like a happy feminist.
A fat, happy, feminist vegan that would rather not talk about it. That would probably open up a wormhole.
I just don’t recognize her without the garbage bag suit on… Supa Dupa fly.
so glad she’s doing well! Robin’s awesome/ cooked vegan stuff is too gourmet & high in fat. Low fat *RAW* vegan is the way to go.
Vegans remind me how much I love meat.
I love how her dedicated team of health care providers and decades of cancer research fail to get any credit.
C’mon… how’s she supposed to make any money off of that?
I try to be positive and learn something from every experience. For example, I learned from this picture that vegans can be fat.
The More You Know.
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