Maintaining a healthy vegetarian diet while travelling can be very challenging. Over the last month or so I’ve been traveling so much I started to skip meals more than I should and lost weight I really didn’t want to. When I got home my housemates, lover and friends began a process of meat seduction. They told me that the iron in meat would heal my bruises (from a caning at Folsom), that it would make me strong again. I was feeling so weak, so tired that I caved. I did something I haven’t done in 15 years, I ate red meat. I was assured that it was grass fed, locally grown beef, so it probably wasn’t from a feedlot in central California. Damn, it made me feel so good. But now I feel dirty, even sinful. Will the animals no longer trust me? Will my vegetarian friends disown me?

Sarah has assured me that it can be just a temporary thing, eating meat to regain my strength and then returning to my normal diet of vegetarian fare, but I’m not sure I even want to. Bad Mandy Mitchell.

12 Responses to “I’ve been a bad girl”

  1. Andre Says:

    so bad… I’d take you on my laps and slap your ass, if I were there…

  2. Mandy Says:

    Well someone needs to

  3. Mr. Jones Says:

    Hey Mandy! It’s ok, you have to take care of yourself. You still can get back on the vegetarian wagon. And if the other vegeterians disown you. Who cares! There not perfect either..


  4. Mandy Says:

    I know. But I haven’t eaten red meat since I was 13 so it feels like a really big deal.

  5. Peter Says:

    Hello Mandy,
    I hope eating meat will turn You in a hot-blooded wildcat that needs to get leashed and then tamed with more painful butt and baresole canings before being allowed to devour another piece of meat, haha.

  6. Mandy Says:


    I’m already a hot-blooded wildcat that needs to get leashed and tamed. I’m just waiting for the lion tamer that can do it. The meat is just making me stronger.

  7. Cand86 Says:

    As someone who eats meat regularly, I will only whisper “Come to the dark side.” and recede into the shadows.

    I still want to at least try vegetarianism for a while, but argh, meat is so delicious!

  8. Trixie Says:

    It’s a pretty big deal that you’ve made it so many years without caving so congrats on that! It would be sad if you ate red meat finally and DIDN’T take an enormous amount of pleasure in it otherwise the sacrifice wouldn’t have been worth it.

    So hungry now . . .

  9. thewalll Says:

    Mandy – I would love the opportunity to leash and tame the red-blooded wildcat that is strengthened and aroused by redmeat.

    I may very well be able to tame and calm your wilness, but even with all your beauty, appeal and the far away look in your beautiful eyes, my taming of you in one way may not be enough to change the free spirited heart of a lion that I have.

    Have Fun! Let’s meet: Rose Garden or Mt. Hood?

  10. rachid Says:

    hello mandy im a veru big fan of u i like u so much a dmy dream is to make love whit u one day
    kisses email me plz

  11. MonkeyBrnz Says:

    Everyone slips occasionally, and it’s harder when everyone around you eats meat, and worse when they’re really worried for you.

    Go back to being a veggie, and try to avoid the situation again if possible. It’s when you start slipping frequently and it becomes easier to convince yourself that’s its’ ok that you should worry.

    Glad to hear you’re back in health

  12. Mandy Says:

    Yeah, I plan on going back to veggie, but with all the travel I’ve been doing a little bit of free range chicken makes me feel much stronger.