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How Not To Be Inconsiderate but Not Go Against Your Morals

Going to L.A. for the first time on Saturday to help a friend with casting for a project. So basically I will be watching auditions and deciding who gets the part. I have so much power! Lol.

Got a message from her saying that she will “provide lunch”. I’m not entirely sure what that means. Will she be making food to bring with or will be go out to eat. I’m sure we don’t have much time to go out to eat so the first one will most likely be it. Now I don’t want to be inconsiderate or ungrateful but I also don’t want to go against my morals just to please someone. So I probably should mention to her that I don’t eat animals products and I could bring food if that is a problem; depending on what is being brought. But it will be me, her and maybe one more person. I hate being that person but I also don’t want to say nothing and have nothing I can eat.

I ended up quietly messaging her on Facebook and telling her that I don’t mind bring my own food if it will be an issue.

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Passionate vegan. Catholic.

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