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Meat eater Charlie Bryant, 34, of High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, said he would "never give up meat" - even for love - and admitted dumping a university girlfriend who kept pestering him to become a vegetarian.Veganism is one of Britain’s fastest growing lifestyle movements - there are now over half a million plant-based dieters living in the UK and that figure is set to rapidly rise over the next decade.When quizzed, meat eaters said their top three 'worries' about dating a veggie were "cooking and planning meals together", eating meat in front of them and planning the Christmas menu without turkey, beef, lamb, chicken or pork on the table.The poll found that 92 per cent of vegetarians would prefer to date a vegetarian, while 90 per cent of meat eaters would prefer to date a meat eater.People do change their eating habits—most of us weren’t born vegan or vegetarian—but it’s best not to base your relationship on that hope.

And that’s not to mention the many problems arising from ideological differences.“They certainly help stoke some fiery conversation.Ultimately, I look at a person as a complete package.To coincide with World Vegetarian Day tomorrow, the poll also found that vegetarians and vegans had the "highest sex drive" - leaving meat eaters in their wake when it comes to steamy romps.It found that 80 per cent of vegans said they had a "very high sex drive" which meant they found it "very difficult" to go without sex for any length of time, compared to 75 per cent of vegetarians and 73 per cent of meat eaters.