This question is really about whether you value beauty (thinness) or health (absence of illness). They are not necessarily the same. Someone who refuses to eat vegetables may eat an unbalanced diet, but because of a restrictive diet, that someone may be very thin.
- Yes38% (136)49% (119)42% (255)Vote
- Yes, but ONLY if that person is thin11% (38)18% (45)14% (83)Vote
- No51% (182)33% (81)44% (263)Vote
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It would be a problem for me, because I'm pretty sure it's impossible to be truly healthy if you refuse to ever eat a single vegetable. Maybe they're still thin and fairly healthy while they're young, but down the line, it could become a serious issue. I like to think ahead. I won't say this is a 100% deal breaker, but I'd definitely be concerned about someone who refused to eat any vegetables at all. And partly because it shows immaturity and irresponsibility.2