From: Karen ( -184.108.40.206)
Subject: Why do meat-eaters attack?
Date: July 4, 2013 at 3:07 am PST
Someone asked me about whether I eat honey and I said no. They asked why and I explained about the bees habitat, the double-stomach thing, the poop/vomit thing etc.
They simply told me we need bees. I have no problem with that and, I thought, ended the conversation by saying that I choose to leave bees and their honey alone.
Then, strangely they attacked verbally. Apparently killing vegetables is wrong. I got the usual comments about them screaming and having feelings etc and that I'm a moron for not wanting to kill animals to eat but being ok with killing veggies.
How do you deal with that?
Walking away just seems to make them angrier and I think I may have damaged a friendship because I said 'haha that's funny!' ooops!
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