Anonymous asked: don't you find that last answer a bit offensive?
i could see why someone would find it offensive, but personally i do not. i would assume vegans could be tolerable that hey, i’m an omnivore so i can eat whatever kind of food i feel like, and hopefully not be judged. i don’t run around saying vegans who admit to eat their favourite foods are offensive and i’d like to think most wouldn’t either. if someone is going to get so easily offended on my personal preferences, then there’s some severely wrong with them to be so concerned with what i am doing with my own life and not being concerned with their own.
it’s like how i’ve seen a few atheists judge christians. just because you don’t have the same views, it doesn’t mean you’re ignorant, or intentionally offending someone. it’s what makes the world go ‘round. if everyone did the exact same thing, ate the exact same foods, believed in the exact same things, i feel it would be quite boring, and far be it for anyone to judge someone else for what they do with their own life.