I was talking to a vegan this morning (one of my buddies friends) and she is a complete whackjob.
The first thing she did was bring up the fact that I am eating foods from an animal in turmoil (I was eating eggs).
I told her I eat foods from animals and I enjoy it and she proceeded to tell me I will pay for it cause I am going to die at an early age. I told her that she is retarded and animal fats are essential to a good diet but she didn't listen and spewed out more of her bull****.
She actually said this quote on quote "I took a course on nutrition, so I know a lot more than you sweetheart"
I nearly lost it but I maintained myself and told her this "No matter how much you protest and continue not eating meat, I will still have a freshly slain calf on my plate ready to eat, you mad?" (we happened to talk about the process of veal (slaughtering baby calfs), and I brought this up just to piss her off more
let me close by saying I have no problems with people who make their own descions in life, but don't force your retarded **** on me, let me do my own thing.
-Talk to vegan she tells me I am eating foods from animals in turmoil
-she tells me I am going to pay for eating foods from animals cause I will die at a young age
-stupidest bitch you will ever meet
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Whether or not they are vega-tarian, religious, political, or whatever, the bottom line is they are insensitively belligerent of beliefs. It's an immature way of trying to spread the idea of something they strongly believe in. But even worse, this tactic causes a reverse effect and creates backfire and causes the person whom you're trying to convince to get irritated and resist your message, and head the opposite way.
I bet after your interaction with her, I bet you wanted to consume the meatiest sammich you could find.
I can see it from her view, because I used to behave similar to her (maybe not as bad). I used to be strong about my political views around a bunch of naive college kids who took everything the TV and their professors said for face value, and got so frustrated that I got aggressive about discussing politics. I found that I was distancing myself from my friends and people did not like hanging around me as much anymore.
Now I try not to let my emotions get in the way of persuasion. In due time, your friend will learn the same.1