on a more realistic note, was I the only one that ever cut worms in half as a kid to see if they would regenerate? The only problem was I cut them too many times and wanted too much regeneration. Bio 11 taught me the error of my ways.
I don't know. I don't bother killing them, unless they're flies (I don't feel bad about them - they'd die soon anyway). Most bugs don't scare me too much, because I've been bitten by a Redback spider. Didn't actually hurt that much. I've also gotten several wasp stings within a minute. That was painful.
And if the cloud bursts, thunder in your ear
You shout and no one seems to hear.
And if the band you're in starts playing different tunes
I'll see you on the dark side of the moon.
First of all being a vegan is not just about not eating meat. Vegans also don't wear clothes made from animal hides or don't use furniture made from trees(since cutting down of trees destroys natural habitat of many animals), among some other shit they avoid.
2. Personally , I don't kill spiders or insects; I even own one of these:
Spoiler for bug-catcher:
BUT BECAUSE I DO KILL animals indirectly in other ways(I am a meat eater, though I try to eat as little as possible), I have no right to shamelessly play the animal-sympathiser gimmick.
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