Redditor Asks If She Was Wrong For Not Telling A Vegan Mom That She Was Eating Non-Vegan Candy
The vegan diet is known for its strict rule of not eating anything that comes from animals. People who fully follow this way of life are called true vegans, and they know a lot about it.
Let's delve into our story today about a vegan mom. On Halloween, OP's neighbor, who's a dedicated vegan mom, offered to walk OP's kids around with hers. The next day, at the park, something happened that caused some tension between them. It turned out that the neighbor took five bags of candy from each of OP's kids. It wasn't until she had already eaten it that OP told her the candy was non-vegan. This news made the neighbor upset, and she's been giving OP angry looks ever since. OP's husband thinks she should have stayed quiet, but OP strongly believes that her neighbor's actions needed a response because taking candy from kids just isn't right. Scroll down to read the full story.
A neighbor offered to walk OP's kids around with hers.
OP's daughter asked for a piece of candy, but the neighbor refused, and said it was her "tax candy."
She explained why.
"Aren't you vegan?"
She ate gelatin without acknowledging it.
She's giving OP dirty looks.
OP's husband thinks OP was wrong to do so.
OP explained the situation further.
She claims to be vegan to anyone she meets.
She googled the candy.
She might be dumb or she lies about being a vegan.
Time to jump into the comments and explore the insights of fellow Redditors!
As people hold different views, some think it was okay for OP not to tell her neighbor about the candy, while others question the authenticity of the incident altogether. We're curious to know what you think, so feel free to leave a comment below!