Suppose my sandwiches regularly disappear from the office communal fridge, even though I clearly label them "private". Many people have attempted to solve a situation like this by lacing their sandwiches with laxatives. Trouble is, this is clearly illegal. The court would argue that a reasonable person wouldn't want to eat a sandwich with laxatives in it, so there was a clear intent to hurt the thief.
However, what if I jazz up my sandwich with a near-lethal dose of my home made Carolina Reaper sauce which, unlike laxatives, I actually genuinely like? Eating chilli sauce in sandwiches is one of its typical use cases so I can argue that I intended to eat the sandwich. Can I be held liable because the thief doesn't share my taste in food?
EDIT: Ok people, this isn't actually happening. No sandwiches are being stolen from me (note the "SUPPOSE" at the very beginning). I was just curious. Sorry if I misled someone. Thanks for all the answers though - some of them are really interesting.
And no, I’m not vegan or vegetarian. Meat on pizza is fine, great even. A pizza loaded down with so many different meats that chunks of sausage fall off when I’m trying to eat it is not even appetizing. There are so many contrasting meat-flavors and I really don’t understand why it is so popular. I truly think some of its popularity stems from some weird place of machismo and anti-veganism. Many of the same people who order meat lovers pizza turn their nose up at even the mention of vegetable toppings. And you know what? There are some bomb ass pizzas with veggies on them.
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