1.why did you became a Vegetarian ?
Lots of reasons... environmental, political, personal.
2.do you have friends who are a Vegetarian?
Not many, but a few.
3.do you have friends that eat meat?
Yes, they outnumber the ones that are vegetarian, but it's not a conflict or problem in any way.
4.does your friend respect you that your a Vegetarian?
The basis of friendship is respect for one another, they wouldn't be my friend if they could not accept such a basic part of who I am. =) So yes, the friends I have all accept it.
5.are you proud to be a Vegetarians?
6.are you also a Vegan?
7.how do you feel when someone kills an animal in front of you?
I haven't seen that in a long time, but I have seen pigs and chickens get slaughtered, and I never liked looking at it. So I'd say I probably feel much the same now as I did then.
8.Anyone in your family a Vegetarian?
A random distant cousin and one of my uncles as far as I know, but I have family scattered across 3 different continents so there's parts of my family I've never even met.
9.do you want your kids to be a Vegetarian?
Yes, or at least limit their meat consumption, but I don't think that would be a problem, even the people in my family that aren't vegetarian try to eat as little meat as possible because it's expensive and because it's really improved their health. This might be the first generation of my family that doesn't die of heart disease - I can't even count on one hand anyone in my family that died of any other reason but heart attack, diabetes or complications from obesity. As long as my daughter at least eats a somewhat healthy diet, even if she decides to have meat be a part of it, that's all I could ask for. Just like I wish she would never drink alcohol, but realistically I know that everyone will eventually try and experiment with whatever their parents teach them not to do. But in the end hopefully I'll raise my kids right and my daughter will make healthy choices as an adult.
10.would you eat meat for 1 million dollars?
Yes I'd probably eat a piece of meat for a million dollars, and I wouldn't keep a dime of it, I'd donate the whole thing to a local children's hospital and other organizations I appreciate. It won't kill me to have a bite and it could help a dozen families pay off their children's hospital bills.