One new question I was posted with this time was on fish being vegetarian. I find it strange that many people consider fish a likely candidate for a vegetarian diet. Later I learned it may be because a vegetarian is often defined as one who doesn't eat meat. Fish is usually not classified under the meat category. No wonder. Perhaps they should include fish, after all, eating fish = eating fish meat. Another misconception about the kinds of food vegetarians can eat is chicken. Some people call themselves pollo-vegetarians - vegetarians who eat chicken. This is nonsense. Chicken isn't vegetarian, it's meat(unless it's mock chicken).
Anyway, back to the story, after knowing my answer to the question, both my collegue and her collegue agreeded they cannot be vegetarians because they can't give up fish. I was stumped, I wished I had thought of this sentence: "Then give up everything else except fish"... I guess that will be for next time.