Perhaps you could ask trellis how he/she/it would feel about being hung or beheaded or burned at the stake? That's fairly tolerant and understanding, isn't it?
ADOS: "So how do you feel about all these Pastafarians wanting to burn you at the stake?"
trellis: "Do I have to?"
ADOS: "Well, it's your decision at the end of the day..."
trellis: "And if I said no?"
ADOS: "Well, you might be seen as offending their religion, you see..."
trellis: "Oh, alright then, bring on the wood and stuff. Can I get strangled first, like Joan of Arc?"
ADOS: "Thanks, I knew you'd see sense!"
See? Wasn't that difficult, was it?
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