i think people dislike hypocrasy, but tricking someone into it is actually very false.
they want to make you out to be a hypocrit, but if you're doing something unknowingly, then you aren't one.
i pointed this out once to a "friend" who tried to do this to me. I told her that i finally became completely veg the day that i became sick from eating meat (before that i was a transitional). she took this to mean two things: 1. i'll always have that reaction to meat, something taht she wanted to prove wrong, because she assumed that i was saying that meat is unhealthy and makes people sick unless they're accustomed to it (which may or may not be true) and 2. that i was a "pure" or "more ethical" and "less hypocritical" person because i cared about animals AND didn't eat meat.
so, she wanted to "proove" to me that i "could" eat meat without getting sick AND to show me and others how hypocritical i was. She offered me a meal saying, in front of everyone at the table that it was pure vegetarian--no meat, broth, gelatin, etc. at the time, also, no dairy or eggs. I ate it and started to feel unwell, but i didn't mention anything. I said it tasted fine (it wasn't great), and continued to have a good time with the people at the dinner party.
later, she made a big announcement: i just wanted to point out that the "vegetarian" dish that i made was really made with chicken broth and butter. notice that the "vegetarian" didn't get sick, and she's a hypocrit too, because she ate "meat" anyway.
I then responded. Since you are the hostess, i didn't want to mention that i wasn't feeling well after we ate. It could be the chicken broth and butter that did it, or it may be that i'm just not feeling well. I can now assume that it's likely the broth and butter, since i ate it trusting what you said. Second, i am not a hypocrit because a hypocrit is a person who says one thing but does another. If you had said "this has chicken broth and butter" and i ate it, i would be a hypocrit. But, since you told me it was vegetarian and i trusted you, i am not a hypocrit. If anything, you are a cruel person to trick a "friend" into eating something that could be potentially harmful for her physically and if nothing else upsetting emotionally because of my values and the way that i choose to live. Your disrespect is appauling. If anything, you are the hypocrit, for saying one thing to me (this is vegetarian) and yet doing another (it wasn't, and she tried to trick me).
to say the least, she was shocked.