Originally Posted by Kadajko
Objective morality does not exist in real life, same as there is no food that is objectively delicious, it varies from individual to individual. Yes you could create a fantasy world in which all foods would be on a hierarchy of taste, and EVERY SINGLE character would consider the same foods to be delicious, but why would you do that?
I disagree that there's no such thing as objective morality. However, it is impossible to make objective moral statements without a full understanding of context.

God: Thou shalt not kill
Me: But what if someone's trying to kill me? What if they're trying to eat my baby?
God: Well, self-defence is okay
Me: But what if I could have easily avoided the situation?
God: Well, maybe you should have tried to avoid it then. Jesus.
Me: So when can I kill?
God: I think you're kind of missing the point here...
Me: So what is the point then? Can I kill or not?
God: Well try not to kill people if you can avoid it.
Me: But what if I like it?
God: Well... maybe you shouldn't like killing. That seems kind of weird. I dunno.
Me: Oh. Okay then.
God: Oh, and heathens. They deserve it. You can kill all the heathens.