You and me both. I don't kill animals for pleasure, though. Not even spiders. I kill those out of (irrational) fear for my own well-being.
You eat meat because you like the way it tastes, no?
Yup, but I take no pleasure in the slaughter itself.
We could also argue that "taste" a part of our survival instinct, which includes a desire to eat certain foods in order to replenish lost resources, and a varied meal in order to stay healthy. That is the psychological explanation as to why some humans, when presented with a buffet, have a tendency to pick a bit of everything instead of a lot of one thing.
Ever had a craving for a particular food? Whenever I get a cold, I begin to crave bell peppers. When you get an infection, your body burns through vitamin C like crazy. We cannot create vitamin C in our bodies ourselves, so we have to ingest it. Bell peppers contain, among other things, a high concentration of vitamin C.
Can we be held accountable for neurobiological and completely autonomous functions? And are you saying that if we enjoy eating meat, supporting a less cruel way to acquire the meat is hypocritical?