Things I hate that everyone else loves.

A new writer asked me yesterday how I deal with negative reviews and the answer is that I don’t deal with them.  I let other people I love check that shit out and they tell me if it’s something I should take to heart or not.  Sometimes feedback can be really helpful but often it just fucks with your head so it’s good to have someone who isn’t you look at it objectively so you don’t have that shit in your head forever.  The thing I’ve learned that is the most helpful is this:

I’M NOT FOR EVERYONE.

And that’s actually great because if I was for everyone then I’d be so bland and pointless that no one ever would say, “OMG ME TOO!  I THOUGHT I WAS THE ONLY WEIRDO.”

You are totally not the only weirdo.  Welcome home.

Whenever I start to doubt that someone rejecting me isn’t necessarily a reflection on me as a person I remind myself that there are amazing, brilliant things that are so important that people base their lives around them but that I personally do not get the appeal of at all.  It’s not that I’m better than those people and honestly I wish I loved a lot of stuff that I don’t because I know I’m missing out, but we are all unique and that is what makes it so magical when we find the things make our hearts sing.

So, right now, I want you to share at least one thing that everyone else in the world seems to love but that you could totally do without for the rest of your life. And remember that even though you don’t like it, it doesn’t mean those things aren’t important.  That goes for you too.  Not everyone is going to like you.  But so many people are going to love you.

I’ll go first.

Things I could live without forever that the rest of the world loves:

Tolkien.  Oreos.  Steely Dan.  Cherry popsicles.  Sweaters.

Your turn.

PS.  Later this week we’ll look at things you love that no one else seems to appreciate so start thinking about that too.

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  1. Turtlenecks.

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  2. So happy that we’re your weirdos!

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  3. I don’t like coffee, tea, or wine. They all taste bitter and gross to me. And, yes, I know everyone thinks I’m weird.

    Liked by 7 people

  4. Abstract art. It just looks like a bunch of paint splashed around to me.

    Liked by 12 people

  5. I have a real issue with Steely Dan – too. Sigh.

    Liked by 5 people

  6. Abstract art. It just looks like a bunch of paint splashed around to me.

    Liked by 7 people

  7. Salinger, Nutter Butters, Grateful Dead, tea, puffy vests.

    Liked by 5 people

  8. CCC. Lawyers.

    Liked by 1 person

  9. Ketchup. Reality TV. Proper grammar. Toe shoes.

    Liked by 3 people

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    Julianne Terrill

    Starbucks

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  11. I don’t like lime or cherry popsicles, beer, wine, ketchup, or ranch dressing.

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  12. I am right there with you on the Oreos. My big one is football, though. That’s super fun, living in Texas.

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  13. Horror and terror movies. I cannot for the life of me understand the appeal of them. Why… just why, argh. Also, jelly and flan. The consistency… yikes.

    Liked by 12 people

  14. Disney ballads, cilantro

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  15. Professional family photos. Grey’s Anatomy. Facebook. Car decals. Gluten free food.

    Liked by 3 people

  16. Dark chocolate. Having (my own) children. Pants

    Liked by 4 people

  17. Belts, high heels, bikinis, brussel sprouts, Trump

    Liked by 8 people

  18. Harry Potter, jeans, sightseeing, thanksgiving

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  19. Strawberries and avocados. 🤢

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  20. Ketchup. Reality TV. Proper grammar. Toe shoes.

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  21. deviled eggs, internet buffering, cleaning toilets, Justin Bieber and turtlenecks?

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  22. Elvis. I lived in Memphis for most of my life and just didn’t get all of the fans coming there just to see his mansion that’s not really even a mansion. Some of these people came all the way from Japan, Germany, Australia, etc. just to do this. 😒

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  23. Gone With the Wind. Anna Karenina. It’s a Wonderful Life. Coconut water.

    Liked by 5 people

  24. Fleece clothing (blankets don’t count) and the movie Titanic.

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  25. Donuts. I will eat them, but only socially.

    Liked by 6 people

  26. Mushrooms. Brie. Cucumbers. Zoos. Punch with pop in it. Roller coasters.

    Liked by 2 people

  27. Dark chocolate. Having (my own) children. Pants.

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  28. Coffee and tea. And crime/violent tv shows or movies.

    Liked by 2 people

  29. New Years Eve, nail polish, down filled anything, and bananas

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  30. I don’t like The Big Bang Theory (the show). My family loves it and since I’m the designated nerd in the family they are shocked every time they relearn that I don’t like it. Also I hate paper plates because of pollution and I don’t mind washing my plates and the texture makes me cringe.

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  31. Thinness. I would 200% trade my scrawniness for a tummy and some hips.

    Liked by 2 people

  32. Tea, cilantro, sour cream, yogurt, blue cheese, and (sorry!) Meghan Markle.

    Liked by 2 people

  33. It’s a Wonderful Life.
    Gone With The Wind.
    Anna Karenina.
    Coconut water.

    Liked by 1 person

  34. Sci-fi/futuristic movies / TV / Books, Video games and coffee anything.

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  35. I don’t drink coffee or alcohol. I don’t like the taste. Though out there, there are one or two alcoholic beverages that I have enjoyed, but I don’t actively seek it out.

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  36. Avocado.
    Food so spicy it sears your taste buds and nostril hairs right off your body.
    Seafood (for eating); in the ocean where it belongs, it’s awesome.
    Coffee. It is just burnt water, and you are all wrong 😉
    But on the flip side…
    You lost me at Tolkien. I must confess though, I do have a good reason for loving him – my parents named me from his LOTR series (the little Elanor flower in Lothlorien) so I guess I have an excuse. 🙂
    Also, I also absolutely adore spiders in all shapes and sizes. My friends now send me random spider posts on FB asking me to identify them.

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  37. Bourbon, scotch, pal ales, football, the movie, “It’s a Wonderful Life”

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  38. Smart phones and Cardi B.

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  39. Parades, apple pie, baseball, asparagus, and rhubarb. Oh, and Gmail. But gmail pretty much loathes me too.

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  40. the sport of curling, Game of Thrones, the Kardashian clan and Justin Bieber

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  41. Grateful Dead, Doughnuts, Big Bang Theory, Basketball.

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  42. Exercise (I get rage not euphoria)
    Dancing & Clubs
    Playing Cards
    Waterparks

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  43. Cheeseburgers. I like cheese and hamburgers but not together. Holy fuck that’s gross! And I hate maple syrup, most nuts (except cashews), and maple syrup and pumpkin anything and butternut squash. NOPE.

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  44. Sci-fi / futuristic / Harry Potter type anything. Video games. Coffee.

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  45. Ketchup. Reality TV. Proper grammar. Toe shoes.

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  46. I am 100% with you on Steely Dan and sweaters. Well, “Dirty Work” by Steely Dan I like but seriously bleh.
    And sweaters get too hot because everyone keeps the heat too high in winter and they’re itchy and bulky and frankly just not comfortable.
    Things I can do without: the song Sister Christian. Sausage. Taylor Swift (YEAH I SAID IT). Beer.

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  47. Babies. Bananas.

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  48. Football.
    Game of Thrones.
    Peanut Butter.

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  49. Coffee. Twilight (the books). Dan Brown.

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  50. Coffee, tea, beer, wine, pickles.

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  51. Family pictures. Especially the framed ones.

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  52. reality tv, wine, sports

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  53. Danielle Steele. Twix. “Reality” shows. Bathing suits.

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  54. Harry Potter, Christmas, traveling and sweet vegetables.

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  55. Doctor Who. Marvel movies. Beyonce. (She’s gorgeous and has an incredible voice, but her style of music is not up my street, okay.)

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  56. 56
    herbertleslie

    Kardashians, thongs, ketchup, crowds, amusement parks, movie popcorn, high heels, parades.

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  57. Mocha. Yuck. I like my chocolate to taste like chocolate and my coffee to taste like coffee. Don’t try to confuse the two greatest things on earth.

    Liked by 1 person

  58. Mushrooms, beer, wine and politics.

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  59. 59
    officerripley

    Religion. Gone with the Wind. Lawyers. Purposely-distressed furniture. Jeans faded on purpose. The Saw movie franchise. The desert (love desserts, though ;-). Actually, the outdoors in general. Summer. Hot (anything above 60 degrees) weather.

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  60. Coffee, pedicures, feta cheese. Everyone can have my share.

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  61. Avocados. The Princess Bride. Pumpkin anything. Hot tubs.

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  62. ice cream
    Ice cream It really is a big no matter to me
    Even i’m brazilian and i don’t speak english very well so i’m sorry if i say something that doesn’t make much sense

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  63. Mushrooms, beer, wine and politics.

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  64. Coffee… beer… opera

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  65. S’mores, pumpkin spice everything

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  66. brand new restaurants, twitter, kindle, dancing and country music

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  67. Coffee. Game of Thrones. Superhero movies. iPhones (and people who act like iPhones are the only smart phones available). Concerts. Facebook. OK, I’ll say it, friends that attend concerts with mutual friends and post pics on Facebook using their iPhones so friends who weren’t invited can see. TOTALLY kidding, but it just seemed to all go together so well (I could not figure out how to work Game of Thrones, superhero movies and coffee into the drama). I am too old to care who does what with who on Facebook, and usually too tired to join in anyway.

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  68. Things I could live without forever that the rest of the world loves:

    Country Music. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Billie Eilish.

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  69. 69
    Ashley Pollard

    Things I could live without forever that the rest of the world loves:

    Country Music. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Billie Eilish.

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  70. Modern jazz (makes me want to bite something or someone), Black Friday/and, actually, stores open on Thanksgiving, and a lot of the crap/hype that has become Christmas….and so-called Christians who seem to have missed a LOT of the points made in the New Testament. Oh- and people who won’t vote because they think their vote doesn’t matter. And finally, as a now-retired teachers, politicians who think that testing=teaching. Whew! I feel better already!

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  71. I know you will probably say I’m sick, but I honestly have to say sex. Only had experience with 2 partners, and maybe they got it wrong, but I could live without it The rest of my life. The only good things that came from it were my daughters.

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  72. Chicken, semi sweet and dark chocolate (let’s simply say bakers block when a kid, big bite),1970’s El Camino, and wine

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  73. Sports. I was born without a gene for it. “Reality” TV. The news. It’s way too depressing, and I have to deal with my own head as it is.

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  74. I’m with you on the Oreos. Chanel flap bags. Bluegrass. Trump.

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  75. Alcoholic beverages. Canon in D by Pachelbel. Spectator sports. Makeup.

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  76. 76
    Amanda Sauter

    Journey. As in the band. I absolutely HATE them. I can’t even tell you why, but I really do and people are in absolute shock if this ever comes up. There are definitely others (I’m so with you on Tolkien), but this is the one that upsets the most people.

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  77. Beer. Nutella. Any fruit candy.

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  78. Bob Dylan and coffee. Maybe if I had coffee WITH Bob Dylan they’d both be better? If so, maybe Bruce Springsteen should come too.

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  79. People think I’m there for their needs. I am so OVER THAT SHIT!

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  80. Coffee. Alcoholic beverages. Jello (total sensory nightmare). The movie Titanic with Leonardo DiCaprio.

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  81. I didn’t read the fine print. I listed Trump. The rest of the world doesn’t love him…strike him off the list.

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  82. David Sedaris. Licorice. Whiskey.

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  83. Carol King. Picnics. Small dogs.

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  84. Louis Vuitton anything

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  85. For me it is snow, ice or anything other thing associated with coldness. People go all gaga over snow and I just don’t get it.

    Luckily, (not really luck, I planned this) I now live in Vietnam and will never be cold again.

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  86. Coffee. Pumpkin spice anything (including pumpkin pie). Horror movies. Sports. Rock concerts. Sushi.

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  87. black pepper, coffee, dark chocolate, game of thrones, skinny jeans, high heels (low heels, any heels)

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  88. Cookie dough.

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  89. Disney land. Disney world. I don’t understand it at all

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  90. Paintings like those of Mark Rothko, puffy vests, mochi, baseball or soccer, beer, EGGPLANT, scented products because they come together with all the other random scents in other products=ewwww, and probably too many other things I just can’t think of at the moment.

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  91. Game of Thrones…I just do not get the appeal…I couldn’t even stick through 1 episode.

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  92. Honestly…sex. 🤷🏻‍♀️

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  93. The word “moist”, and yeah, Steely Dan

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  94. 94
    Jenny Bergstrom

    Hallmark movies. Reality TV. People Magazine. Lipstick. Walmart. Avocado Toast.

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  95. Peanut butter, pizza, any alcohol, the color black, Friends

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  96. The Beatles

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  97. alcohol, football, skirts.

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  98. Brussels sprouts. The Office. Lemon in my water just stop it! Red velvet flavored anything (except Cupcake wine – that shit is good). The words momtreprenuer or girl boss. Thank you for this safe space. xo

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  99. Anything Starbucks!

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  100. Disneyland/world. Bleah. Keep it.

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  101. 101
    Bremer Julia

    Coffee, dark chocolate, Princess Bride, bloody violent anything, horror whatever, Twitter, and chalk paint!

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  102. Hallmark movies. Reality TV. People Magazine. Lipstick. Walmart. Avocado Toast. Rap music. Christmas decorations before Halloween. (Don’t even talk to me about Christmas until after Thanksgiving.)

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  103. Agreed with so many of the ones already written. Also for me, Red Velvet. Yes to the cream cheese icing, but you can put that shit on anything and make it delicious. The actual Red Velvet cake…nope.

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  104. Duplin’ dots. Especially tutto frutti. Yuck. Asked husband for ice cream at a baseball game (have been married almost 24 years and he Knows I love all things chocolate) and he brings me this sticky atrocity?

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  105. Baseball , country music, cilantro, the twilight series

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  106. Avocados

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  107. Sigh. Dippin. And Tutti

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  108. Ketchup chips and Game of Thrones

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  109. Cilantro and Neil Young

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  110. IPA’s, cookies with raisins, breaded meat, pineapple on pizza

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  111. Reality TV and award shows

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  112. Two books: A Wrinkle in Time, and Catcher in the Rye (also Gatsby so, 3).
    Also….Ryan Gosling, nothing against him, I just don’t see the sexy, guess he’s not my personal brand of catnip.

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  113. Game of Thrones-I tried, I swear. I can’t.
    Blue October-his voice is so fucking whiney makes me want to stab myself in the eardrums
    Sports in general
    Dark chocolate. The number of times I have bought it on accident only to discover my mistake in a chocolate emergency is an absolute travesty

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  114. Cilantro. Peppers–green, red, chili, black–all of them. Taylor Swift, Raisins, Brie.

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  115. Tomatoes. Cucumbers. Reality TV shows. Pugs. Romance novels. Watermelon. Guacamole. Most sci-fi novels. Rap/hip-hop.

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  116. 116
    Maureen Reightler

    Any form of organized religion. Guns. Definitely Steely Dan (and I went to William and Mary). Nail polish. Going to a hair stylist, even though it’s a big plus. Just for S&G I’ll throw in lima beans.

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  117. Disneyland. Peanut butter. Tolkien and modern jazz….makes
    Meme want to slap people.
    To

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  118. 118
    Maureen McHenry Reightler

    I forgot one: romcoms. They make my eyes roll back in my head.

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  119. Baseball, the band Kiss, card games, James Patterson and the phrase “it is what it is”!!!!

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  120. Coffee, seafood, green peppers, Led Zeppelin. Especially Led Zeppelin!!

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  121. Sitcoms. Romcoms. Reality shows. Reggae. Designer bags. Harry Potter. Grey’s Anatomy. Karaoke. Cigars. Hollywood/celebrity culture.

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  122. Sweaters, wine, football, scented candles, makeup.

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  123. Coffee, makeup, reality TV, football

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  124. Sports – any of them. I have never cared about sports and AS A MAN, it seems to baffle people.

    Name brand anything – I have never been a brand chaser and am not impressed if you got the new “whatever”

    Babies – the cute stories people tell about thie newborn are not as interesting as they think. and NO, I do not want to hold him.

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  125. 125
    Tamara Clohessy

    Walnuts

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  126. Football, actually all sports. And, gambling.

    MKS
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  127. Queso. That is all.

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  128. Coffee. Yuck! Can’t stand the stuff no matter how much other things are put in it.

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  129. Alcohol, Doctor Who, Football, superhero movies, mushrooms and manicures/pedicures

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  130. Beer. The movie la la land.

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  131. Chenille blankets, socks, scarves, whatever. For some reason, the feeling of chenille makes me twitchy.

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  132. Penises

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  133. Reality TV , NPR,Facebook

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  134. Definitely Oreos. Ice cream. Avocados and guacamole by association. Spicy food.

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  135. TV, shopping, Meryl Streep.

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  136. Professional sports.

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  137. Peanut butter, Journey, superhero movies, marshmallows, & teddy bear jackets.

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  138. Game of Thrones, hot sauce, raisins in oatmeal, science fiction

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  139. Seinfeld
    Coffee
    Wine

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  140. High waist jeans, distressed jeans, cropped jeans, stretchy jeans, skinny jeans.

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  141. High waist jeans, distressed jeans, cropped jeans, stretchy jeans, skinny jeans.

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  142. Shabby chic, basketball, hot yoga, cauliflower, skinny jeans, beards, scooters laying all over
    sidewalks, spike heels

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  143. Friends. Ketchup. Mayo. Outlander. Game of Thrones. A Discovery of Witches (Holy cow, I caught it a couple weeks ago from some of my tour guests when they found out I was not able to finish the book – let alone the following books.)

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  144. Christmas I pretend to like it but really it’s my least favorite holiday, Designer handbags, , makeup. and Joe Hill the author.

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  145. Taylor Swift hurts my ears

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  146. In no particular order, and as noted, with the awareness that this doesn’t make me better than people who like these things: Christmas and the associated treacly music. Winter. Team sports. The idea of fame and celebrities. The idea of ‘working hard and playing hard.’ Mission statements. Dancing. Country music (I live in the southwest.) Reality TV. Practical jokes. There are more, but that’ll do for now.

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  147. Musicals. Especially The Sound of Music. I just can’t stand any of them!

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  148. Beer, pot, high heels & crackle finishes.

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  149. 149
    A Nony Mouse

    OMG someone else who doesn’t like Oreos!!!! The whole WORLD loves Oreos except me – and you!!!! I also hate coconut and coffee, two more things the whole world loves. Except I have found a few people who hate one or the other of those, too. Yes, I’m a weirdo and I am proud to be one of YOUR weirdos. If that isn’t too weird…

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  150. As a Canadian, I feel like a social pariah that I don’t dig the Tragically Hip at all. It’s like a Canadian “thing” to like this band… I keep it quiet. Oh, and ice cream. Also not my jam.

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  151. Beyonce, pickles, wine, Tom Waits, Leonard Cohen, Chick Lit/Rom-Coms, Reese Witherspoon, summer, ham (especially hot ham)

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  152. Coffee, wine, soft drinks, shopping malls, most junk food, football, cooking, and heavy makeup. There are many others but that will do for the moment. Yay for weirdos!

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  153. Black pepper. And all things British.

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  154. Sweet corn, lobster, prestige TV shows with unlikeable “heroes”, and any sport where opponents beat the crap out of each other: boxing, wrestling, MMA, football,…

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  155. I hate most sports, pumpkin spice anything, all mlm’s, the term “boss babe”, all Kardashians, hallmark christmas movies, Tolkien books, Steeley Dan, the Jonas Brothers, high waisted Jean’s.

    I’m sure there is so much more, but I’ll leave it at that for now.

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  156. I hate most sports, pumpkin spice anything, all mlm’s, the term “boss babe”, all Kardashians, hallmark christmas movies, Tolkien books, Steeley Dan, the Jonas Brothers, high waisted Jean’s.

    I’m sure there is so much more, but I’ll leave it at that for now.

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  157. Hugging. I don’t like hugging.

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  158. I don’t care for Instagram and pumpkin pie, but I understand why other people love them.

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  159. Coffee, Selfies, Bon Jovi music.

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  160. Etouffe’, parties, low waisted jeans

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  161. Bananas. Bananas are horrifying.

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  162. Coconut. Coffee. The Bachelor/Bachelorette. Olives. Pumpkin anything.

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  163. Reality TV and wine

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  164. 164
    Britt Pearson

    Double sinks in a bathroom. SERIOUSLY , that is just one more sink to get nasty and needs cleaning.

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  165. Chocolate chip cookies, social media, soft blankets (because my cat jumps them ALL, specifically the section next to my leg)

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  166. 166
    Debra Crosby

    The movie Forrest Gump, mayonnaise, country music, Harry Potter books or movies, the show Friends, meat, beer, pot, football, basketball, Hallmark movies, popular fiction. And that’s just a start. I love looking at everyone’s lists. (But GAWD, I did love Game of Thrones!)

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  167. Expensive cars. Diets. Admitting your depressed or not happy, ie. being honest when someone says “how are you?”

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  168. 168
    Debra Crosby

    Oh, and sweet tea and BBQ.

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  169. Chocolate. Neil Young. Bananas.

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  170. The Alamo. When I moved to San Atonio I put it on my un-bucket list. Seriously, it wasn’t our land to begin with…what am I missing here?

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  171. I’ll try almost anything once, but often once is enough. Most new shows on TV, Starbucks/fancy coffees, mcmansions, morning radio DJs, having my own children, and buying the latest car/phone/etc.

    Now, you damn kids — get off my lawn! 😉

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  172. Coffee. Avocados. High heels.

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  173. High heeled shoes – NOBODY’s got time for that and you can’t run away as fast, baths (sitting in your own dirty water for an hour? How is that relaxing?), dark chocolate, drill teams, bras, Hemingway. Apparently I think non sequiturs are the bomb though.

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  174. Celebrities, Reality TV, most Starbucks drinks, medical TV shows, all spinoffs of Law & Order (original is the only watchable series), TV adaptation of GoT. I could go on…

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  175. 175
    Maureen Reightler

    Oh, reading others’ comments make me think of even MORE again: pugs, Star Trek, GOT, face time (without warning), yoga pants, pumpkin spice, scented candles, subway tile, The biggest of all — and this is more of a pet peeve — is the word “like” used as anything other than a verb or simile. It drives me CRAZY. The record I’ve heard was five times in one sentence. PLEASE STOP!

    Thanks for letting me rant on that last one.

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  176. Mayonnaise, waiting in line for brunch, la croix, kale.

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  177. Bacon. Cauliflower. Stephen King. Instagram.

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  178. flower bouquets, scented anything but mostly candles, Breaking Bad, games

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  179. 179
    Lorraine Groom Ashmore

    Cantaloupe. I call it gagaloupe. It permeates and pollutes a fruit salad so don’t tell me to just pick it out. It is the only food I can’t eat so leave me alone.

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  180. Sushi, etouffe’, parties, low waisted jeans

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  181. 181
    Maureen Reightler

    Almost done: Titanic — I really hated it.

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  182. Bars, high heels, “reality” television, country/heavy metal music, loads of makeup (especially “contouring” items), designer/name brand anything, “influencers”, Twilight, Fifty Shades of Gray, most talk shows, beer, recreational drugs, The Fast And The Furious (ad nauseum), superhero movies, and expensive cars.

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  183. Facebook, reality tv, turkey (thanksgiving is ALL about the side dishes)

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  184. Keto, Dancing With the Stars, gender reveal parties.

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  185. Star Wars, baseball, asparagus, chocolate mint anything.

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  186. Disney+, Star Wars and hot fruit. Apple Pie, Cherry Pie, Peach Cobbler. I just can’t stomach it.

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  187. 187
    Ashlee Fowler

    Coffee, most alcohol, fish, my own kids, onions, mushrooms, spicy food, Kanye West, pumpkin, politics, sports, turtle, most fashion. I need to stop thinking about this because I just keep coming up with more

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  188. Bacon, avocados, steak (hopefully, these three are never together in my presence), football, horror movies

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  189. Wine. Pumpkin spice anything (except for pumpkin pie, which I love). Sushi, Keto, Paleo, actually any diet that takes away all the things I love to eat.

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  190. Um, Oreos for sure, road trips, Soda, and keeping up with tv. Too much pressure!

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  191. Coconut water and boba tea.

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  192. Marvel, reality TV (ESPECIALLY The Bachelor), celery, soda, high heeled shoes (why?), almost anything that costs <$1 and is plastic, promotional items, plastic bags

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    Greyfavorite

    Football.
    Eating dead animals.
    Socks.
    Oprah (she’s fine so I guess I mean her products).
    Horror/thriller movies
    Ceremony of any kind but especially weddings

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  194. Game of Thrones. Facebook. Gossiping. Spicy food. Teslas. Slime.

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  195. Game of Thrones, Apple Anything, Reality TV

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  196. Andrew Lloyd Webber musicals. Baseball. Ariana Grande. Country music (except for The Dixie Chicks and Dolly Parton- their awesomeness transcends). Poetry. The Wizard of Oz. Bleu cheese. Air fresheners/ plug-ins. Cake. Carbonated beverages.

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  197. In no particular order. – Hazelnut, avocados, diets, James Joyce, I agree about Tolkien, romance genre, most modern music beyond 1999, reality TV, anything pink, makeup, babies, marriage, high heels, fingernail polish, sports, social media, clowns, gossip/drama, tea of any sort, and I’m sure I could come up with more.

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  198. Zombies. Vampires. So many movies and tv shows that so many people love, but they just creep me out.

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  199. Country music. Folk music. Football. Religion. Uggs. Game of Thrones. Anything fantasy-related (like GOT, Tolkien, etc.) Most sitcoms. Seche Vite topcoat. Louis Vuitton logo bags. (Any logo bags, actually.) I think being unique takes more guts and shows more refined taste than just being a lemming and following the lead.

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  200. Oh, yeah! Pumpkin spice! I hate pumpkin spice with a mad-weasel passion!!!!

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  201. Lima beans, all fish(to eat) and all holidays except for birthdays.

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  202. 203
    Major Bedhead

    The Beatles. IPA beer. Sitcoms. Watermelon.

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  203. Cilantro. I’m in Austin and there is cilantro on EVERYTHING. I can’t stand the stuff.

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  204. Christmas. I mean, I really hate it. Everything about it. Yes, I’m weird.

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  205. Thanksgiving. TikTok. Bottled water. Ice in beverages. Bacon. Artificial maple syrup. UGG boots. RuPaul’s Drag Race. Hershey’s chocolate. LaCroix, which I will forever insist should be pronounced la-kwahhh and not luh-croy.

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  206. beer, coffee, pepsi, sushi, undercooked meat (yes it all must be well done), kardashians, and really following any celebrities…. I mean who has the time…. and they make big money so why do I need to support their lifestyle by buying their shit….

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  207. pumpkin flavored anything, mint deserts/chocolate, flan

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  208. Sitting almost anywhere – hate “comfy” couches, lounge chairs, car trips
    Friday night activities. Sun bathing. Talk radio of any kind. Picnics.

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  209. Rap and hop hop music. Pecans. Coconut. Reality TV. Game shows. Ridiculously long IG stories. Christmas shopping. Shoes, unless they are flip flops, but then I’d need to move back to FL. If only.

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  210. Reproducing. Sequels. Prequels. Republicans. Families.

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  211. On “It’s a Wonderful Life”– totally with you. In my book, it’s a horror film about a poor bastard that God tortures until he’s ready to kill himself, at which point God threatens to kill or destroy everyone he ever loved, until he volunteers to go back and endure more torture.

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  212. Professional sports. Shopping malls. Digital assistants. Pet dogs. Beer. Whiskey.

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  213. Musicals and laundry detergent that’s smells!

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  214. Olives, avocados, mushrooms, cheap-ass toilet paper (cannot abide), coffee.

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  215. Yes! How could I forget Fifty shades of grey? Trying to read that crap just makes my head hurt.
    Also, gender reveal parties. Whose bright idea were those? Just in my family two dads were crushed (and honestly, kind of hated) when they found out they were having another girl. Both dad’s already have two. Phooey. Who needs to witness their private angst?

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  216. Coffee. The color Pink. Dark chocolate.

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  217. Flannel sheets, salads, Sirius radio, open concept houses.

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  218. Video games, mushrooms, reality tv shows.

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  219. For Beth, who doesn’t like coffee, tea or wine: https://www.bbc.com/news/health-50387126

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  220. Reality TV (ALL OF IT!), zumba, selfie sticks.

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  221. Tolkien, Harry Potter, Star Wars, Cherry Popsicles.

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  222. Pumpkin Spice anything, reality TV, squash (seriously, no flavor and the most disgusting texture), baby “sprinkles”, gender reveal parties, movies where grown men act like babies (40 year old virgin, Stepbrothers, The Anchorman, etc)

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  223. Christmas music!

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  224. Game of Thrones. Like, really?

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  225. 227
    Kimberly Lane

    Christmas music!

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  226. I could do without ANY reality TV shows….

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  227. Beer

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  228. I’m just going to add Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas decorations all coming out in August/September, then Valentine’s & St. Patrick’s day decor at Christmas. Remember when consumerism was more subtle?

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  229. Scented fabric softener, body spray, scented candles, scented spray… FEBREZE-SCENTED TRASH BAGS WHYYYYYYYYYY

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  230. Big Bang Theory, bras, travel, zombies, horror movies, Twilight Zone, rap, Kardashians, Beyonce

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  231. 233
    Natasha the lurker

    I confess I have no idea what a Steely Dan is…
    My hates:
    Popcorn, aka edible styrofoam with teeny knife shells.
    Rom coms (So bloody sexist. All. The. Time. Also boooooooooorrrring)
    Blueberry pancakes
    Richard Gere. Dude seriously creeps me out.
    Those horrible plasticized jeans that were popular the other year. Can’t even bear to touch them.
    Popular radio stations.

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  232. mint and chocolate – ick. James Patterson. Country music. Any booze – it all smells so bad. Axe or other stinky colognes/perfumes.

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  233. Red wine. Flannel sheets. Kale. IPAs. Mayo. Miracle whip. Ketchup. Ranch dressing. Vodka.

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  234. 236
    Elizabeth B.

    Wine, coffee, anything bitter, sour, or spicy (I’m a semi-supertaster), mushrooms, shrimp, turtlenecks, CAMPING, decorating for Christmas right after Halloween, most holidays (except for the time off part) … and I like dogs but only when they are someone else’s.

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  235. Coffee, Hot peppers, cooked spinach, oreos, mangoes, musk melons, cantaloupes, honeydew melons, raw tomatoes, cigarettes, beer, most reality tv, football, baseball, golf, fashion magazines, car commercials, medicine commercials, mesothelioma commercials, bars, tsa, hallmark movies, murder death kill crime tv shows…

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  236. Reality TV. Book clubs. Beer.

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  237. Starbucks. Marvel. Football. Baseball. Musicals (except Hedwig and the angry inch). Pumpkin pie. Peanut butter cups. Corgis. Spas.

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  238. 240
    Natasha the lurker

    Oh more (apparently I mostly hate popular foods?):
    Unbaked/soft cheesecake
    Cupcakes
    Cream cheese icing
    Kale
    Green olives (black or kalamata are fine)
    Most concerts. They’re almost always too loud and crowded for me.
    ABBA
    Loud restaurants
    Water. It has a taste, despite what water likers always claim. A bad taste.

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  239. Ketchup, the Kardashians, the real Housewives of anywhere, people who need to take selfies constantly.

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  240. 242
    Heather # 2365

    Alcohol, Star Wars, eggnog, Lord of the rings, Boba, social media, Starbucks & Dutch Bros. 🙂

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  241. jack fruit, laugh tracks, Elvis, Ikea

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  242. sex (I’m asexual), coffee, sports, avocados, peanut butter, all the books we had to read in high school english, anything spicy, friends the tv show, horror, anything scary, seafood.

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  243. Coffee, a big house, football, skittles, makeup

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  244. Coffee, watermelon (any melons, actually), pickles, Earl Grey tea,whiskey, bell peppers, beans, pineapple, grapefruit.

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  245. working out when its cold

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  246. My list:
    Tuna, Mayo, Onions, Liver, Sushi, Country Music, Skinny Jeans, Feet being dirty (I don’t go barefoot), hate, cowneck/turtleneck/choker necklaces (I feel like I’m being strangled).
    Sorry to all fans of the things on my list.

    E

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  247. I love that looking through these comments I’m seeing many people listing the same things I would! That shows right there that while tons of people may like those things, it’s not everyone! Now lets see if I can come up with some stuff that may not have been mentioned already…

    For me, pretty much any vegetable and most fruits… There are literally only like 3 things in combined fruits/veggies section that I’ll eat, and even then only every once in awhile. Most soda, I actually used to drink soda way too much but when I had some stomach issues a few years back I tried to cut down on the soda, and nowadays most soda just legit makes me cringe when I take a sip (root beer is an exception, but again only every so often).

    The sun. Sounds weird until I point out that I live in Arizona and sun=heat, soooo much heat. (Seriously, middle of November right now and we are still having high-80s temperatures.) And even without the heat issue, I just like overcast/cloudy days more, I feel like sunny days are just too bright and bold and in your face.

    Most ‘popular’ music of the moment? Like, Beyonce and Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj… I don’t hate their music, and most artists have one or two songs I kinda-like, but I just don’t really get all the hype. I’d say 90% of my normal playlist is songs from before 2010, just not that into much of the current stuff.

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  248. OMG.

    I truly have found my tribe. These responses are super funny and fascinating!

    I’d like to add James Corden (carpool karaoke), Amy Schumer, Swiss cheese, Chelsea handler, ambrosia salad, Taylor Swift, Costco, the “Twilight” series, football, breakfast burritos, baseball, Jimmy Fallon, camping, any insect, Christmas music in November, “The Fast and the Furious” franchise, peppermint/mint flavoured desserts… Star Trek… and Star Wars. I know those last two make most people I met say WHHA?!

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  249. American football, lawns (they are vaguely insulting), and the letter q.

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  250. S6nthetic Cherry (actual cherries are fine), real watermelon (sunthetic watermelon flavor is awesome), coffee, alcohol, children, Tolkien, Game of Thrones

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  251. reality tv, god

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  252. Cable TV, cilantro and raspberries

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  253. Lobster, pineapple, reality tv, toilet paper hung with the paper dispensed from behind/bottom of the roll, texting while driving (pretty sure I’d get years back from the delays due to texting.), vomiting. I’d rather be sick for days than vomit🤢.

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  254. ‘Important’ authors. Eewww. New York. Los Angeles. Summer weather.

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  255. Parades. Never understood the point of standing outside to watch people march by. A televised parade is even worse. Yes, that includes the Macy’s Day parade.

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  256. Men. I don’t hate them, just not interested at all. I’ll consider individuals on a case-by-case basis.

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  257. Sports, Hamilton, drinking, loud music, crowds

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  258. Most television but especially TV Dating Shows, Big Brother, and all things Kardashian
    Nailed It
    Dan Brown books
    Non linear video games
    Avocado

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  259. 262
    Jil Dalesandro

    Starbucks anythingaccino

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  260. 263
    Carol Sue Anderson Gibson

    Trump, doughnuts–they just turn into a lump in my stomach and then on my thighs! the new flat black car paint–saw a Tesla like that. It just looks like a car that’s not quite done being painted to me. I guess it’s the new “thing.” Downton Abbey, and pretty much every reality show on TV except Project Runway and Top Chef.

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  261. Watermelon, oranges, tea, yogurt, blow dryers, winter, sneakers when you’re not exercising, and turtlenecks

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  262. Cheese, Baked Beans (as a British person, I think I’m considered weird!), the ‘Twilight’ series, romance novels and ‘Game of Thrones’.

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  263. Cherry flavoured anything. Beer. Sitcoms.

    I am enjoying all the comments :D.

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  264. Meat or any animal products. Suffering tastes bad to me. Commercials. Sales people. Real estate agents. High waisted pants.

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    Shelley MacGregor

    Friends, Seinfeld, Golden or Gilmore Girls. Lime flavored candy, watermelon jolly ranchers. Storebought pudding. Ketchup.

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  266. Dresses and skirts, tight clothing, sweaters, reality tv, having a nasty judge on entertainment shows, hot weather, billionaires, using ask as a noun and other linguistic dumb downs.

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  267. Coffee, cookies, caramel…. an alliteration! Also, football and Star Wars.

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  268. Lord of the rings, sports, soup,pizza, red dwarf and alcohol

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  269. I developed an intolerance to chocolate in my twenties. I can’t eat it without massive headaches, and feeling like I’ve just eaten poison. But… I’m over it.
    People act like it’s so TRAGIC that I can’t eat it because to them it’s magic and amazing and the only thing they ever want in a dessert.
    Okay. That’s great for them! But I really have no interest or desire for chocolate at all.
    And yeah, the fact that SO MANY PEOPLE obsess over it to the point that they HIDE chocolate in otherwise non-chocolate desserts (like salted caramel crunch ice-cream -with hidden chocolate chips-), can make me feel left out and at times even annoyed.
    Yes, chocolate is great! Hurray!
    Now keep it the hell out of my food.

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  270. Jeans, alcohol, coffee, tea, chili, very-spicy food, tight clothes & sweaters for me too, pop music, blockbuster superhero movies, and many other things but I don’t have all night.

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  271. Sports, coffee, alcohol.

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  272. Facebook, reality tv, sports, high heals, makeup, being a parent (No worries, I’m not one. The children I didn’t have thank me.)

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  273. 276
    Margot Williams

    Sports. Christmas. Chocolate.

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  274. Pumpkin spice lattes, unicorn food/drinks, lord of the rings books, podcasts, parties bigger than 8 people, Seinfeld, marvel avengers.

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  275. Football, Whataburger, wine/alcohol in general, ketchup, soup

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  276. Relationships. Single has been the best thing for my life and I wish I’d done it a certain number of years ago (2008).

    Never read the bad reviews. With the following you have, you don’t need to. Like you said, if everyone liked you, you’d be mainstream, and mainstream is boring. 🙂

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  277. Reality tv (except DWTS). Wine. Sheryl Crow.

    Love, The Other Jenny

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  278. Alcohol !

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  279. Cilantro

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  280. Football (I’m Australian so that’s worse than Texas), Beyonce (seriously if it wasn’t for the other two no-one would have ever heard of Destiny’s Child), Reality TV

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  281. Tom Hanks, and especially Tom Hanks as Mr. Rogers—although I love Taffy Brodesser-Akner’s profile of Tom Hanks.

    Also, Paul Rudd may be the blandest person on Earth.

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  282. French fries. This one makes people gasp and question my sanity. Then I’m like “what is this sanity you speak of” and we both laugh until we cry.

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  283. I quickly came up with a list of about 40 individual things before I realised that I should cut back. So here are my current top three from each category [which is more than 40 //insert facepalm emoji here//]:

    drinks: coffee, alcohol, bottled water [it tastes gross and everything about it is horrible for the Earth];
    foods: coconut anything [except for macaroons and Mounds bars], raspberries, cinnamon rolls;
    movies: Grease, The Princess Bride, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off;
    movie franchises: Evil Dead, The Godfather, Pirates of the Caribbean;
    actors: John Cusack, Al Pacino, Bill Murray;
    actresses: Sandra Bullock [except in The Proposal, Murder By Numbers, and Demolition Man], Judy Greer, Jane Krakowski;
    TV shows: reality shows [except for a couple of things, e.g.The Amazing Race], Grey’s Anatomy, The Walking Dead [I still watch this and have from the beginning but the oversaturation and obsession is baffling to me];
    male singers: Elvis, Bob Dylan, Geddy Lee;
    female singers: most solo Beyoncé [I liked Destiny’s Child], most Taylor Swift, Anita Baker;
    art: abstract, cubism, performance;
    clothing: pointed-toe shoes, drop-crotch pants [the ones that fit everywhere else but for some reason the crotch is halfway to the knees], Western clothing [i.e. cowboy stuff];
    makeup: orange/”warm” contour, obviously fake eyelashes [natural-looking false lashes are fine], foundation that doesn’t match the actual skin color;
    sayings: It Is What It Is, Live Laugh Love, Keep Calm and Carry On;
    holidays: Christmas invasion in stores [shouldn’t be in stores until AT LEAST the middle of November (actually I’d like to make it a rule that any holiday shouldn’t be in stores until a month before the date; no Xmas in October, no Valentine’s Day right after Xmas, no Easter in the beginning of February. etc.)], Thanksgiving [there’s nothing to celebrate about what happened to the Native Americans when Europeans arrived], 4th of July [any patriotic thing, really];
    random: the entire concept of high end/designer things, purposefully-distressed things/stuff that looks “worn in” even though it’s new/expensive, The Muppets [I like some individual Muppets but on a whole, no]

    I’m sure I could sit here and think of more and more but it’s 5am right now and I should go to sleep.

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  284. Cake/pies (too much of that when I wad young), pizza (yuck), skinny bottom slacks (I’m a kid of the 80’s but our jeans and slacks weren’t that skinny, and I’m way too fat to wear then), and soccer. I really don’t know what to say about soccer except that I really have a distaste for it.

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  285. Summer.

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  286. Milk chocolate. Give me dark or nothing at all.

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  287. Monty Python. Summer. Goldfish crackers. This feels very therapeutic.

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  288. Monty Python. Summer. Goldfish crackers or Cheez-its. This feels very therapeutic.

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  289. Sushi! Thunderstorms and being alone.

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  290. Bacon

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  291. pumpkin spice flavored anything. rom-coms.

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    vainandbossy

    Cheese cake, coffee shops, loud concerts.

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  293. Star Wars (love Star Trek though), Lord of the Rings and The Office.

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  294. Coffee. Black Friday. People in general. Sunbathing. Vegetables.

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  295. Turtlenecks, Harry Potter, Star Wars, TOFU

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  296. Jeans, licorice, Disney’s “Frozen,” chocolate cake, church, the movie “Grease,” and all the stuff that’s “supposed” to taste bitter according to snooty folks like dry wines, all the beers, and dark chocolate.

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  297. Cadbury Creme Eggs, Miley Cyrus, Circus Peanuts ( the marshmallow candy), the song Last Christmas (drives me insane!! 😂)

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  298. Professional sports, except maybe wrestling, cell phones, icy roads, licorice.

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  299. Pumpkin anything, including spice. StarWars. Cable.

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  300. Make-up, live theatre (sorry!), dressing up, avocados

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  301. Also mid-rise pants. Bring back mom jeans!

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  302. Long list. Noise, television, most movies, most cooked vegetables, romance books, being in a crowd, Hallmark movies, stupid plots, grammatical and spelling errors, people who complain about the weather, new to me foods, Christmas shopping, sports, scented products, incense, my pastor, …

    Wow am I a grump! Hey you kids, get off my lawn!

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  303. Dickens. Flannery O’Connor, pickles, those tops with a hole where the shoulders should be.

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  304. Hot weather, wine, sports, most pop music, romance books/movies, CBD oil, essential oils, Instagram

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  305. The Sound of Music, mushrooms, horror movies, and I know this is very controversial, The Beatles.

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  306. Chicken dance, electric slide – any dance done in unison…
    GOT=WTF?
    Creamsicles – most fruit/cream combos
    Jelly Rings (Jelly most things)
    Popcorn (first bite is the best – it’s all downhill after that)

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  307. Local TV news anchors who think they’ll win an Oscar for over-dramatizing the news: “And NOW, a REAL, LIVE kitten in a tree!” If there are two anchors, they constantly look at each other for confirmation as they read from the teleprompter. Get over yourselves!
    Reality TV.
    Kardashians.
    Fake eyelashes that look like a tarantula landed.
    Orange juice.
    Forced family gatherings at holidays when most of the relationships are toxic anyway.
    Chin hairs (not talking about men here).
    Beards (talking about men here).
    95% of the people I know.

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  308. Game of Thrones, reality television, The Shining, wine, Starbucks. I am sure there is more, but off hand, these are the Not For Me things.

    It’s funny how my instinct when reading things that people do not love is to try to change their minds.

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  309. Star Wars and sweet potatoes

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  310. Mushrooms. French dressing. Muscle cars that have automatic transmissions. Flip flops.

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  311. TV / videos / movies, podcasts, watermelon, strawberries, pies, and taking baths. It’s funny when someone (… my mother) tries to convince me that I do indeed like these things.

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  312. Condiments: ketchup, mustard, salad dressing, mayonnaise, etc. Please send all your Oreos to me.

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  313. 316
    Molly Bonovsky Anderson

    Tattoos (even though I have a small one myself).
    Pick-up trucks.
    Country music.
    Harry Potter.

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  314. 317
    Andrew Juell

    I work retail so… Christmas. I have nothing against the holiday itself but I don’t understand the stress people put themselves through for it. I also don’t get the appeal of hot weather, FOMO (fear of missing out) olives, sports, make up and fashion, reality tv, and lying about your age. I’m 41 and I don’t care who knows it!
    Oh and also being the center of attention for any reason. I like being appreciated but I don’t like having a fuss made over me or being the center of attention for any reason. My wedding was probably one of the most stressful days of my life.

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  315. Sauces (unless they’re really thick), jelly, jam, custard, purple skittles, and milk.

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  316. whoops accidently posted that under my husbands name (andrew juell) in the comment above could you please delete it?

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  317. YouTube. Marvel movies. Dating. Bars/clubs. 99% of reality television.Cupcakes.

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  318. whoops accidently posted under my husbands name please delete (317 andrew juell) or change the name to janet. Thanks

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  319. Mashed potatoes
    Coffee
    Mayonnaise
    Football

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  320. Nutella. I’m not allergic, I just hate it.

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    Kathy Anderson

    Red velvet cake. Red dye tastes really bitter to me so why ruin a perfectly good cake with it?

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  322. Steely Dan – yes!

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  323. Cilantro
    Licorice
    The Great Gatsby
    Cold brew
    IPAs
    Any talent-oriented reality shows that invariably award the top prize to the blandest act, especially ones involving Simon Cowell
    Auto-tuning
    Team-building events
    Manual transmissions (I mean, why not just get a hand-crank starter while you’re at it?)
    Counter-service restaurants, especially ones that shout “Welcome to ___!” at you the second you walk in the door
    Neil Young’s singing – excellent songwriter but sings like a wounded cat
    Extra-dark chocolate, extra-hoppy beer, extra-spicy hot sauce, sour toe cocktails, or anything else that no one would ever consume except on a dare

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  324. Marvel movies, pants (skirts and dresses all the way even in MN), milk, being on boats, pasta, and country music.

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  325. High heels. Running. Plastic. Red meat. Pigs. Roller coasters. Large bodies of water. Coldplay.

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  326. Taylor Swift. Game of Thrones. The Patriots (I’m from New England). Pretty much, if it’s been popular, it’s rubbed me the wrong way since junior high.

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    Susie Anderson

    Game of Thrones, pumpkin flavored everything, Harry Potter, football, alcohol

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  328. High heeled shoes
    Social Media
    Spiced dessert
    Team Sports
    Sport cars
    Disney Vacations
    Winter
    Cliques
    Alcohol

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  329. peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, sugar cereals i.e. Cap’n Crunch, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, etc., most jazz music

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  330. The Office, Star Wars, Cheetos, and Skittles
    I love your reply, I’m going to save it and use it as needed!

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  331. Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings or any fantasy, most sci-fi, improv jazz, guns, cilantro, hazel nuts, crowds

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  332. The tv show “Friends.”

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  333. Mayonnaise, Ketchup, Ranch Dressing (all the excretions of Satan).
    Bologna.
    Cold Play.
    The English Patient.
    Professional sports.
    “Trends/Trending”

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  334. All sports except tennis, those signs with the inspirational messages on them, Hallmark movies, dresses, John Grisham, Marvel comics, Super Hero movies, all stars wars movies except for the original three, James Bond, Mission Impossible, Christmas stuff everywhere in October, Christmas music, Pop music, brightly colored hair.

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    mckennadeanromance

    Avocados. Attending any sort of concert or sporting event in person. (I mean, why? You’ll have better seats on your couch…) but mostly coffee. It’s one of those things that smells better than it tastes, so it was always a huge disappointment.

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  336. beets, Green Day, country music, truffles (mushroom kind)

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  337. Mashed potatoes

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  338. Wine, coffee, The Eagles, parades, Disney vacations, manicures, high heels, reality tv, Facebook, Christmas music, Christmas shopping, Christmas decorating, church services… I could go on for days.

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  339. starbucks

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  340. Going to movies. I don’t hate actual movies, I just hate the movie theater going experience.

    Oh, and Tom Cruise (since the beginning of time). And tv shows/movies deliberately trying to be funny, cuz usually that “humor” is derived from people being embarrassed, and I take it too personally and feel like I’M the one being embarrassed.

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  341. Wine, Leslie Nielsen movies, fashion scarfs (the big floofy ones right up by your face)

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    Smothermother

    Mushrooms (they are fungi! that grow in poop!! come on people); coffee; skittles; The Office (TV show – I just can’t do awkward humour)

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  343. 346
    Jackie Lorden

    Pandas. I just don’t get it. Coffee, tastes awful to me.

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  344. Movies: Titanic, Thelma and Louise, Breakfast at Tiffany’s; Seinfeld; beer; Credence Clearwater; getting drunk or high; loud music; unstructured jazz (makes me really nervous); football; the TV show Glee and Mamma Mia (and I’m a former theater geek); reality TV

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  345. November 1 through January 1. I could really just skip the holidays. Too much family. That doesn’t even include the drama. That is just the icing on the family cake.

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  346. Game of thrones. Professional sports. Downton Abbey. Shredded jeans.

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  347. I don’t like sunny days!! I’m a pluviophile☁😎

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  348. Oreos also, watermelon, coffee

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  349. I am totally with you on the original Oreos – blecch!

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  350. The Mall of America’s. Or just malls (and shopping) in general. But mostly the MOA.

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  351. Oh yes……also cantaloupe and bananas both make me gag. And as Southern as I am, I do NOT eat chicken.

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  352. Singing competition TV shows

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  353. Coffee. And I have TRIED because it seems like a cool thing to like. And there are so many fun ways to drink it. But I can’t stand the taste of it.

    Star Wars. Just…meh. Not for me.

    Ditto with Tolkien.

    Leggings as pants. I wear them occasionally because everyone seems to love them. I prefer jeans.

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  354. 357
    Jennifer Smith

    Turtlenecks, The Beatles (sorry y’all!!), horror movies, breakfast sausage (but I love me some bacon!), big/chunky necklaces

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  355. professional sports, jogging, coffee, people, travel (I like being there okay, but getting there sucks), adulting in general

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  356. Classical music.
    Star Wars.
    Sportsball of any kind.
    Dresses.
    Bob Dylan.

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  357. Snow, sad television, patchouli oil.

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  358. Peanut butter (except in Reece’s)
    Seafood
    Vinegar
    Avacados
    Showers (yes I do keep myself clean, I just don’t enjoy the process)
    Swimming
    Sand
    Petting short haired dogs (I love them still and will totally play with them)
    Cable tv
    Roller coasters

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  359. Chocolate anything, mushrooms, hot weather!!

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  360. Potato Salad, Chicken Salad, Tuna Salad…any “salad” that involves no lettuce whatsoever and contains large amounts of mayonnaise. Iced Coffee. Black Friday Shopping from anywhere other than my couch. The Super Bowl.

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  361. peanut butter with chocolate. Nascar. Coconut, esp. C. water. (I mean, come ON) Deviled eggs.Animated movies l.com

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  362. The Royal Family. Drake. Quentin Tarantino. Babies (shout-out to those who have already put that one out there!).

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  363. Team sports, Trump, lobster. For starters.

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  364. Cilantro, Taylor Swift and The Donald……

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  365. Things I could live without forever that the rest of the world loves:
    Sloths, Minions, Will Ferrell, Tom Cruise, Stevie Nicks, Fleetwood Mac, Sia, Lady Gaga, Rihanna, team building events, baths, wine, cilantro, ham/pork/bacon, lobster, shrimp, any kind of shellfish, turkey, scarves, manicures and pedicures, condiments on any of my food……

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  366. I just saw someone else’s comment about turtlenecks, and I agree. I don’t need my shirt to choke me. Also, 80s music.

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  367. Phantom of the Opera, Elf, Will Ferrell and city chicken!

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  368. Nutella, sweet tea, chocolate cake, donuts, essential oils, pumpkin spice anything, “Happy Fall Y’All”. Lord of the Rings….

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  369. Onions, cake, death metal, snow, bananas, and salmon.

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  370. Rap & hip hop; Cars & Trucks, Reality TV, Horror shows, Romance novels, Licorice, Halloween

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  371. 374
    Dorene Clement

    Marriage, cilantro, sports, most television, smartphones, spicy food, makeup, coconut.

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  372. 375
    Julie Madison

    reality TV, cruises, & Disney vacations and I love people that love these things – just not me

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  373. Pumpkin Spice Lattes. Doritos. Car selfies. Beyonce.

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  374. Thyme, artificial sweeteners, name brand logos.

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  375. Black licorice, AC/DC, the song Old Time Rock and Roll by Bob Seger, sweaters especially itchy ones, hot summers, and last but certainly not least, day after Christmas shopping.

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  376. Beer. Bananas. Roller Coasters. I feel like I’m part of a group now, so many people dislike the same things. Haha ❤

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  377. Van Morrison.

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  378. Clothes shopping. Fiction TV. Large crowds of people. Sitting around not doing anything……GAAHHHHH!!!

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  379. Dan Brown. I hate his writing. HATE. IT. I’m sure it’s not his fault and he’s a very nice person, but ugh.

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  380. All things Disney, Marvel as a whole , the Bachelor/Bachelorette franchises ,

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  381. Any one of the Peanuts holiday specials. Something about them just irks and depresses me.

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  382. Podcasts. Vlogs. Garlic. Root beer. Autumn & winter. Rain/thunderstorms.

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  383. Concerts. The beach.

    There are few artists I like to watch live. I like to see the beach and hear the beach, I do not feel the need to sit on the beach.

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  384. Peppers, coffee, wine, beer, cucumbers, hot dogs, mustard, honey, seafood, zoos, birds in cages,sports ball, people who think they know my body/mind/taste better than me.

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  385. Cinnamon scented pine cones. Do not understand how that even happened, yet every year they appear.

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  386. Tea, the Three Stooges, Rap, well-kept homes

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  387. Top 40 music, shopping, Star Wars, and Instagram — for starters.

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  388. Things I could live without forever that the rest of the world loves:

    Golf (miniature, top or standard); reality TV; celebrities famous for no reason, TV preachers

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  389. Granite countertops, Lima beans, musk perfume, polyester clothing

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  390. 393
    Anastasia Marie Dixon

    Game of Thrones. La Croix. Too much sunshine.

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  391. Superhero movies, paper straws, Christmas – like the decorations, hate the expectations.

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  392. Coffee. Avocados. Coconut. Ice cream and yogurt with fruit in. Raisins in anything other than cereal.

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  393. M&Ms. The peanut ones are ok, but plain M&Ms are just terrible American milk chocolate inside a bad candy shell. Why.

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  394. Pumpkin Spice. The Real Housewives and Bachelor/Bachelorette franchises.

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  395. Religion. Scary movies. Niceness for niceness’ sake. Cloying children’s entertainment.

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  396. Olives, The Ramones, tomatoes, Real Housewives, loud restaurants, driving, melon of any kind

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  397. Cake, donuts, iphones, The Beatles (I thought I was the only one but I see I have some people above!)

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  398. It’s a Wonderful Life, Kardashians, The Bachelor/Bachelorette, donuts, infinity scarfs (I feel like I’m choking), and Star Wars. That last seems to insult everyone and question my worth, especially since I’m a huge Marvel and Harry Potter nerd.

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  399. Reese’s Pieces. Nascar. Asparagus.

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  400. Horror and creepy suspense movies (7 seriously nearly killed me ). Being on the front row rail at a concert even if I love the band. The b52s. Rock lobster is the worst thing ever. Lizards, spiders etc as pets. Sports on tv..

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  401. Hoodies, pumpkin spice latte, flashy pointy claw nails, church.

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  402. Beyoncé, red wine, basketball, Stephen King, religion

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  403. Meat. Mushrooms. Anything with strong umami flavors.

    Like

  404. Game of Thrones. Pumpkin spice. Lulu Lemon.

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  405. Harry Potter, and peep-toe booties.

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  406. Sex and recreational drugs. I hate how everyone assumes I must be doing it wrong. Nope! Just rather be doing something else.

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  407. Wine, coffee, tea, Harry Potter, LOTR, Star Wars, The Beatles, cosplaying, comicon, bourbon, beans (of any kind), mustard…

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  408. The band Nirvana. Professional basketball.

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  409. Kardashians, Beyonce, insta brows, guacamole, Chipotle, flip flops, contouring, country music.

    Like

  410. Trump, professional sports, bras, pugs, celebrity worship

    Like

  411. Avocados and than means guacamole too! Ghastly

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  412. 415
    Vanessa Johnston

    Penut butter. Oreos. Carnations. Daisies. Cats

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  413. Anime TV shows. Fish broth. Bridal Showers.

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  414. I’m always thrilled to find another writer who doesn’t care for Tolkien!

    Here’s the rest of my “I Just Don’t Get the Appeal” list (aka Things I Said I Didn’t Like & People Looked at Me Like I Murdered Their Mother):

    Seinfeld
    Anime
    Panera Bread
    Ferris Wheels
    Rap

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  415. I’m with you on the Tolkien and the sweaters. Boring and itchy, respectively. Also: women and expensive shoes and men and motorcycles. I don’t get either of those at all! And shows like This Is Us and Grey’s Anatomy. I see the value! I used to love Grey’s and This Is Us is very well done but I’m past the point in life that I can tolerate borrowed angst and suffering. So I just…don’t and I’m so much happier!

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  416. I could live forever without hearing the following words or phrases that everyone else seems to love using:

    amazing
    LOL
    peeps
    fur babies
    Have a nice rest of your day.

    Thanks for providing the forum to say so!

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  417. Peanut butter, selfies and any extremely inbred pet animals like munchkin and hairless cats.

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  418. IPAs, running (unless there are margaritas at the finish line), Titanic, huge beards, reality TV, kids.

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  419. 422
    Karen in Michigan

    I just don’t groove on:
    superhero movies (or many new movies in general)
    pop music (never have I ever seen American Idol)
    video games (don’t even own a computer)
    Dancing with the Stars (see comment number 2)
    the cult of personality (I have publicly stated that I wouldn’t know Kim Kardashian if I tripped over her dead body in an alley)

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  420. Mayo, wine, Bachelorette or ANY of those shows, news of anyone’s “baby bump,” THE WORDS “baby bump.”

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  421. Scarves!

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  422. 425
    Jennifer Jones

    Coffee and peanut butter are my big ones. Anything melon. Ketchup unless it is with mustard on a burger. All things scary.

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  423. Nascar, football, beer pong, zucchini, lima beans and lobster.

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  424. Dave Matthews Band.
    That song – Hard Candy Christmas… I just don’t think it’s a Christmas song and I wish they’d stop playing it.
    Cilantro.

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  425. Summer, wine, hugs.

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  426. ALL seafood (Even if it’s “not fishy,” if it came out of water, I don’t want it. That includes lobster, shellfish, seaweed.) . I hate marzipan and almond flavoring with a passion (but I eat almonds). Manicures, dressy shoes (especially heels but flats too), handbags, wine, hard alcohol, tea. Sometimes people (I would miss them eventually, but I’d do better on a deserted island than most.)

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  427. Old movies shown at the holidays where current celebrities give their “take” on them; the recent Little Mermaid Live; anything Kardashian; reality television, period. Ugh Ugh Ugh

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  428. The Office, sea food, any of the Bachelor/Bachelorette shows, sloths, black licorice, Kanye, politics and people being offended by everything!

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  429. The Office, vanilla-scented things, flavored water, most social media.

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  430. Eric Clapton. I acknowledge he is a fine musician, but his songs just don’t do anything for me.

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  431. 434
    Peggy Rossmiller

    coconut anything. magical realism. christmas.
    But I love YOU!

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  432. Oh yeah, coffee and chocolate.

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  433. Shrimp, oysters, red/green bell peppers (ruin the taste of everything else), Game of Thrones, being warm all the time, professional sports

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  434. I’m back…add to previous list these items: beer, olives, beets avocados, country western music and Star Wars movies.

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  435. coffee, beer, and exercise

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  436. Sausage of any kind, pickled beets, onions, any thing star wars related (i’m a trekkie, thank you very much) and sweet tea

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  437. Hemingway. Cacti. Heels. Pinterest worthy birthday parties for kids. Cats. Diets.

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  438. Marvel comics, DC comics, and the comic format/genre in general; eggs as standalone food; makeup.

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  439. 442
    Bill E Stevens

    drinking coffee (the smell is delicious), owning a car or a house, winning at sports or getting an award, dessert/sugar in any form, getting high or drunk. That last one might be because it was such a relief when I finally got stabilized on SSRIs. I’ll take feet solid on the ground any time, thanks.

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  440. I’m with you on everything but the Oreos!

    Things I hate that everyone else loves: Game of Thrones, comic book movies, pickles, lobster, porn.

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  441. 444
    Lynnetta Miller

    Professional Sports. Beer. Coffee. Weddings.

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  442. Reality television.

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  443. YES re: Tolkien! I read The Hobbit as a teen and was like, “Meh.” But people got so goofy-eyed talking about it aver the years, I picked it up again as an adult, figuring my dumb youth brain had missed it’s beauty.

    I dragged that book around for three months trying to get through it. Everywhere I went, people saw the cover and said stuff like (swear to g) “Ohhhh, I wish I could read The Hobbit for the first time again. It changed my life! Enjoy this moment!”

    It made me so sad because a) it wasn’t even my first time, b) I knew they were telling the truth, c) I was trudging through the most boring story ever.

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  444. 447
    Dianne in Canada

    Jenny, I love you! There isn’t enough room here for my list but I thank you and everyone else for their lists. I feel less weird but not sure if I want to feel less weird! Hooray for being different, for not wanting to be like others, for wanting to be an individual!

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  445. *Gift giving out of social obligation – listen, if you are giving me a gift because it’s expected just don’t, I have enough stuff. Let’s go do something fun together unless I don’t like you then a gift card is fine.
    *The expectation that I am going to give gifts out of obligation. That’s a big nope.
    *Just In Case gifts.
    *The stress people put on themselves to pull off the “perfect” holiday. I prefer the stories like how Uncle Bob passed out in the snow while trying to taking a piss or the turkey caught on fire and nearly burned down the garage. Nobody is going to remember the perfect cranberry stuffing.
    *Holding onto grudges. I forgive you, I just don’t want to be around you. Vice versa is cool too.

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  446. Avocados, The Real Housewives of Anywhere, clumpy eyelashes, complaint rock, snow, Tolkien, unsweetened tea

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  447. Most daytime talk shows, but especially Dr. Phil

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  448. Chocolate. Opera. Reality TV. I”m sure there are many more, but those three come to mind immediately.

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  449. Lemon, peas, game of thrones, horror movies, turtlenecks, abstract art, hard alcohol, pepper, Mickey Mouse, reality tv…

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  450. I never realized there is so much stuff that is popular that I don’t like!

    Here’s an abbreviated list:

    Olives, spicy food, country music, Claire Danes, raw fish, Fox news, and Kanye West

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  451. Pie (warm fruit makes me anxious), Back to the Future movies, The Superbowl, hot drinks, PSLs, mint and chocolate together. Ya’ll nasty

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  452. 455
    CAROL A TAYLOR

    What a fun post, Jenny.
    Febreze, unnaturally scented anything.
    Excessive profanity. There are other words.
    Greasy food. Fast food, except In-And-Out.

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  453. Amusement Parks, Famous People, Band Wagons, Make-up, and Thanksgiving.

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  454. Game of Thrones. Tom Cruise. Driving.

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  455. Parades, IPAs, icing on cake (plain cake only please), Breaking Bad

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  456. New Years. 99% of donut places. Breaking Bad/Game of Thrones. Honestly most TV that people love. Beer. Make-up. Beyonce and Taylor Swift. Reality TV that isn’t a cooking show.

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  457. Binge-watching TV shows in general (but especially shows like The Walking Dead and Breaking Bad. Who needs all that yuckiness in their life?)

    Horror movies (see above)

    Halloween (the holiday) (sorry, y’all)

    Spicy food

    Beer (any form of alcohol, really–it all tastes like poison to me)

    Dogs (yeah, i said it)

    Camping

    Pickup trucks

    And pretty much any popular fiction book that has the author’s name printed larger on the cover than the title, lol.

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  458. The Kardashians. I’m sure they’re all very nice people, but why should we give a sh*t about them and their lives?

    Also, the custom of hand shaking. It’s nice to meet you, but I don’t know where your hands have been. Please keep them to yourself. Thank God for Purell.

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  459. Chick Fil A. Just don’t get it.

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  460. 463
    ocularnervosa

    Coffee

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  461. Mayo, pickles, IPA, olives, watermelon, artificial sweeteners, cherry pie

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  462. Oreos. Coffee. Sports. Star Wars.

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  463. Whipped cream, Mayo, Hot tea, and fruit pies like apple. I guess I have texture issues.

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  464. The Wizard of Oz – storms scare me, who thought flying monkeys were a good idea and a little girl alone with three creepy guys…uh, no. Hard liquor – it hurts and I’m pretty sure it’s poison, same for chili hot food. Pain NO LIKE!

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  465. 468
    Natalie Forman

    I’m going to have to join in with everyone on the abstract art thing. Picasso? Nope. Rothko? Nope. Pollack? Nope. NO THANK YOU, SIRS.

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  466. Milk, Harry Potter, marmite, bikinis, babies, pet birds, quilting…

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  467. Reality TV.

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  468. Milk, Harry Potter, marmite, bikinis, babies, quilting

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  469. Massage, the Beatles, horror movies, alcohol, pumpkin pie.

    Like

  470. The Beatles. Ice cream that isn’t rock hard. The slightest hint of it being melty and I’m barfing.

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  471. Disneyland, Boy Bands, Reality TV, Starbucks, Doughnuts, Athleisure worn outside of the gym, horror movies, It’s a Wonderful Life, Nutella. And definitely Steely Dan!

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  472. Popcorn, Horror Movies, Mustard, Fried Chicken

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  473. White Castle
    Avocado
    professional team sports

    (But I adore Tolkein and read LOTR every year or so)

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  474. Wine. Reality TV. Hallmark movies. People calling skinny jeans “skinnies” and sunglasses “sunnies”. Any video game.

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  475. Wow this is fun! Jazz. Hate it. Irritating noise. Yes to all those who say abstract or “modern” “art”. What a scam! People pay actual money for that garbage. Yes! Hated Lala Land with a passion. Also Ladybird. Ah, I feel so good saying all this. I could go on… but that’s enough for now.

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  476. Reeses, Super Heroes, Horror

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  477. Walmart, Beer, fancy cars

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  478. Thai food (it’s the coconut milk). Superhero movies. Uggs.

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  479. I’m not a fan of beer or pomegranate juice. All other drinks, I’m in!

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  480. Zombies, Raisins baked into anything, Sweat pants with words on the butt.

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  481. Freaking avocados.
    They’re awful!
    I can only eat it if it’s in sushi, and even then, sometimes I pick it out and hope the roll doesn’t fall apart.

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  482. That was easy! SOCIAL MEDIA!

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  483. Bows, ruffles, flutter sleeves, glitter, peter pan collars and other infantilizing details on clothing for women and girls. Bath products that make you smell like food. Business people and politicians who speak only in metaphors because for some reason they can’t just say what they mean. And probably most of the stuff above. I’m working on being a curmudgeon. 🙂

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  484. 487
    Lacey A Westbrook

    Can I have your Oreos?

    Babies, toddlers, mayo, mustard. Lemon in my water. Spicy food. Game of Thrones, Breaking Bad, reality TV, Investigation Discovery. American football. Strawberry ice cream or cake. Coffee. Anything that cream cheese has even THOUGHT about getting together with.

    Star Trek. Disney.

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  485. 488
    Sarah Schuetz

    McRib. Everyone I know RAVES about those things, so a couple of years ago when they came around again, I decided to try one. No taste, bad texture. The only interesting thing about it was the BBQ sauce – and that wasn’t great. Never again. And no one seems to understand my dislike.

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  486. Doritos. Downton Abbey. High-waist jeans/pants

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  487. Detective/cop shows, mushrooms, asparagus, liver, crowds of any kind, heights, really hot weather

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  488. 491
    Bernice Goertzen

    First, I have to say please re-think Steely Dan. I just discovered them later in life and it gives me a really feel-good peaceful feeling when I listen to them. Things I don’t like – the Beatles, the Big Bang Theory.

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  489. Coffee, Vera Bradley bags, Pandora bracelets, the Rolling Stones, Kardashians

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  490. “Feeling cute.” Beer. Metal music (which is a difficult and complex music skill that doesn’t do it for me, so…. respect to you metalheads for your dedication). Having margaritas with a group of women I just met (it’s a thing, and I don’t get it, or do it). “Game of Thrones”. “The Watchmen”. Elton John. Black and white kitchens.

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  491. Sports, sushi, parties.

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  492. 496
    Diane Marret

    Bacon. There, I said it. I’m not sorry!

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  493. Starbucks coffee, avocados, IPAs, The Catcher in the Rye. Steely Dan is also very much not for me, and I once got Deacon Blue as an earworm. Two long weeks of “AND DIIIIEEE BEHIIIIIND THE WHEEL!” over and over on an endless loop.

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  494. Nutella, watermelons, and most sweet sodas (including Coke – bleh). And Breaking Bad.

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  495. Chai, pickles, hard boiled eggs, turtlenecks, pumpkins as anything but a decoration, sports (also in TX), and beer

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  496. 500
    Rando Calrizian

    Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. Papaya. Soft cheeses. Religion. Babies/ children. Reality TV. Running. Marriage.

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  497. Sigh. I’ve been waiting so long for someone to ask me this question so that I can finally get this off my chest without looking like a douchebag who’s all, “I just don’t get why you like that…” But I still feel like I’m going to break some strangers’ hearts when I say….

    Dr. Who. Don’t get it. Not at all. Not even remotely tempted to take an afternoon to binge and figure out why people go nuts over it. Must be something there for so many avid fans, just not for me.

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  498. Fifty Shades of Gray (and all the rest). Twilight. Big Bang Theory. Sports. Reality TV. Babies (children in general). Makeup.

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  499. 503
    JenniferNenniver

    Many of the things above.
    Jazz, Hendrix and Chopin (I swear Fredrick came back as Jimmy) Rod Stewart and Steely Dan.
    Meditating – or I should admit TRYING to meditate.

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  500. Titanic (movie), chocolate, The Grateful Dead, Christmas.

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  501. Celebrity worship – including that of the current invader of the White House, parties, the need to procreate, sci-fi, horror, wine, beer, cruises, reality tv (most tv, actually)…so many things.

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  502. Lima beans, Fox News, Danielle Steele novels, and Pink Floyd.

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  503. Game of thrones, kale, and dogs (I’m not heartless, just allergic so I’ve never spent a lot of time with dogs.)

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  504. Pumpkin. Testicles. Squirrels (although I have a love/hate relationship with the last one).

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  505. Social Media. I like Blogs but have no use for the rest of the modern world’s nonsense.

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  506. Television. The world iwants to talk about shows and I feel freakish every time I say that I don’t watch TV.

    Famous people. It’s OK to be famous, but I like people for a reason vs. learning to like or love the famous.

    Avocados & tomatoes.

    Relating to things 100% emotionally (vs. logically analyzing).

    Loud, crowded events pumped full of energy.

    Cruise ships (refer back to loud & crowded)

    Political one-ups-man-ship on a personal level, professional level, national level, etc. I’m OK if you want to think you are better than me. I’m usually more comfortable hiding my strengths than flaunting them.

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  507. Hemmingway, the movie As Good As it Gets, melon

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  508. Springsteen, Hotel california, Wine, pot smokers,

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  509. Pickles. Relish. Miracle Whip. Baths. Saunas. Having to endure any footwear that is not a flip flop. Vanilla candles.

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  510. Coffee (tastes disgusting), Fifty Shades of Grey (never read more than a page, it’s terrible).
    So so many foods.

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  511. Beyonce. Sorry.

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  512. Mens’ beards
    Black licorice
    Monkeys— I lived in Tropics, they were aggressive and mean. Sorry Curious George.

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  513. Reality TV shows…they’re not real, they have writers!

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  514. 518
    Lisa Vollrath

    Asparagus. Mushrooms. Coffee. Adam Sandler. NCIS (all of them). Eating meat.

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  515. Guacamole 🤢

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  516. Coffee, onions, thanksgiving dinner(the food itself, not the family time or what it represents)

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  517. The expression, “You do you.” (shudder)

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  518. 522
    Sallie Henshaw

    Stranger Things (just don’t care for it , you know) and Taylor Swift (I mean she’s fine, but like meh.)

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  519. Comic books. I understand and respect the art, language, story, and care that goes into them, and that they have inspired and entertained and even helped so many people.

    But they just leave me cold. I want to “get” them, I really do, but it’s just not happening.

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  520. Beyoncé, Billie Eilish, Cardi B.

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  521. Uber. Lyft. Costco or any membership store.

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  522. Rum

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  523. Jeans, bras, soda, football, baseball, Facebook.

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  524. Coffee, beer, kale, cilantro, Kardashians, binge watching

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  525. Hot sauce.

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  526. Bacon and coffee.

    Like

  527. Beyonce

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  528. Summer. I really hate Summer.

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  529. Tom Waits

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  530. Forest Gump. I love Tom Hanks, but my god that movie was awful

    Like

  531. Alcohol, Lord of the Rings (got to the end and went that’s it? Meh!), reality TV shows e.g. Big Brother

    Like

  532. 537
    Julanne Lorimor

    Jeans, Trump, Thanksgiving, Oreos, Brussel sprouts

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  533. Bacon, ice cream and Italian food.

    Like

  534. Musicals, fiction, Bob Seger, children, people.

    Like

  535. The Muppets (although they are growing on me a little. I didn’t like them as a kid). Eggs Benedict. Guinness. Precious Moments figurines.

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  536. 541
    Tabitha20634

    the big bang theory, coffee ( used to but I am intolerant and now one sip makes me sick 😦 ), the cold ( i like snow in theory but the temp makes me the hangry version of temp lol… coldrey? ), People who dont have actual OCD saying omg my ocd cant take it and stupid faux science articles like “science says beaded men make better lovers” oh and labels …. man i really dont like a lot of things cause i feel like i could comment forever lol

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  537. Cheese. Peanut butter. Oprah.

    Like

  538. High-heeled shoes, beer, wine, Beyonce, yoga, golf.

    Like

  539. Christmas cards, reality TV, office celebrations, crew-neck tshirts, bragging about being busy

    Like

  540. Pickles. Comic book movies. Anime. Wine. Beer. White Chocolate.

    Like

  541. Beyonce.

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  542. Christmas on days other than Dec 24-25th (decorations, music, everything… why does it last so long?!?) and coffee!

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  543. Any and all sports. Starbucks. TV. Dogs. Sorry, not sorry.

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  544. Bacon, coffee, cilantro, children, sports.

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  545. Pumpkin spice. Pumpkin spice candles, pumpkin spice melts, pumpkin spice sprays, pumpkin spice blizzards, and pumpkin spice coffee! I hate them all.

    Oh…also I hate almost any food that is good for you….

    Oh oh…..I also hate crunchy things in soft foods (ice cream, jello, etc).

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  546. Wine, beer, alcohol in general (like to cook with it, drinking it=eeew). Shows like Breaking Bad, Mad Men, OITNB. The current obsession with beards.

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  547. Tom Hanks (sorry, Tom), pickles, ketchup, mayo, potlucks, sweet side dishes like yams with marshmallows (WHY?!?), tearjerker non-scifi/fantasy novels (why do I want to read a depressing realistic novel?), reality tv, and most autobiographies (I’ve read too many that are I’m wonderful and here’s everything fabulous I accomplished). And the jukebox autobiographical musical (why are there so many?)

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  548. 553
    Rory's slave

    Nutella

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  549. Pie (of the dessert variety), Krispy Kreme donuts, the term fur baby, the Bronte sisters (I know!)

    Like

  550. Over the top displays of patriotism, esp military flyovers. The His Dark Materials series. GoT books. Big Bang Theory…. actually most network tv.

    Like

  551. Seafood. I grew up on the Gulf Coast so yes I have had “good” seafood and no, I still don’t like it.

    Like

  552. Pulp Fiction. I’d rather watch an Ed Wood movie on repeat than five minutes of this “masterpiece.”

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  553. 558
    I edit everything

    I also hate Steely Dan. Beer. Guacamole/avocados. Mushrooms. Bowling.

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  554. Pumpkin spice. Amusement parks. And Steely Dan.

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  555. Egg yolk

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  556. Toed socks. Socks with individual toes like gloves get hence.
    Getting in early for the loves: picking follows on Twitter based on shared first name. I found a Jenny Lawson and by god she’s awesome.

    Like

  557. Young Adult fiction (book or movie versions), such as Harry Potter. Twilight, etc. Lord of the Rings series. Fast action movies, and Downton Abbey.

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  558. Cheesecake. Cats (although “hate” is a strong word. It’s more a dislike born of two rounds’ antibiotics due to cat scratch fever – damn feral cat bit the ex-husband first and he was fine. Maybe I had Scott scratch fever??)

    Like

  559. 564
    Potato Queen

    Game of Thrones–the books and the TV show. Mad Men. Beer. Wine (other than Prosecco and Champagne). Heels. Taylor Swift. Home Christmas trees or decorations with themes. Olives.

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  560. Avacado, Game of Thrones, Modern Family, chipotle spice in everything

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  561. Disney anything. Remember, don’t judge.

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  562. Seinfeld

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  563. 568
    Robyn Volker

    American football. Cilantro. Celine Dion. Gladiator sandals. String beans. Diane Sawyer. Swimming in lakes.

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  564. Adele.

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  565. Champagne, Tragically Hip, Survivor to name but a few.

    Like

  566. 571
    Karyn Doherty

    Pulp Fiction. Turtlenecks. Jeans. Tabasco. Beer. Beer is bitter and gross. And hard cider or real booze anyday over Guinness. That stuff is just mushroom juice. ( shudder )

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  567. Cheesecake and (please don’t hate me) the Beatles.

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  568. Horror flicks, Rollercoaster, peanut brittle, sardines, anchovies, vinegar based bbq

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  569. Chocolate… I’ll eat it, but candy bars etc would be so much better without it!

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  570. Cold shoulder shirts. Downton Abbey. Cookie cutter houses. Expensive pocketbooks with ugly logos on them. Lawns.

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  571. Nutella and cheesecake. Probably a good thing that I don’t like them.

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  572. Young Adult fiction (book or movie versions), such as Harry Potter. Twilight, etc. Lord of the Rings series. Fast action movies, and Downton Abbey. Any Starbucks coffee, and any fancy dolled-up coffee based drink anywhere else.

    Like

  573. 578
    Anna Crossley

    The Walking Dead, Breaking Bad, The Simpsons and all their spin-offs, Twilight books and their ilk. Country music, Bad Canadian alers – Celine Dion and Tragically Hip. Pepperoni on pizza.

    Like

  574. Coffee, Doughnuts, Wine, Cilantro, Organized Religion, Maple Syrup, Black Licorice, Brussel Sprouts, Asparagus, Mayonnaise, and Kanye.

    Like

  575. 580
    Maranda Daniels

    Bacon on everything, coffee, and Disney movies that have totally ruined the actual fairy tales. I’m sure the Grimm brothers and Hans Christian Anderson would agree with that last one.

    Like

  576. Tank tops, scoop necks, marshmallows, malls, procedural dramas, money

    Like

  577. Thin Mints.

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  578. Jim Carey movies

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  579. The English Patient movie. Trader Joe’’s. Steely Dan (absolutely hate the sound!), Game of Thrones, IKEA stores.

    Like

  580. Two words: PEANUT. BUTTER.

    That shit is the devil’s paste, man.

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  581. Scrambled Eggs, Sports, all forms of hot sauce, turtlenecks/mock necks/cowl necks, milk chocolate.

    Like

  582. Bacon. Everyone thinks I am crazy, but I do not like it.

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  583. shorts, hockey, leggings worn as pants

    Like

  584. Beyoncé, Anything Kardashian, Kanye West, Game of Thrones

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  585. Friends (the tv show), the Beatles, Taylor Swift

    Like

  586. I would say eating dead animals are better than live ones but you do your thing lol.

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  587. Game of Thrones, tomatoes, lipstick, swearing, sleeping in

    Like

  588. The Beatles. Pasta. Honey

    Like

  589. Pumpkin spice is horrible!!!

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  590. Horror books and film, influencers, makeup, me too on the Oreos (actually most cookies). After a day spent working pop-up shop in a mall I discover pop music is insipid as, uh, all get out.

    Like

  591. Nutella. Don’t tell anyone.

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  592. All yours, plus rose wine, Starbucks, Disney, cold shoulder shirts, turtlenecks, etc

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  593. Pears, religion, Toto, lowlighted hair

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  594. Horror flicks, Rollercoaster, peanut brittle, sardines, anchovies, vinegar based bbq, cheetos, walnuts, the DH rule in all levels of baseball, Madonna, pro sports.

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  595. Beer- and let me tell you, living I Wisconsin this is apparently unacceptable. The Catcher in The Rye. I hated it in high school, read it again as an adult and still hate it. Led Zeppelin. I can tolerate some of their stuff and I know they are musical icons or whatever but they just don’t do it for me.

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  596. Onions, mushrooms, wine, coffee

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  597. Snakes, coffee, tea, beer, and Kevin Costner

    Like

  598. Coffee, Chocolate Cake, any reality show

    Like

  599. Disney anything…DisneyWorld would my ninth circle of hell.

    Like

  600. Tolkien, anything grape flavored except grapes, summer

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  601. Curry! (But I do like Stephen Curry even though I’m also a Lebron fan)
    And Cartoons

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  602. Coffee.

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  603. reality tv, wine, beer (indeed most alcohol), sports (particularly team ones like football and basketball), turtlenecks, the color orange or lime green, wearing bras or high heels (give me comfort every time), the pink aisle in toy stores.

    Like

  604. Celine Dion, Trump, Reality TV, Ketchup, and it’s predecessor Catsup.

    Like

  605. Quentin Tarantino movies, horror films, haunted houses, carnivals

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  606. Pumpkin spiced lattes & anything written by Jane Austen.

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  607. oh, and red velvet cake or cupcakes!

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  608. Iron Man. (This is seriously not a diss on RDJ, whom I love, but even he can’t save this character for me.)

    Thanksgiving food. (Except ham.)

    Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

    Outlander. It’s one of the very few books that I’ve torn in half and thrown in the trash.

    The phrase “LOL”.

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  609. Keto. Essential oils. Ketchup. Seinfeld. Horror movies. IPAs. The phrase “gut health.” People putting moustaches on everything.

    This was weirdly cathartic. Thanks, Jenny.

    Like

  610. Coffee, Citrus, The Doors, Sublime singing Rivers of Babylon(I love the rest of Sublime but that song makes me nuts), mashed potatoes

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  611. Bourbon, Ketchup, Mayo, Keeping Up with the Kardashians, “Real Housewives”. . . well, ANY so-called reality show (though I admit getting sucked in to one occasionally), infomercials, amusement parks, etc, etc, etc.

    I’ll stop there . . .

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  612. slim-fit men’s suits (they all look like their clothes shrunk), avocado, asparagus, and turnips.

    Like

  613. Sports, Coffee (I like the buzz, but I’m sure the buzz is only for people who seldom drink it) and I hate Twitter.

    Like

  614. Stevie Nicks. Good Omens. The Ellen Show. Anime.

    Like

  615. -Seafood
    -Comercials with Sarah McLachlan singing about sad dogs
    Chocolate dipped strawberry

    Like

  616. Ketchup. Reality TV. Summer. Ryan Gosling.

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  617. Pasta, icecream, whipcream, velour, satin,silk,and microfiber. Pretty much anything soft or silky. It’s all about the texture.
    Yes I do have weight issues. Unfortunately I like other stuff too much and my self control is limited.

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  618. Beer (Alcohol in general, actually), sushi, avocado, selfies, designer bags/clothing, Ernest Hemingway…

    Like

  619. 624
    Allison Land

    Ranch Dressing, Cheese on pizza, Bacon (or any meat, really), Animal Milk (I am not a baby cow!)

    Like

  620. Game of Thrones, American Cheese, Kombucha, Children (who aren’t related to me), Toe shoe running shoes

    Like

  621. Most wine, and Gone Girl.

    Like

  622. 627
    Jacqueline E Tirey

    Beer. I hate, hate, hate beer. And sitcoms. Any sitcom.

    Like

  623. Avocados, beer, American football

    Like

  624. Beyonce. (The person, not the chicken. I rather like the chicken.)

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  625. Coffee, bible thumpers, Hallmark movies.

    Like

  626. Coconut.

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  627. 80s music. Not then. Not now.

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  628. The Princess Bride. And Nutella.

    Like

  629. Skittles, fruit loops, sour patch kids, coffee, beer, wine, pumpkin spice in almost anything but I like pumpkin.

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  630. Cheese. Benedict Cumberbatch. Captain America. Board games.

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  631. Reality TV, Most comedy movies made in the last 20 years (I don’t find them funny), The Kardashians, The Simpsons, eggs, pears, Pho, avocados, coconut.

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  632. -Christmas
    -cookie-dough ice-cream
    -reality tv

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  633. Goats. Baby goats. Yoga. Goat yoga-just no. Pumpkin anything. Capers. “Reality” tv.

    Like

  634. “Realityl TV, and coffee.

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  635. Beer. Breaking Bad. Twilight books/movies. And anything to do with “Reality” TV & celebrities and social media “Influencers”.

    Oh, and since it is the season for it…Hallmark movies.

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  636. Alcohol, watermelon and most country music.

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  637. Harry Potter, Game of Thrones, Brussels Sprouts, Coffee, The Voice/Dancing With the Stars (most competition shows with the exception of the Masked Singer) and summer. Yeah, I said it SUMMER.

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  638. ACL Festival

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  639. 3 Stooges, Laurel And Hardy, cooked peas and carrots.

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  640. Champagne. It’s one of the most disgusting things I’ve ever tasted. Actually, almost anything that’s fancy and adult. Give me the kids menu please.

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  641. Pad Thai, the original Star Wars trilogy, Tolkien, and a martini made with vodka or anything other than gin.

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  642. Sushi, maple flavored sausage, Ugg boots, Game of Thrones

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  643. Pumpkin spice lattes
    Snow

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  644. The mere thought of Disney theme-parks or cruises. It nauseated me. Frankly, Disney in general, with very few exceptions, I find to be over-rated.

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  645. Cheese, mushrooms, olives, eggs, Michael Bolton.

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  646. he Beatles. I do not enjoy British people’s singing. My Beatles loving husband realized I absolutely despise British singers to the point where I can’t be around that ear trash. It’s something about how nasal they are, I’m gen x and have been drowning in this my whole life. God.

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  647. Christmas letters, like who cares. Stand up comedy shows on TV. Comedy Roasts on tv. They are vulgar. Rap. Kanye West and all the Kardashians.

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  648. The song “American Pie”, avocados, pickles, Daniel Day Lewis, Jack Nicholson, Big Bang Theory.

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  649. Christmas, blue cheese and salmon.

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  650. I’m going to type this and then duck. The Beatles. Can’t stand them. And yes, I am a music lover and that includes plenty of classic rock but omg there is not one single Beatles song that doesn’t make me roll my eyes. There.

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  651. Game of Thrones (uggggggh), Beyonce, basketball, college football, brussels sprouts, beer. I live in a city that is famous for its many microbrews and I just don’t get it.

    Like

  652. 657
    Staci Avison

    Cheesecake, country music, and Ernest Hemingway.

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  653. Nutella. Beer. Television/Netflix/etc. Lotion.

    Like

  654. FootbaII, posts about being thankfuI EVERY damn day in November, the phrases “I can’t wait, I can’t beIieve” and gender reveaI anything.

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  655. -Seafood
    -Comercials with Sarah McLachlan singing about sad dogs
    -Chocolate dipped strawberry

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  656. Coffee. Seafood. Yes, even sushi. College and professional sports.

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  657. Crime shows, sweatpants, kombucha.

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  658. I have a story. This has nothing to do with things I hate, but everything to do with criticism.

    Years ago my husband and I went to a quilt show and he saw a quilt that was made from purple, green, and cream colored fabrics. He asked me if I could make something like that for our bed. I said sure. Then I pulled together a bunch of fabric I had and bought what I thought was an acceptable cream solid from the fabric store because I needed it in a large quantity. When I showed him all that I pulled together his first comment was that the cream wasn’t “CREAMY” enough. NOT CREAMY ENOUGH. So I went and bought another “cream” that was fractionally CREAMIER than the one I had. And he approved of its creaminess. But it is years later and I still can’t make myself start the damn thing because I’m afraid that he’s going to nitpick every single farkin’ thing about the damn quilt.

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  659. TV, beer, children, cats and drag racing.

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  660. I can’t believe I left out Pumpkin Spice Lattes, football, and Friends.

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  661. Hamilton the Musical, heels, gel manicures, Grey’s Anatomy, Reality TV, eyeliner and big eyebrows.

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  662. Meat, religion, Trumpism, reality/singing/dancing competition TV shows, upspeak and vocal fry, pinkwashing, Christmas, adults in onesies, “Friends,” chitchat, bucket lists, most network television, the word “preggers.”

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  663. Also Tolkien, avacados, Napoleon Dynamite, beer and wine, and seafood.

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  664. Spring, Summer, anything that isn’t deep winter.

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  665. Summer

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  666. The bachelor/bachelorette and red flavored things

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  667. 672
    Margaret C Brostic

    Hocus Pocus, This is Us, avocados, anything banana-flavored, the Kardashians

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  668. Pumpkin spice anything, candles, coffee, smart phones, Star Wars, spicy food, new cars, New Year’s Eve, audio books.

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  669. Coffee, avocado (even guacamole), coconut, pineapple, sushi, jerky. Football, basketball, all college sports. “Famous” people who are only famous for being famous (how does that even work?). Reality TV aside from cooking or home decorating competitions.
    Icould go on

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  670. Mainstream comedies. It all seems to be toilet humor or all about embarrassment. Not for me.

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  671. Avocados, beer, SPORTS, Halloween, tiny dogs, designer anything, cherry flavored anything, almond flavored anything, eating…, Brad Pitt or celebrities in general, Friends trying to sell stuff (oils, nail polish, makeup, etc).

    Like

  672. French fries!

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  673. As a Canadian (soon to be in witness relocation) – I despise Hockey and Tim Hortons and winter in general

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  674. I don’t like beer, wine or champagne. And yea I’ve tried different types and/or brands still don’t like it. But I do love fruity alcohol drinks:

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  675. I don’t like Oreos either or Romance novels .

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  676. The Hallmark Channel, pumpkin spice, political pundits, spinach

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  677. Things I could live without forever that the rest of the world loves:

    Most things marshmallow (Fluff, Peeps, Circus peanuts, rice crispy treats, etc. Exceptions: Mini marshmallows in cocoa; S’mores). Coffee. Beer. It’s a Wonderful Life. Catcher in the Rye.

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  678. Cats. Football. Star Trek.

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  679. Cords (the pants)
    Pickles
    Wine
    Vinegar
    Squash of ANY kind
    Spiders
    Massive heat in summer
    Cilantro
    Peanut flavoured sauces
    Nuts or seeds in salads
    Vinegar based dressings
    Avacado
    Using a cellphone while driving (seriously, STOP IT)
    exercise

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  680. Pumpkin Spice anything, salted caramel, fake meat, Gluten free packaging, and boob sweat

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  681. 686
    Robin Nowell

    Tim Horton’s, Hockey (most sportsball, really – I am in serious jeopardy of losing my Canadian citizenship, I know!), Jello

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  682. The movie Titanic. And fondue.

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  683. Horror movies. The Bee Gees. Reality TV. Christmas. Celery. Michael McDonald.

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  684. Watching football, baseball, basketball, wrestling, golf, soccer, boxing, hockey… you get my drift. I couldn’t care less about any of the sportsings. Also, beer. You can infuse it with unicorn glitter and rainbow morsels and it will still taste like piss water to me.

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  685. Video games. Hot Pockets. Fruit Gummies. (much to my 8 year old’s dismay.)

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  686. The movie Titanic. And fondue.

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  687. Modern comedy. I just don’t get it. Parks and Rec, the Office, Big Bang, none of them are funny to me. I’m not too crazy about the actors either. I tolerated Chris Pratt in Guardians. I don’t get it.

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  688. sports
    pumpkin flavor

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  689. Watching anything on tv!

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  690. Avocados, ranch dressing

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  691. Christmas. Hated it as child as well
    Amyj19
    amyjean19@hotmail.com

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  692. Harry Potter

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  693. video games. Don’t tell my kids…

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  694. Harry Potter, The Office, Parks & Rec, Marvel Movies/comics, Ariana Grande

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  695. do not like almond flavoring in anything and ANYTHING in my black coffee. I don’t like antibacterial anything, margarine, Trump, people who put food on my plate without asking, animals in cages who belong in a forest/savannah, (that includes birds), Trump, and horror movies. Among other things. The older I get, the longer the list gets.

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  696. 701
    Alison Rutledge

    Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah.” Nice tune. Stupid words.

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  697. I hate over the top marriage proposals and the soldier surprising their kid(s) videos.

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  698. Bob Dylan. I get that he’s a ‘folk icon’ or whatever, but I can’t stand him singing. Or the harmonica.

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  699. 704
    Danielle Garduño

    Beer. Football. Sports bars. Reality TV.

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  700. Tim Hortons (I might lose my Canadian citzenship for this one)
    Star Wars
    Reality TV shows
    Cotton candy, Gummies & similar candies
    Talking on the telephone

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  701. Stupid Hallmark Christmas movies!! I despise them. Would rather poke my own eyeballs out than watch more than 15 minutes of one!

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  702. 707
    Luanne Y Glynn

    Taylor Swift, Award shows, Oprah

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  703. Harry Potter-refuse….

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  704. shirts with shoulder… holes, videos of people falling down or off of something, big everything foods–super milkshakes, mondo hamburgers with 400 toppings, etc.

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  705. I’m with you on the oreos. We have many better biscuits here but people still buy that wheat dust and sugar cement. eugh.

    Pumpkin. Big Bang.

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  706. Dr Pepper; Brussels sprouts; frogs

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  707. Harry Potter… UGH, and why is he so popular entire FB feeds are dedicated to if you are a Slitern or Snuffleluffagus!!!?? vacations where you go places (home is a place), people commenting when you sneeze (bless you, are you officially ordained to bless me or is this a general heathen blessing and why bother in the first place?), handshakes (ew, I just met you, don’t touch me), watching TV every night (brain drain), spending holidays with family (toxic, toxic, toxic), TURKEY (it’s that time of the year where I have to tell everyone for the love of all that is holy I am not having turkey pizza but regular pepperoni pizza).

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  708. Coconut water, alcohol,eating seafood, coffee(unless it doesn’t taste like coffee-hello frappacino),

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  709. Star. Wars. I don’t get the appeal at all.

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  710. 715
    Trisha Leavitt

    Also sweaters, football (American), the tv show “this is us”, Twitter, BBQ, greeting cards, and bonfires.

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  711. Pretty much all sports, receiving flowers as a gift, beer and wine, and Christmas music. I’ve also got a very strong, visceral yet completely irrational dislike of Don Cheadle.

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  712. I love this – I’m reading through and thinking, oh yeah, I hate that too! Although I’m amused by the hatred of Steely Dan; I didn’t know they were a big thing that everyone loved.
    Anyway, for me – the band Journey (especially “Don’t Stop Believin'”), fish of any kind, reality TV, and like many before me, the movie Titanic.

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  713. 718
    Heather Feather

    Silicone in everything especially household and kitchen products, I can’t stand the texture. Lyocell, tencell fabrics, super soft microfleece, the feel of these fabrics literally makes my skin crawl. Music that claims to be rock and roll from the 90’s and 2000’s, but isn’t rock OR roll, it’s whiney emo music…. I’d rather listen to elevator music from the 70’s than that stuff. Anything from Oprah’s book club. Athelesiure clothing as street wear. Eggplants and mushrooms. Canned mandarins oranges in salad, or flowers. Fruit salad, but I love fruit by itself. Bananas in liquid form, like in juice, ugh! Wine, it’s too bitter for me, or margaritas. Fruit flavored yogurt. The trendization of just about everything sold in America for marketing hype purposes. Boy bands and teen idols. Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, other social media with the exception of blogs, because blogs are like journals or mini essays.
    Things that everyone else says is most popular right now, because I don’t want to jump off that bridge if everyone else is doing it.

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  714. Christmas crap, Game of Thrones, anything Kardashian or even remotely Kardashian, dark chocolate and cashews.

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  715. Anything even remotely fashionable.

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  716. PRINCE
    I skimmed the responses and didn’t see him mentioned yet. Otherwise I cosign to 75% of what’s been mentioned.

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  717. ESSENTIAL OILS- seriously? Science fiction/ anything with dragon characters, swimming in the ocean(sharks,jellyfish,undercurrents and sand. UGH)
    Donuts- grossest food ever. Tweeting- even the word grates on my nerves.
    The thought of eating raw cookie dough anything.

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  718. Beer, Friends (tv show), Jennifer Anniston, Titanic (movie), all the adult Kardashian/Jenner/West family and their associates, Christmas decor before Thanksgiving, marshmallows, commentary “news” (more actual news, less opinions).

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  719. The Cheesecake Factory.

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  720. Fireworks
    Sweet potatoes
    Vanilla (smell)
    Beer
    Celebrity gossip/related tv shows
    Autotune
    Shopping
    Big Bang Theory, Friends, South park, Superhero/Comic Character Movies
    Holidays


    -mumbling- get off my lawn. 😉

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  721. The movie “Up!”, tequila, watermelon, balloons

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  722. Reality tv, most modern comedy films, pop radio, and slasher films.

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  723. Can totally do without TV shows Friends and Seinfeld. And onions. Stop putting green onions on everything. You have ruined food for me because of this.

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  724. Fancy restaurants, long hair, high end cars, fishing/hunting, wrestling, sushi, red wine

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  725. Chewing gum and lollipops, Arrested Development, Lord of the Rings, and YA fiction reading as an adult – seriously, my books need fucking and fucking swearing.

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  726. Ketchup, mayonnaise, hot tea, salsa, The Office, barbeque sauce or flavor, most reality television (unless it’s cooking; those don’t count), networking

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  727. 732
    Felicity Thistlethwaite

    Both opera and sportscasting, for the same reason: they both just feel like someone yelling at me and I don’t like it.

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  728. Dr. Who

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  729. Fucking football but especially THE Ohio State football and all the asinine shit associated with it. And babies. Definitely babies. https://possumscatsthingsgnawingatme.wordpress.com/2019/11/17/and-then-we-were-scientists/

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  730. 735
    Pellington21

    Dead Russian authors. Most candy that doesn’t contain chocolate. Most vegetables. Rush. Politics. Videogames. Hiking. Sports. Country music. Fashion week or fashion magazines. Leonardo DiCaprio and Ryan Gosling.

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  731. The movie Mean Girls
    Tomatoes, sweet potatoes, cantaloupe/honeydew melons
    Kpop music

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  732. Coffee, avocados, Seinfeld.

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  733. Pad Thai, tater tots, avocado, kettle corn, clubbing (the loud dance kind, not the baby seal kind. Though I assume the crowd here is largely anti-both, being a lot of introverts). Dystopian future books and movies also, to the dismay of my husband.

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  734. 739
    Pellington21

    OMG, I can’t believe I forgot red peppers (I hate ALL peppers) and chilis in everything. I do not need jalapeno, chipotle, sriacha, habenero, spicy ANYTHING. I am sick of every damn thing coming with some sort of pepper or chili or both in it.

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  735. Credence Clearwater Revival. Vegas.

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  736. Seinfeld. Its just not funny.

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  737. Gory horror movies, ketchup, strawberries, stranger things (just have never felt the need to watch it)

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  738. Parades, outdoor music festivals, coffee

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  739. Sushi, wine, “Big Little Lies”, “Gone Girl”

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  740. Ketchup or mayo. Velvet. It’s on everything right now.

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  741. Omg me too with oreos!! Its so rare to meet another one!!

    Also coffee and beer

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  742. Coconut, yellow curry, turtlenecks, & Elton John. There, I said it. I don’t care for Elton John. He’s one husband’s favorite musicians too.

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  743. Sports. Gyms. Politics. Neutral, American primitive, or distressed decor. Fake plants. Decorative signs. Distressed, fringed, animal print, or logo fabric. Shooties. Athleisure. The return of white sneakers. Bacon, wings, caviar, pate, mayonnaise, olives, eggs, milk, coconut water, processed cheese, grape jelly, white bread. Country or rap music. Most current music and TV. Text-speak. Twitter and Snapchat. Nicholas Sparks. Kevin Bacon. Sudoku. Abstract art. Ombré hair. Clear eyeglass frames.

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  744. Styx, The Walking Dead, Chunky Peanut Butter, Beer, Titanic (never saw the movie & don’t plan too either), Baseball & 99.99% of Reality TV (don’t try to take Bake Off from me-I’ll cut you).

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  745. Game of Thrones, video games, running as anything other than a means to escape zombies, Instagram

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  746. 751
    beckywoundhealer

    Concerts, all alcohol, coffee, the entire fantasy genre

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  747. Let’s see … wine, dark beer, cartoons, Game of Thrones, any reality show, dancing, and sleeping in. That’s the most prominent list, anyhow.

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  748. Alcohol and coffee. Salad dressings. Football and sports in general. Having children.

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  749. OMG, Yes on Tolkien. Ugh.

    I also hate coffee. All of it. Everywhere. Yes, even that one too.

    And I can’t stand alcohol. It just tastes awful. No, I don’t want to try this one. Yes, I’m sure you think I can’t taste the alcohol in it, but if I can smell it from 10 feet away, I ASSURE YOU I CAN TASTE IT.

    Hamilton. Just shut up about it already!!

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  750. Oh, also crime shows and gory horror movies.

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  751. Michael Jackson music. It was the one thing that was on the do not play list at my wedding

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  752. Husker football. Actually, any and all football. And Tolkien.

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  753. Cheese. Can’t stand it, except when it’s melted on pizza.

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  754. U2

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  755. Christmas, coffee, small talk, drama.
    Had to add to previous list.

    I love how reading thru the comments reads…. One person comments on some things and the next person mirrors those and then adds more, so the the third person has to do all of #1 and #2 lists and then their own…. could be never ending.

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  756. The Princess Bride (movie). Beer.

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  757. 763
    Erin Twatwaffle

    iPhones. Mushrooms. Uggs. PSL. Parks & Rec. Anything Star Wars.

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  758. Christmas and all the stuff that comes with it. 😐

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  759. 765
    Jill Knowles

    Meatloaf (the food, the singer is good), mayo, grits, cottage cheese. I can’t stand the texture. Sitcoms, Game of Thrones, Dumbledore (the real Dark Lord in my opinion.) Those last two are made more difficult because I work in a bookstore. I just smile and nod when people gush over them.

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  760. Blueberries. iPhones/Macbooks/Airpods. TikTok. Beer. Real Housewives of anything.

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  761. iPhones. Star Wars. Alcohol in any form. All of the sports.

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  762. The 4th of July, hunting, football. I might as well be French.

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  763. Eggs, Brie, children (except a few), pickles. It’s totally weird to not like children much. There’s the odd one who is nice, but mostly they are boring & smelly & loud. I actually trained as a teacher, but found out in time that I don’t like them, and thus have saved hundreds of them from a horrible fate. (mean teacher)

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  764. Any & all reality shows, coffee, iced tea, zombies, cheese, Bob Seeger.

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  765. 771
    Linda Schlemiel-Schlimazel

    Thank you for validating my intense distaste for Oreos. I really was starting to think I was the only one.

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  766. I’m a theatre person that hates the musical “Hamilton”

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  767. hummus

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  768. Crunchy peanut butter, cake and ice cream (soggy cake, yuck!)

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  769. 775
    David Sontag

    Seinfeld (the show, not the person). Running. Scented lotions.

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  770. “Cherry popsicles”

    YEESSSS. Cherry flavored anything, really. I like CHERRIES, but that fake cherry flavoring is like just a big mouthful of chemical medicinal taste.

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  771. 777
    Sas Popplewell

    Avatar (the Movie, NOT the Last Airbender – that is awesome). Coconut (anything flavoured or scented coconut puts me right off). Friends (the TV show, not my actual friends – coz they are awesome). Twilight. People who loudly state that YA or Graphic Novels don’t ‘count as reading’ (I am a Librarian and I hear that waaaay more often than people would think).

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  772. Jane Austin, Reality TV, Maple anything, snap chat filters, those onesie jumpsuit things that adult women wear (what? really? why would you want to get totally undressed in a public restroom just to pee?), Any internet article that starts off with “You have been doing ______ wrong your whole life”

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  773. Any Donna Tartt book, including The Goldfinch; Disney corporation – they’re taking over the world; social media; electric vehicles – they’re not as environmentally sound as people think.

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  774. Sushi, cheesecake, beer, runny-yolk eggs, Beyoncé (yes, she’s talented, but I cannot listen to her songs). And I don’t get the mommy wine culture. I’m ok with missing out on all of them!

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  775. Cheesecake, football, Las Vegas, The Voice & peanut butter.

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  776. Game of Thrones! TV or book form. Wine and coffee. High heeled shoes.

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  777. 783
    AJ-The Short One

    Just reading all of your replies is cathartic! I am not alone in my weirdness. I love that you are honest and open enough in this safe place to really let it out! Thank you! Mine? SEX.

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  778. So many foods! Bbq sauce, baked beans, chicken teriyaki, Waldorf salad, canned cranberry dressing, and American cheese. Professional baseball and football.

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  779. Ranch dressing, mayonnaise, mustard, The Bachelor/ette, monogamy.

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  780. Root beer. Led Zeppelin. Game of Thrones. Although to be honest, I never actually gave GOT a chance.

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  781. 787
    mrssweetpeach

    Oreos.

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  782. Disneyworld, perogies, Marvel movies.

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  783. Ooooh, almost forgot one: camo print

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  784. Fiestaware
    Cilantro
    Indian Food

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  785. Wine, coffee, bacon

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  786. Beer, coffee, anything grape flavored(can’t even stand the smell), football, cola (coke or Pepsi). There are other things I don’t like but these are the things that seem to surprise people.

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  787. Cauliflower, Oreos, Bruce Springsteen, and Keanu Reeves

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  788. 794
    Steph Hatton

    The Kardashians and Disneyland or the Kardashians at Disneyland.

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  789. Tolkien, Oreos, Game of Thrones, police procedural TV shows, TV shows set in fictional hospitals, TV shows featuring fictional lawyers, Sex and the City, Bond movies, Batman (or most of the DC universe, minus Wonder Woman)

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  790. Horror movies. YouTube videos that explain TV shows and movies that don’t need explaining. Reality TV. Teetotalism. Religion.

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  791. Nutella. American football. Zombie anything (except Plants v. Zombies, which is great). The whole Twilight saga.

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  792. Musicals.

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  793. Coffee, tea, or wine (I from other comments that I’m not the only one!)

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  794. Cheese…all cheeses and cats…all cats. I have the greatest phobia of cats.

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  795. Coffee, tea, wine, popcorn, holidays in general (except national peanut butter day – I like that one)

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  796. U2. Bruce Springsteen. Johnny Depp.

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  797. Beer. The show “Friends”. Cowl neck sweaters. Guinea Pigs.

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  798. Ranch dressing,cookies and cream flavor anything, sex.

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  799. The whole ‘holiday’ season….EXCEPT I do enjoy listening to Transiberian Orchestra xmas music, I do NOT decorate, I do NOT go to the holiday bazaars, I do NOT send out cards, I do NOT exchange holiday gifts, I do NOT do the family dinner thing..ugh!. It’s the worse time of year for me and I go in to my ‘hermit’ mode and don’t emerge til after the 1st.

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  800. Vanilla (ice cream, cake, frosting)

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  801. Hot beverages, brewed beverages (coffee, tea, beer), carbonated water/seltzer, cherry-flavored anything, pumpkin pie, Oreos (except Golden Oreos), The Wire (although I may give that another shot someday), doughnuts, beans (refried, in chili, in soup – don’t mind green or wax beans), books about time travel – the list goes on seemingly forever.

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  802. Reality TV. I know people are entertained by watching train wrecks but I just can’t see horrible life decisions made public as entertainment. Not to mention there are kids (and adults) that think these people are role models.
    Not for me.

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  803. Chocolate. Beer. Pink Floyd. Avatar (the movie). Fancy Cars.

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  804. I have an unreasonable hatred of the winky face. Every time I see someone type 😉 or 😉 or 😉, I immediately deduct a star.

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  805. gum and makeup and bubbly people

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  806. Tolkien, Grateful Dead, the Beatles, Tootsie Rolls, artificial banana and lime flavors

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  807. Things that are more than slightly sweet, tomatoes, manicured lawns, long sleeves.

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  808. Bacon. Star Wars. Chocolate. Owning a home.

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  809. 815
    Christine A Mirabelli

    Cilantro, ketchup, beverages made using hops, high-heeled shoes, cold and/or windy weather, people who tell the same joke repeatedly and still think it’s the funniest thing they’ve ever said, climate change deniers.

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  810. Sports
    The Kardashian clan
    Beer
    Orange is the New Black
    EGGS ugh
    Seafood
    Distressed jeans
    People using slang/text speak in actual conversations
    Prince / Michael Jackson
    Obsession with celebrities/sports figures

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  811. Wine. Metallica. Fit people. Fit Bits. The Crown

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  812. Coffee. Bananas. Tolkien. Elvis. The Beatles. Horror books and movies. Jewelry. Makeup.

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  813. Tolkien (Thank you!!!!!!), beer, faux distressed anything, cutesy signs/decor, coffee, most pie, long sleeves

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  814. Coffee. Soda. Turtlenecks. Olives. Raw Onions. Hotdogs. Wine. Leggings.

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  815. Beer, reality shows, Indian food, Uggs, Men’s skinny jeans, facial hair, hot weather and memes with baby talk – no thanks to all these things!

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  816. Disney.

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  817. Rush, coffee, wine, anything touching the front of my neck feels like a strangulation, horror and suspense anything (except true crime for whatever reason), Harry Potter, most new music, Cybermen, Arizona (I’m a Phoenix native, this place sucks balls).

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  818. shopping, Disney anything, pumpkin spice everything, most perfumes, professional team sports, giggling/laughing children/babies, flavored coffee (except mocha, I love mocha!)

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  819. leggings

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  820. Kiss, coriander.

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  821. I can’t stand turtlenecks or any kind of choker necklaces because I swear they are well, choking me. I read everything but have not ever managed to get more than a few chapters in on any Tolkien book, ever. I do not enjoy most of Bruce Springsteen’s music. Same with Led Zeppelin.

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  822. I do not like The Beatles. I loathe Christmas. I am not a fan of popular music.

    Also, someone else’s opinion of you is none of your business. Don’t take it personally.

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  823. mashed potatoes

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  824. leaf blowers. celery. Trump.

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  825. Pancakes, Socks, and Smoking Weed

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  826. Cilantro. Pickles. Olives. Wine. Musicals. Shabby chic.

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  827. Sex
    Alcohol
    Horse racing
    Being social

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  828. Feet.
    Most TV shows, but especially reality TV.
    Beer. Coffee. Tea. Avocado. Brownies with nuts in them.
    Workout wear as regular clothing or leggings as pants without a shirt long enough to cover the assets. ::shudder::

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  829. 835
    sanguinesongbird

    The Office.
    Also licorice and pretzels.
    But mostly, The Office.

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  830. Manicures/pedicures, scented trash bags, prank phone calls/practical joke TV shows, the phrase “I love her/him/it/you TO DEATH” (shudder). Men on dating apps who say they want a girl who “takes care of herself” as code for fit/pretty/polished. Spanx, the song lyrics “she doesn’t know she’s beautiful and that’s what makes her beautiful” (misogynist much?), and also the song lyrics “some people call me the space cowboy, some call me the gangster of love” (no. No, they don’t. Promise).

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  831. Friends (the tv show)
    Bras
    Fire pits

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  832. Football (team sports in general, actually), beer, makeup, beets.

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  833. Bananas
    Bras
    99% of all terms of endearment

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  834. Star Wars, Starbucks, and flip flops

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  835. alcohol of any kind

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  836. could live without beaches, rum, and salt water and I live on a boat in the southern Caribbean

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  837. Summer, pizza, Bob Dylan,beer

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  838. I’ll probably have my Canadian Citizenship taken away for saying this, but I can’t stand the band The Tragically Hip (or as I refer to them, The Tragically Shit). I feel bad because the lead singer died a couple of years ago, but just NOPE.

    Also anyone with the surname Jenner or Kardashian. Who the eff are those assholes, anyway?! #rhetorical

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  839. Football, hamburgers, you tube personalities, GOT, cigars, sweat pants with words on the butt, hairspray, cliques, churches, convertibles, and orange people.

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  840. Mayonnaise. Chewing gum. Twilight/50 Shades. Fox News. Uggs. Selfie sticks. People who put on Chapstick aggressively.

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  841. 847
    terriwelch62

    Professional or college sports. Wrestling. Turtlenecks. Scarves.

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  842. I could make such a long list but for now TEXTING!

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  843. and I didn’t mention that I don’t give a flying F-c- about football (

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  844. Summer!

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  845. Ketchup, avocados, and crocs.

    I also don’t get the love fest for Tolkien.

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