The terrible things we love

So earlier this week we looked at the things that we hate that everyone else loves and as I was looking through your comments I was like, “You people are crazy” but then every 10th thing or so I’d be like, “OMG, YES, COFFEE IS DISGUSTING!” or something similar.

So today let’s go the opposite way.  What are things that everyone else hates (or at least is confused about) that you love.  No judgement.  Probably.

I’ll start.  Things I love that most people give me the side-eye about but that I still love anyway:

The taste of envelopes and stamps.  Double spacing after periods.  Zima.  Taylor Swift.  Picnics in graveyards.  Hanging empty cicada exoskeletons all over my clothes like jewelry made of skin.  Pineapple on pizza.  Syrup on eggs.  French fries inside milkshakes.  Pokemon Go.  Taylor Swift.  Love After Lockup.  Pimento Cheese.  The Twilight books.  Mindless busy work.  Super sour cherry pie.  Creepy dolls.  The taste of baby aspirin.

Your turn.

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  1. Spam, I love eating Spam. None of my friends like it. Everyone seems to hate it. I love it.

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  2. AIRPLANE! — the movie.

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  3. Brussel sprouts. I love them.

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  4. Last night, we were watching “The Masked Singer” and I kind of went on a nerdy rant about the leopard’s dress.

    Because from the waist up (especially with that big ass floaty collar), it’s Elizabethan. But from the waist down with that wide pannier, split front skirt, it’s all French court circa the era of Marie Antoinette. I actually YELLED at the TV, “Dammit costumer PICK ONE ERA! GEEZE! You can’t just..go mixing one court fashion with another one from a totally different time period. GET IT TOGETHER, YOU DORK.”

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  5. Iron Man 3. It’s not necessarily completely despised, but most people don’t put it on any MCU Top 10 lists. But it’s got the best representation of what a panic attack feels like for me that I’ve seen in any media ever.

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  6. I love the smell of cow manure. Reminds me of when I was little and visiting the dairy farms that were in the town where I grew up.

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  7. the taste of baby aspirin

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  8. My husband. Most days.

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  9. Graveyard picnics here too! In fact, all things graveyard (I have an actual tombstone in my classroom RIGHT THIS MINUTE – Dora age 6). Prunes. Wearing the same clothes throughout the ENTIRE weekend, every weekend (it’s my part to combat climate change). Red pens.

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  10. The smell of gasoline, the red coating on advil, raw bacon

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  11. Mixing mayo and mustard to dip my French fries in. The smell of magic markers (and the smell of ditto machines – but you’re too young to remember that).

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  12. Hanson, pumpkin spice and Disney …. Wow I have never sounded more basic lol …. I am ok with this I guess

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  13. I love dreary weather – even if my depression doesnt.
    I love the twilight movies AND the shadowhunter tv show.
    I also really like the smell of gasoline.

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  14. Cold Spaghettios, I’m 56 years old.

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  15. I love chili and oreos … yes, together. 🙂

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    Jennifer Nothdurft

    I LOVE syrup on eggs and hashbrowns – most of the breakfast foods….and Velveeta on French Toast.

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  17. The smell of gasoline, perm solution and my own farts.

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  18. I love the weird chemical smell of a new shower curtain liner, dry shredded wheat cereal eaten without milk, as well as super, super dry chicken and turkey. Oh! And I would lay my life down for the band Poison.

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  19. Miracle Whip. With white bread and a home grown tomato slice lightly salted, it is the BOMB.

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  20. Graham crackers dipped in lemonade instead of milk.

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  21. Call Me Maybe by Carli Rae Jepson

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  22. Ooooh. I don’t know what is considered strange to love! Here goes:

    Mushrooms. Barry Manilow. Winter. Picking scabs. Alphabetizing everything that can possibly be alphabetized. New Kids on the Block. Chrisley Knows Best. The Karen Special. The way my dogs’ feet smell like corn chips or mushrooms.

    PS The Karen Special is a bagel sandwich at our local bagel place. It has an Everything bagel, chunky PB, bacon, and pickles.

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  23. I’m gonna have to go with toast dipped in runny eggs and Kombucha #terriblethingswelove

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  24. double space after period. thanksgiving stuffing (both in the bird and out). pineapple on pizza. watching the same episodes of law & order (any franchise) over and over again. starbucks coffee.

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  25. Spoonfuls of vanilla buttercream frosting

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  26. French fries in chocolate frostys, or ketchup/ mayo mixed. Ketchup on my scrambled eggs, and pineapple on pizza. Using curse words like a pirate. Zima. Wearing animal ear headbands out in public. Liver pate.

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  27. Snakes. Weird Al Yankovich. The smell of tomato plants.

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  28. Black licorice, wide ties in a Windsor knot, driving a stick

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  29. Cream cheese and bacon sandwiches (Cooked and chopped bacon, mixed into soft cream cheese.) Because my mother made them when we were small kids.

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  30. I’m obsessed with dumpfire trash tv shows like Love After Lockup and 90 DF and I’ve stopped apologizing for it.
    Pickles and pickled things (controversial only because my fiance haaates them)
    Pumpkin spice flavored everything

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  31. Not necessarily me, but my late father used to love putting soy sauce on a piece of bread and then spreading peanut butter over it. Handsdown the grossest openface sandwich ever. But then again he loved sharp cheddar cheese on apple pie and salt on sour green apples too.

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  32. Taylor Swift. Double spacing after periods. Pineapple on pizza. Bean sprouts. Marzipan. Preflight safety briefing.

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    Jackie Lorden

    Harry Potter, Jane Austen, scrapple………

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  34. brussels sprouts and cilantro, FOR SURE. Music in odd meters. peeling nail polish off my nails, or bark from a tree.

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  35. Taylor Swift a few kpop bands are a secret shame. All things spooky. I love theoretical physics. medical textbooks. Korean cuisine, especially kimchi. Really colorful hair that gets shiny when it starts to fade from my silver strands. Cats and cats and cats.

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  36. Puns. Useless knowledge. Candy corn (though the mellowcreme pumpkins are better). John Denver and the Muppets Christmas Album (I will listen to it in May…or any other month).

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  37. The smell of a zippo cigarette lighter after it is used, the smell of gasoline at the gas station.

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  38. Liver mush

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  39. Nuts in chocolate chip cookies. Beets. Living 100 miles from the nearest freeway.

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  40. Syrup on eggs. We are kindred spirits. Chaffles (cheat waffles, yeah, there’s cheese in them, but let’s be real, we eat them because we want to cheat on carbs) with a dab of syrup and a bite of bacon – HEAVEN!

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  41. The smell of basements. Also, the smell of gasoline. Cold sheets. The Maury Show. Shamrock shakes. Pineapple on pizza!

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    Monica Archer

    Pickled beets!

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    Rachelle Surette

    Rolling tape between my fingers, some tape is better than others and have a better scent; the smell of library books; the Twilight books; the 50 shades books; dragons; tea.

    I missed the things we hate that everyone loves but my responses to that are coffee and mint (flavor and scent).

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  44. Taco-flavored Doritos dipped in cottage cheese. 😅

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  45. Oh, I HATE the smell of gasoline SO MUCH that even thinking about people voluntarily relishing it gives me a pounding migraine, which, as luck would have it, can be cured by #17’s farts.

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  46. Doing the laundry. Being dirty & sweaty, aka working outside in Houston during the summer. Brown.

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  47. Split pea soup, grits with bacon, radish sandwiches.

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  48. The smell of skunks, and ketchup on mac and cheese! Ooh and pulling out ingrown hairs! Sadly my hair doesn’t do it, but my ex would let me pluck his. Joy!

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  49. Spam. Deep, dark, spooky forests. Citrus (SO MUCH citrus!). Skunk smell. Pimento cheese. Egg yolk on toast. Bacon with syrup. Old, broken-down, abandoned buildings.

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  50. Bus exhaust from the old days. Smoke from a good cigar.

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  51. Liverwurst, writing novels, dried mealworms for the birds (spill those on your feet and see how you levitate!), and I only grow things in my garden that can be eaten. If I can’t eat the flower, I don’t want it in my garden. I grow a ton of different kinds of mint and basil too.a

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  52. The 1986 movie Troll and the smell of musty basements.

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  53. Love me some pimento cheese too! Also, every now and then I need a slice of fried SPAM.

    Big Elvis fan (as in I have a few Elvis tattoos), PBS cartoons (I’m an adult and find the message so simple and comforting). Taco Bell, cloudy grey days, burnt bacon, the smell of my dog’s head.

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  54. Cabbage. Doing laundry. Sunburn.

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  55. The smell of a fire house or fire gear. My parents were volunteer firefighters when I was little. That smell meant they were home safe 🙂

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  56. Pickle and peanut butter sandwiches, pineapple on pizza, mustard on cottage cheese, Rammstein, the smell of new electronics, laughing at myself (instead of being embarrassed) when I do something stupid.

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  57. okra, anchovies, writing and reading contracts, folding clothes.

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  58. Skunk smell when on a road trip. I also like tart cherry pie. Collard Greens. Lots of wasabi.

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  59. Skunk smell when on a road trip. I also like tart cherry pie. Collard Greens. Lots of wasabi.

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  60. That movie The Fifth Element. The only other person I know who loves it is my husband. “Leeloo Dallas, MULTIPASS.” Every time it’s on, I have to leave it on till it’s over.

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  61. 100-degree heat (my husband says I am a lizard). Pineapple with peanut butter. Super large Best Maid Dill Pickles. Spam with fried potatoes and fried onions and ketchup. All the angsty and post apocalyptic young adult books (I am 42). Grilled cheese made in the microwave instead of a skillet.

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  62. “Cozy” mysteries and light fiction (like The Flatshare). The Price is Right. Wearing socks AND slippers. The smell of sulphur matches.

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  63. I’m with you on baby aspirin, pineapple on pizza, and exoskeletons in general (though I’ve not used them as personal adornment [yet]) but you are going straight to hell for your use of two spaces after a period.

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  64. Nickelback 😁 Maybe because I’m Canadian.

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  65. The way horses smell; black licorice jelly beans and salt water taffy (but not actual black licorice, shrug); Scrabble or any other word game; 80s rock; pimple popping videos; and cheesy rom com movies.

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  66. IKEA! The store, building the furniture and the smell of the furniture, love it all! Also love pineapple on everything, especially pizza.

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  67. Green olives (and the brine makes great chaser shots), molasses on toast, beef ramen, winter/cold weather, storms, doing laundry (good mindless/cathartic work, except socks — I HATE matching socks!)…I’m sure there’s more.

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  68. Pineapple AND green olives on pizza. Roquefort and other blue cheeses. Lemon and orange Starbursts. My husband likes Nickelback.

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  69. Pepsi and milk

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  70. Vegemite. Some Aussies I was on a multi-day hike with shared some with me, and were amused I liked it.

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  71. Tongue sandwiches and tacos. Apple butter. Being alone. Babysitting.

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  72. The smell of ammonia. Sweet Caroline. Steel Magnolias. The smell of permanent markers. John Denver.

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  73. I’d love to say “November” and mean it, but… no. I can’t.

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  74. Pimento Cheese is like a religion to me, and I’m team pineapple. In fact, I’m team fruit and meat in a lot of ways (grapes go in my chicken salad, for instance). Sharp cheddar cheese on Frosted Mini Wheats (pretend they’re a cracker) is divine. Blue cheese ice cream. Filing all the mail in my inbox. The new Terminator movie. Shitty beer.

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  75. Salty black licorice. Stinky cheese. The stinkier, the better. The smell of diesel or solvent (reminds me of my dad and my husband).

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  76. Sardines. Mayonnaise sandwiches. Rush (the band.) Ruin and disaster pr0n. Playing classical music really, really loud, especially Beethoven and Shostakovich. The book “Winter’s Tale” by Mark Helprin. Latin (the language). “Push it” by Salt ‘n’ Pepa. Grammar (my superhero name is The Hyphenator, and I’m also an Oxford Comma fangirl). Black humour, the darker and dryer the better.

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  77. The original Punisher movie with Dolph Lundgren, actually lots of objectively terrible action movies. The ending of Mass Effect 3 (why so much hate, it’s an amazing way to finish the story!) Pasta sandwiches. Putting cards in suit order (spades, diamonds, clubs, hearts) while playing solitaire.

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  78. Diesel bus fumes. Peanut butter, bacon and mayo on toast sandwiches. American cheese with ketchup on white bread sandwiches. (Both from my childhood.) lol, the 400th one to say Taylor Swift. The Curse of Oak Island. Second Life.

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  79. Terrible reality TV like Jersey Shore and Floribama Shore.

    Also I agree with almost everything you said except the food stuff.

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  80. Helmann’s Mayonnaise sandwiches on white bread dunked in grape Kool-aid; the taste of baby aspirin; the smell of a new shower curtain; the smell of my own farts (because they’re hilarious!); cleaning eye boogies out of my dog’s eye; picking fuzz off a blanket and rolling it into a tight little ball and flicking it (it’s called picking fuzzballs and it’s very soothing); cooking frozen spinach and adding Helmann’s Mayo and parmesan cheese;

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  81. I, too, am in the double space after periods club. Other things I love that people give me side-eye about – long hair on older women, long hair on dudes, fun hair colors on people over the age of 21 (I’m in my 50s and have blue & purple hair and nope…not changing it to something “normal” because I am “too old” for it), adults who still love plushies, adults swinging on swingsets. So, I guess I have a lot of “age related” stuff….

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  82. Ketchup AND mustard on hot dogs. Miracle Whip instead of mayo. Homemade stuffing vs. Stovetop from a box. Coffee from anywhere except Starbucks. Old Kevin Costner movies.(Yes, even ‘Robin Hood).

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  83. Is double spacing after periods not a thing anymore? I like it and I’m going to keep on doing it! Also for me- pineapple on pizza and Love After Lockup.
    In addition- 90 Day Fiance and Real Housewives (all of them- I’m all about the trashy TV). I like my over easy eggs on top of pancakes with syrup. And cottage cheese.

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  84. In my house, mashed potatoes. I’m seriously the only person in my family who likes mashed potatoes. That just means more for me at Thanksgiving. I like the Star Wars prequels too, which is also frowned upon by the other members of my household (and most of the Star Wars fandom).

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  85. Dad jokes. 80’s Hair bands. The smell of dirt. Eating frosting from the can. Bumper stickers. Curtains.

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  86. Batman & Robin (the movie), ketchup on eggs, peanut butter and cheese sandwiches

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    Tamara Clohessy

    Entering contests even if the prize is weird.

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    officerripley

    Wow, a lot of us like the smell of gasoline, so nice to know I’m not alone ;-). And I too like buttercream frosting, the more buttery, a million-caloried, bad-for-you the better. And another one I’ve never met anybody else–I only seem to meet people remotely like me online & espec. this blog–like is the 1998 movie version of Godzilla (starring Jean Reno); love it! Oh, and raw choc. chip cookie dough.

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  89. Licorice–love it; love the smell of my old stuffed animals (I give them secret sniffs when I visit my parents–and I’m 52); love the feel of dough that you know is going to rise just right; love when the Fall leaves in my driveway get blown away and I don’t have to sweep them up; love when it’s getting dark and you walk past houses that have lights on inside (makes me feel cozy).

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  90. I love eating dry pasta. I love the crunch and the plain flavor. I especially love eating regular spaghetti or elbow macaroni, but I will eat any type. I usually have to cook two boxes for dinner because I eat half a box before the water starts boiling. 🙂

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  91. You had me at cicadas and baby aspirin.

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  92. Candy corn. Yep.

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  93. I was just talking about chocolate Twizzlers with a friend. LOVE THEM. Also most of the old timey candy like Necco wafers, circus peanuts (FYI prairie dogs love them), and the like. And science fiction and fantasy books (so many people hate them. Their loss). Smell of horses. I can totally see my husband rolling his eyes at something else but now I can’t recall. Phooey.

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  94. We are on the same page on a bunch of things. Pineapple on pizza. Syrup not on eggs (although if it got there I’d be fine) but on bacon and sausage. Fries in a milkshake. Love After Lockup. Pimento cheese. And sour cherry pie.

    Also on my list: Mama June. Milk. Salmon patties. Cats. Reading. Leggings. Burnt crispies in the pan (burnt cheese is heaven). Pokémon Go. Wizards Unite. There’s probably more….

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  95. Mixing marinara sauce with alfredo sauce. Cottage cheese and butter spaghetti. Ketchup and ranch dressing over tater tots.

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  96. I treat myself to a baby aspirin “snack” every week when I do my mom’s medicine! I also can’t concentrate on my work if I have a can of Vienna sausages in my desk (because I want to eat them!) and like jelly on my
    scrambled eggs.

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  97. Salty black licorice. Stinky cheese (the stinkier, the better).
    The smell of diesel and solvent.

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  98. 98
    Natalia Fleming

    SPREADSHEETS!!!! SO SATISFYING!

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    officerripley

    Oh, I forgot, cool, rainy weather and anchovies for me too.

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  100. Double spacing after periods <—I will die on this hill. We were taught this in school and then got out of school and it was wrong? It looks better anyway.

    Hanson, mushrooms, rom-coms, romance novels

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  101. Halavah, Chopped liver, gefilte fish, a shot of wheatgrass, crying, the smell of sheep, the smell of horse manure, dining alone, travel alone, ketchup on eggs

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  102. The smell of a gas station- gasoline + old oil + transmission fluid + antifreeze, smoky + peaty single malt scotch, digging crap out of my horse’s hooves (very satisfying, and she likes it), anchovies on pizza, and peanut butter with cheese sandwiches.

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  103. 103
    Wendy Arthur

    Teenagers, mannequins, Christmas 24/7, Crocs.

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  104. Romance novels. (Shoutout to Courtney Milan!), Snowstorms, Excel Spreadsheets, Diet Soda, Pipe Tobacco smoke, Darning

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    Jillaurellia

    Canned spinach, sardines.

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  106. Garden gnomes. Peanut butter and pickle sandwiches.

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  107. French fries with tartar sauce

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  108. Circus peanuts(the orange candy), lunchables bologna and cheese or the cheese pizza one, Taylor Swift, Pokémon go, Harry Potter, organizing public areas like a messy shelf at target, and the smell of hot pavement like at a theme park.

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  109. Tomato soup and peanut butter sandwiches. Dad jokes. Candy corn.

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  110. Boxed macaroni and cheese. Not your fancy kind with a ton of real cheese and crumbs and sauce baked in the oven. No, the other kind. I will occasionally eat stuff like the ALDI goat cheese varieties, but they are still BOXED. See, I have lactose intolerance and I can eat the cheese powder stuff, but not your mama’s famous gooey sauce. Plus I like it, damn it!

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  111. Talking on the phone (to friends, not just anyone) instead of texting, super dark chocolate consumed in great quantity, ideally while drinking cheap wine and talking to said friends.

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  112. Double space after periods here too, as well as the oxford/terminal comma. Oscar Mayer Liver Sausage (but not braunschweiger – don’t ask me what the difference is because I don’t know). Mountain Dew (which is fine, but not something you see 50 year old women drinking.)

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  113. Lukewarm coffee, running in the rain, cleaning out the refrigerator, scrubbing toilets, taking out the garbage, plucking chin hairs, waking up before the birds.

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    shamelessshawna

    ~Cold, canned jellied cranberry sauce and you have to cut it between the lines and don’t skimp, get Oceanspray brand.
    ~Fries dipped in a strawberry shake, preferably the fake very pink kind of shakes.
    ~The smell of puppy paws and puppy breath.
    ~Also baby aspirin. So much so I took a whole bottle when I was 2 and we were visiting family in Louisiana. There is an old ER report lurking in an old musty basement that probably is more worried about the parents who had to chase me in circles around the yard in the July heat/humidity before bringing me in. Lol

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  115. Worcestershire sauce on grilled cheese (I grew up eating it that way – its sooo good!), halva, and popping zits.

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  116. If you like syrup on eggs…..and if you like peanut butter…..and if you like pancakes…..try them all together! slather the PB on the pancake, then an over easy egg on top, pour on the syrup!!!

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  117. Me: JAMES!
    Son: WHAT???
    Me: The Bloggess loves Pokemon Go AND syrup on her eggs.
    Son: Will she adopt me?
    Me: (weeping over kindred spirits in double spacing after periods) She must adopt us BOTH.

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  118. I add to cozy mysteries. Eating soup and sandwiches for breakfast. British panel shows (I live in TX), caffeine free non diet sodas.

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  119. Double spacing after periods (give me liberty or give me death). Taco Bell. Abba. Old maids in popcorn. Following directions, of any sort.

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  120. And damn- I forgot to add to my earlier list, the perfectly stupid movie, “Gone in 60 Seconds.” I have NO idea why.

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    Lainie Levin

    Pipe smoke. Burpees. Uncooked ramen. Vanilla wafers. Candy corn. Candy corn mixed with salty peanuts. Broccoli stalks (rather than crowns). Tom Lehrer. Mindless TV. The smell of permanent markers. An empty inbox. Salad without dressing. Pairing socks from the laundry.

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    Prudence.padgett@gmail.com

    Honey Boo-Boo and family. I don’t even know why because watching the Mama June series makes me want to snatch them all bald headed and have a manners boot camp, but I still can’t stop watching and I’ve actually been worried that poor child since the end of last season.

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    WeeLittleNut

    I also like picnics in graveyards! The scent of drying paint, non-crunchy leaves, pickles and apples and cheese all together, popcorn with vinegar on it, lost bits of human culture that I find in the gutter (like Barbie arms and coils of phone wire and bottle caps), the color of tarnished brass, and a bunch of other stuff I can’t think of right now.

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    Jean Jarrett

    How my three hens get excited for their afternoon treat of dried mealworms but the one hen in particular stands right in front of me jumping up and pecking the bag while I’m opening it.

    When my Husky gives me her wooooo woooo greating and our wired haired dauchsaund mutt tries to copy but it sounds like a Wookie.

    Wine and a book with no responsibilities.

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  125. I love liver and onions (my mom’s fault), bbq chips dipped in cottage cheese, and rearranging letters in my head so no 2 vowels are together.

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  126. Pokemon Go! Love it! Still.

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  127. I’m a two-spacer too!!! My list also includes rodents, snakes, skeletons, SPAM, the smell of new tires, and gasoline (not at the same time), and the smell of horses.

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  128. Pouring milk over stale cake and eating it. I got that one from my dad

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  129. Sauerkraut pizza, grammar rules, editing other people’s writing, being the Beemaster (the person who reads the words at spelling bees), bees 🐝 (especially the bumble variety), anything animated, dreary days, the glomming, mayonnaise on green beans, phonics rules, Star Trek (the original), and all the nerdy things.

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  130. Peanut butter, banana, and mayonnaise sandwiches 🤷🏻‍♀️ With ONLY Duke’s mayo and Wonder Bread. That’s probably my weirdest like, though I did eat Dove Chocolate wrapped in hard salami when I was pregnant, and it was the food of kings and gods.

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  131. The feel of a cat’s fur under my fingers. The way my granddaughter’s head smells. How safe I feel in my husband’s arms. My daughter’s smile. Double-tapping after a period ends my sentence. Bare feet on beach sand. Holding my mother’s hand.

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  132. I love to get in my hot car on a sweltering day in GA summer and just sit for a minute or two before I crank her up and feel the heat. I love salt. I love letting my shih tzu lick inside my ears. I love opossums. I love that my teenager kids are sometimes snarky as hell. Lay’s potato chip sandwiches (just chips and white bread no mayo). Green olives and capers on anything. I always have to eat something salty right after I eat ice cream.

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    Lynnetta Miller

    Winter weather, Christmas decor and music before Thanksgiving, pineapple on pizza.

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  134. I am obsessed with a band called Ninja Sex Party. The name alone gets me a lot of side eye. But if you are not easily offended and love 80s inspired comedy music, check out the video for “Danny Don’t You Know”. (Yes, that is Finn Wolfhard from Stranger Things.)

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  135. Nickleback, spam and potted meat, cleaning house, ironing (used to stay up all night when I was in high school, watch movies, and iron), the Oxford comma, edited/red lining on paper as opposed to digitally, and writing with a good old fashioned pencil that has to be sharpened.

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    Amanda Sauter

    There is a big beautiful cemetery in Buffalo that I absolutely love. It really is like a park that happens to have dead people. When I worked for a Boys and Girls Club, I planned some photography field trips with the older kids and they were so baffled when we pulled into that cemetery, but they wound up loving it. I did the same with my own kids last year on a day they had off from school. They had such a good time. Except when the geese were chasing us.

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  137. Love Island. Spreadable cheese in a plastic tub. Public transportation. Maeve Binchy novels.

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  138. Kippers, scrapple, dry cereal (no milk please.) Blackhead popping videos. Wal-mart brand generic Pop-Tarts (better than the name brand.) Taco Bell, candy corn, the smell of boxwoods. Smarties.

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  139. I also like scrambled eggs with syrup. Massive amounts of water. Cold weather. The smell of old spice. Orange crystal light. Double spacing after periods. The smell of lake water. Playing with tape and stickers. Oh probably so many more things.

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  140. I really like a process Like I have comfort from knowing what I should do next
    I love frenches yellow mustart there is no other yellow mustard for me which is weird because i do not feel the same about other mustard types

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  141. Pineapple and pepperoni pizza (not ham!), Christmas lights/decorations/music starting the day after Halloween, the Duggars (Yes, I know. I’m just find them weirdly fascinating.)

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  142. French fries dipped in mayo. Mac and cheese with ketchup on it (I understand this to be common in the south but out here in the west people look at me like I’ve grown another head). Ketchup on tacos. Lost in Space (the movie with Matt LeBlanc — it’s horrible, but if I see it on I am compelled to stop and watch it — don’t know why). And my favorite pizza of all time has pineapple, black olives and (before I went vegan) sweet Italian sausage.

    And I’ve found my people! Mayo sandwiches? Yes! Peanut butter and pickles? Absolutely! Pasta sandwiches? Sign me up! I feel like we all need to get together and have a very weird potluck.

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  143. So now I have to try french fries inside milkshakes!? Odd things I love: Swimming nude, honestly in my fantasy life I have a private lagoon and no lycra holding me back. Also, pb on frozen bread. And fake beer.

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  144. Crisp low thread count bed sheets washed in Vinegar.

    How excited my three hens get when it’s time for their afternoon snack, the one standing directly in front of me jumping up trying to get whatever I’ve got in my hand.

    How happy my dogs are to go for a ride in the truck.

    Wine and snacks with books.

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    Natasha the lurker

    Molasses- like a plain spoonful.
    Farting
    Heinz rice baby food (the dry flakes kind). I add milk and jam.
    Black and kalamata olives
    Plucking chin hairs
    Sweating from doing something physical like martial arts (but not stress or temperature sweat)
    Extremely cheesy or punny jokes
    Reading instruction manuals or inserts when you get a new device
    In winter when I let it grow- the feeling of my leg hair brushing on the other leg’s hair or being moved by air currents when I walk. It’s like having antennae or an extra sense.
    Black licorice
    The smell of road tar

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  146. I love pineapple on pizza and I love ceramic dolls and skulls.

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  147. The smells of Pla-Doh, diesel exhaust, new cars and old hardware stores.

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  148. Raisins in my ham sandwiches (just mayo, no cheese), pineapple on pizza, and peeling dead skin.

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  149. I also love Taylor Swift and Pokemon Go!

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  150. B-movies. I love a great movie with bad/over acting, bad plot, bad special effects or all of them in one movie (bad movie heaven). Not bad t.v., no-no-no. I love a good bad movie.
    An good pun. As in well timed, well presented, well worded. A good play on words/situation.
    Dad jokes. This is my #1 favorite joke: How do you make Holy Water? Boil the Hell out of it.
    Also, standing in the sand at the beach and letting the sand get sucked out from under me by the ocean and having my feet buried by the sand.
    And Minions. Luv’em.

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  151. Lutefisk, Pee-wee Herman, and making all the money in my wallet face the same direction (a hold-over from my teenage cashiering days).

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  152. The smell of some plastics. Some chemical smells.

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    Gabrielle New

    Wendy’s fries dipped into their Frosties are the best thing ever. And so are double spaces after periods. I’m not sure I will ever lose that habit. The Oxford comma. Candy corn. Stinky, stinky cheese. Snakes. NIckelback.

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  154. 155
    Kimberly Lovings

    Flour tortillas with mayo and grilled hot dogs, flour tortillas with butter, maple syrup and peanut butter, accounting (luckily it’s my job), spreadsheets (job again), watching the movie The Day After Tomorrow every time it’s on, and milk with vanilla extract in it.

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  155. Pizza with honey, pizza with ranch, pizza with hot sauce. 🍕Yes to baby aspirin; My mom had to hide it from me growing up. Sour cherries, cream cheese and olive sandwiches, drinking pickle juice.

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  156. Liver, jazz, pizza & bread crust, opera, abstract art, cramped spaces, the smell of a musty basement, cabbage, movies with subtitles, 100 degree weather, compact cars, me.

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  157. The movie Ishtar. Falconry.

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  158. I forgot one! The smell of a warm paper as it comes out of the copy machine.

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    Jessica Vashalgrim

    The faint smell of skunk in the distance.
    Raw potatoes.
    Also Pokemon Go.
    Eating as soon as I leave the dentist to dirt my teeth back up.

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  160. Blue cheese with steak, bbq chips dipped in sour cream, Kraft dinner , maple syrup on bacon/sausages/eggs/toast/fried chicken , and plain bagels toasted with plain cream cheese and bacon.

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  161. everything Charles Addams cartoons, and the Gashlycrumb Tinies (by Edward Corey). If you haven’t heard of him, look him up.. you will LOVE him.

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  162. Let me think… candy corn, circus peanuts, the smell of gas, the smell of playdoh, parody movies, collecting Tarot decks… there is probably more, but I can’t remember.

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  163. The smell of horses, including manure. The movie Rat Race (it’s a thing for my family and I, but it’s a pretty terrible movie). Reading Shakespeare in high school.

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  164. Gravy on potato chips and caramel potatoes. The first time The Viking introduced potato chips as a side dish for Christmas Dinner and mentioned caramel and potatoes in the same sentence, I was skeptical. But it’s delicious! I love Danish food. 😀

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  165. a-ha. Been getting side-eye on that one since 1986. Don’t care. I love those Norwegians.
    I swear there’s more to them than #TakeOnMe.

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  166. Reality TV. Taylor Swift. Trashy romance novels. Star Trek over Star Wars. Hillary Clinton. Tofu. Beets.

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  167. New wave music, peanut butter and banana sandwiches, the smell of vintage, “Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure,” lemon/butter/black pepper/garlic salt popcorn, solitude.

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  168. black licorice / now ‘n’ laters
    (crunchy) peanut butter & Frito sandwiches on white bread
    (crunchy) peanut butter & marshmallow fluff sandwiches on white bread
    Kraft mac & cheese with canned tuna in it
    eating dry coffee creamer powder with a spoon, LOL (i grew up poor so…)
    cottage cheese (it has to be really cold in a chilled bowl though)
    Nehi peach soda
    Turkish delight
    double-spacing after periods, yes
    cheese pizza with NO tomato sauce (don’t knock it ’til you’ve tried it)
    circus peanuts (the candy)
    sweet iced tea (i use about 9 packets of sugar per glass)

    I’m sure there’s other stuff i’m forgetting, lol!

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  169. Potato chips dipped in ketchup. It’s just like french fries, but I always get weird looks. Also french fries dipped in ranch dressing,and pepperoni pizza dipped in ranch dressing.

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    Lynn Haraldson

    Lutefisk. Gelled cod originally stored inlye, but delicious with lefse and tons of butter. Alas, even my dog refuses to eat it.

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  171. Wintergreen candies. Pink grapefruit fragranced everything. Using salted butter in baked goods.

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  172. Gasoline smell. Bon Jovi. Basically ALL vegetables, since I was a kid. Broccoli was legit my favorite food from ages 4-8.

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  173. Pineapple on pizza. Bitter foods, sour drinks. Early morning exercise. Oatmeal raisin cookies.

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  174. The movie Cry Baby, unicorns (I’m 37), brussel sprouts, Britney Spears

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  175. My dog’s musk (an aromatic blend of stale popcorn and dirty socks). The smell of fresh asphalt. All of the Twilight movies. Black coffee. Birkenstocks (so comfy!!!) Roasting my marshmallows by setting them on fire. Plain Ruffles potato chips dipped in applesauce. Hot dog topped with peanut butter and a pickle spear. And I think armpit hair on women is beautiful, and I think round squishy bellies and baldness are attractive.

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  176. Circus peanuts. Olive loaf. Whitman’s yellow box chocolates (miss you, Grandpa). Coldplay. Warm, aka “brassy” haircolor (when did this become practically illegal?). Winter and its long, dark, peaceful nights, especially after a fresh snowfall. Hand-addressing instead of printed labels.

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  177. Sriracha, walnuts & eggs mixed into steel cut oatmeal.
    Single spacing at the end of sentences is the new hotness? I was taught 2 spaces. I feel very old.
    Golden Girls

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  178. Cold spaghetti sandwiches. With sauce, of course.

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  179. I love untangling messed up yarn and Christmas lights. untangling things in general..I guess. and also plucking hairs out on my knees that I can’t seem to shave off (someone is gonna try this out there and get hooked!)

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  180. Salt on grapefruit. Just the tiniest bit. I can’t stand bitter, and the salt makes any bitterness go away. And garden veggie or olive cream cheese on a cinnamon raisin bagel.

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  181. The TV show Glee, Backstreet Boys, going to physical therapy, chopping vegetables

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  182. The movies Xanadu and Streets of Fire; the carrot-pineapple salad from Luby’s; any flavor of Mountain Dew; and hot dogs from a family-owned, possibly disreputable gas station that have been slowly cooking on those hot rollers all day.

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  183. I am entirely too amused by legal decisions drafted by judges with a sense of humor and style….and quirky legal cases, like Ross v. Forest Lawn Memorial Park, 203 Ca. Rptr 468 (1984). Look for the description of the girl wearing the dress adorned with live rats :). It just makes me grin.

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  184. Baby aspirin for the win. My brother loved it a little too much and ate a whole orange flavored bottle of them. A hospital visit and two hysterical parents later, he was okay. Okay, here goes my list, all chocolates must be kept in the freezer and eaten while thawing out. I am obsessed with ice. It must be filled to the brim every fill up. None of this 2-3 ice cube shit. Sappy romance books are at times the only thing right in this world. I like the taste of saline in my mouth when getting an IV. It lets me know the IV is good and in the vein. I have to have infusions monthly (thanks Crohn’s disease) it is a good thing. Small animals must be dressed in small clothes and hats. It makes up for all the little dog issues Chihuahuas exhibit and makes up for having to deal with cat shit. Ugh.

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    Fan of Jenny’s

    Plain greek yogurt with salt, overcooked chicken wings, The Sound of Music (movie and soundtrack), Opus T. Penguin, thin crust pizza (only), root beer, black cats.

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  186. Mayonnaise on a grilled cheese sandwich and ketchup on a fried egg sandwich.

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  187. Things I love that many people hate: Doctor Who, writing essays, puns, being called a liberal, Miley Cyrus and her music, cemeteries (the older the better), Airplane!, cow manure scent, Miracle Whip, Michael Jackson, the Oxford comma, flannel shirts, Amazing Grace on bagpipes, merlot…I could go on and on

    Things I hate that many people love: Dunkin Donuts coffee, Starbucks coffee, turkey (the meat; no problem with the bird), yellow mustard, memes with typos, ukeleles, The Sound of Music, two spaces after a full stop, most Elvis music, trucker caps, soprano voices, whispery girl voices, Sting’s voice, the shows Friends and Seinfeld, most 80s music, “reality” TV shows, expensive cars, romance novels, rosé wine, most musicals…this list could get very long very quickly, too

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  188. Liverwurst. High intensity workout sessions. Kids growing up. I am not a monster, but you will not catch me posting on FB ‘I cannot believe he is graduating high school, it seems like just yesterday junior was starting preschool.’ This drives me bonkers. I love my kids and cherish the memories of when they were tiny little roly poly people. BUT – I love that they get adult type humor now. They are fun to hang out with and joke with and watch movies with. Not fun when friends bring them home intoxicated and they are only 16, but that shit happens along the way and I deal with it.

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  189. Listening to the same song on repeat for hours. Boxes, especially with magnetic closures. Socks. Strong lemonade. Organizing, alphabetizing, or otherwise sorting mundane little things.

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  190. The smell of gasoline. Banana baby food. Musical soundtracks.

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  191. SOS, squeezy cheese on popcorn, stuffed cabbage, original hostess cherry pies, smell of asphalt in a spring rain, watching people hurry about at the mall on Christmas eve, watching favorite movies over and over even in the same weekend, naps, my nephews

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  192. Dead stuff and murdery things, super well done meats (just burn the filet mignon or prime rib for me, ok), bus exhaust, tattoos, e-readers (reading is reading, man. Just do it however you want!), the newer installments in the Star Wars film franchise (Ep.7, 8, and I’m 100% 9…)

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  193. Candy Corn.
    Documentaries
    Fake crabmeat
    Kaiju movies

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  194. Mashed banana and grated cheese sandwiches. I love them but everyone else thinks they’re weird.

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  195. Liver and bacon for dinner; the smell of skunks (I get A LOT of side eye on that one); watching curling on tv; a cold, cold bedroom at night; sappy love stories.

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  196. Vienna sausage cold from the can, the Oxford comma, double-spacing after a period, “new” math (what some mistakenly call common core math), Trivial Pursuit (I can never find anyone to play with ☹️), going to movies alone, peeling dead skin off especially after a sunburn.

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  197. Twilight, deviled ham sandwiches.

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  198. I too love the cicadas, but not to wear. I love the movie Legally Blonde even though I don’t understand why and my friends agree it makes no sense cos I’m a feminist. But as I type this, maybe it does make sense, you should be able to pull this off. Complete nature silence where the only sound is wildlife and wind or surf, almost impossible to get. I got a lot of heat after 9/11 because blissed out on true nature silence, before all the planes were grounded I had no idea how loud the constant jets flying really were. Asking hard questions, I’m not sure other people hate doing it, but plenty of them hate it when I do it…

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  199. Cardigan sweaters, peanut butter, mayo, lettuce and bologna sandwiches.

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  200. I’ve never been a smoker, but I love the smell of the silver paper… so whenever a friend would crack a new pack, I’d ask for the top piece, but alas everyone I know has quit… lol…

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  201. 202
    Heather from Canada

    The taste of chewing adult aspirins. Gasoline scent. Rocks. Taylor Swift x 1000. Smell of horses and Bloodhounds.

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  202. Roasted marshmallow Peeps, pineapple and pickled jalepeno pizza, chopped chicken liver, gribenes and schmaltz, celery soda, travelogues from the 1800s, supernatural romance novels where they pour all their creativity into the spelling of werewolf or vampire, reconciling bank statements, small town parades.

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    Heather from Canada

    Oh, The Bachelor franchise (everyone who knows me says it is TOTALLY out of character).

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  204. The smell of creosote and asphalt. Reminds me of down the shore because it was used to waterproof the bottoms of docks and boats.

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  205. Like I said earlier, I love the chicken dance. Unapologetically. Also, chest hair. I’m so glad I’m old enough I don’t have to date one of these guys who shaves their chests. What a waste of time. And sexiness.

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  206. Fried eggs. Not fried eggs as in, there’s still something runny left when they’re done. Fried eggs as in, broken yolks, everything cooked all the way through, absolutely nothing runny, and maybe a few crispy brown edges. I like those kind. I really really really don’t like any other kind at all. Unless they’re scrambled that hard or hard HARD boiled.

    Crispy french fries dipped in mayonnaise.

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  207. Peanut butter and onion sandwiches. Chicken livers. Really burnt BBQ in general, it has to be pretty badly burnt for me to say no, otherwise it’s SOO GOOD. I think it’s mostly because it reminds me of BBQing with Dad and we’d drink whisky and talk and then realize too late that we’d overcooked the meat. Whoops. Good times!

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  208. Those frozen green peas, cooked up with real butter
    Black licorice
    Silence
    Creating spreadsheets
    Helping frustrated people and leaving them feeling better
    Having my feet touched

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  209. Harry Potter. Reading for fun. Pokemon Go. Oreos with water instead of milk. Non-fiction academic books about various aspects of Harry Potter (basically any book that would have been useful when I was writing my thesis, had it existed then). Beautiful copies of Alice in Wonderland/Through the Looking Glass. Britney Spears. Miley Cyrus. Taylor Swift. Twilight. Shadowhunters books/movie/series. Scrabble. Artichokes, olives and mushrooms on pizza. Miracle Whip. Oxford Comma. Textbooks. EDM.

    I second the smell of gasoline and syrup on eggs/hashbrowns/suasage/bacon.

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  210. Cardigan Sweaters
    Peanut butter & Bologna Sandwiches
    Cheap White Zinfandel
    Sound of pages being turned

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    Heather from Canada

    Instant mashed potatoes.

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  212. Peanut butter and pickle relish sandwiches. Preferably, sweet relish, but dill relish will do. Also, peanut butter and Summer Sausage sandwiches. Don’t judge! You like Thai peanut sauce on satay? Similar, but in a sandwich and no cooking.

    Also? I totally get eggs and syrup. Also, also? Bacon and syrup! Delish!

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  213. Bento box lunches based on children’s books.

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  214. Smell of a fresh box of crayola colors, Play doh, popcorn, and a new book. Chocolate Milk with everything, Hershey syrup on saltines, All carbs, Jello salad with veggies and mayo on top. MUST give two spaces after a period. Shakespeare anything, words or phrases that are unusual; “happier than a box of birds”. Poetry.

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  215. Fruitcake. I have never said to someone, “I’m the only person I know who loves fruitcake,” without them saying, “Yes, you are.”

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    Emily Cassidy

    French fries in chocolate milkshakes. Virginia Opossums and rats. Picnics and dates in graveyards. Bones and dead insects. Rocks. Maple syrup on my eggs. The smell of gasoline. Going up the stairs on all fours. Crouching on the bathroom counter to look in the mirror better.

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  217. I too love pineapple on my pizza and fries in the milkshake! I also love candy corn, Velveeta, bologna, mayo on my broccoli and ketchup on my eggs. I also love musicals, grocery shopping, driving and terrible puns/Dad jokes (even though I’m a Mom).

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  218. Pepsi with Milk, the smell of skunk

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  219. Lemons 🍋 with salt (or Fuji Apples) and watching scary shows with my 18 year old daughter and 22 year old son! Never alone though!

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  220. To the rest of the world besides Australia Vegemite
    Candy Corn
    Stick insects

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  221. I love cutting things out, especially laminated things. It probably comes from the fact that my mom was a teacher and used to take stuff home to cut out for her class. I love the feeling of a good pair of scissors ripping through laminate. I work at a children’s museum and we are currently cutting out around 6000 pairs of elf ears for the Christmas season and I love it.

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  222. Runny eggs. CW super hero and vampire shows. Disneyland. Country music – I love the words, the stories. Harry Potter. Wizards Unite game. The smell of gasoline. Christmas music, even before Thanksgiving. Kid movies…I’m loving Disney +.

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  223. Jar Jar Binks.

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  224. Chinese buffets

    I can only handle them 2-3 times/year, but when I want all-I-can-eat crap sushi, deep fried mystery meats, and freezer burned ice cream with stale fortune cookie crumbles on top, get out of my way, because nothing else will do.

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    cheekymonk27

    Jar Jar Binks.

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  226. Pickles on peanut butter.
    Washing dishes.
    Rain.
    Apple cores.
    Sardines.

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  227. Quite a few people complain about me putting Frank’s RedHot sauce on everything. Or hot sauce in general. Even popcorn! Another thing people are surprised/judgemental about is how I consume whiskey & tequila without flinching. Hubby says “you don’t see many women drinking Jack Daniels the way you do”. Oh, and pizza dipped in blue cheese. MMMMMM

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  228. Forgot to mention, I’d rather clean the toilet than fold & put away laundry, or wash silverware.

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    Sarah Schuetz

    The smell of kerosene and bus exhaust, turkey spam, brussel sprouts, Stephen King books, Hot tea with cream and sugar, lemon anything.

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  230. Tremors! The movie franchise. Love ’em all.

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  231. Popcorn or potato chips dipped in (Hellman’s) mayo. My aunt’s salad with green olives, cheddar cheese, bacon bits and ranch dressing on good old iceberg lettuce

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  232. Audrey Helpburn’s asshole ex-husband Mel Ferrer. This one super offensive, super tacky, super awful song called “Porn Star Dancing” that features juvenile sexism, Lil’ Jon, AND the guy from Nickleback all on the same track. Movies that could be described as in bizarre and in poor taste. French fries with mustard. Ashlee Simpson’s “Bittersweet World” album. A long list of sci fi and horror movies with : in the title. Walking places when I could more easily take the bus, even when it’s raining. Hanging out in a bathrobe at home instead of turning up the thermostat. The smell of gasoline. And on and on and on.

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    jshingledecker

    The smell of a barn. Raw egg in a milkshake. Mayo on french fries. Non-fiction literature.

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  234. ABBA, Disco, proper grammar, learning other languages, undressed salad, steamed veggies with no sauce of any kind, the horrifying smell of my cat’s breath because i love him, having the window shade up next to me on planes (yes, I’m THAT person), and Angelina Jolie.

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  235. Casseroles that have cream of mushroom soup as an ingredient. The smell of asphalt when warmed by the sun. Cold pizza for breakfast. Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. Candy corn (or those candy pumpkins that are made of the same stuff as candy corn). 3/4-length sleeves on shirts.

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  236. Here I go with more stuff. I’m SO sorry, but I love being tickled. FIGHT ME

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  237. Ah! The cicadas. I use to wear them when I lived on a farm in Arkansas and they were everywhere. I love fried baloney on cinnamon raison bread with mayo. Best sandwich ever.

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  238. Brussel sprouts, dark chocolate – before it became fashionable, loose fitting clothes, rainy days, cold days, cold, rainy days, Jeremy Corbyn, mild to medium turbulence, honest, grumpy people, conspiracy theories.

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  239. Folding laundry

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  240. Cheez Whiz. On toast by itself, on toast topped with strawberry jam, on popcorn, on broccoli or cauliflower (in place of a decent cheese sauce), melted and mixed with salsa. Diet Pepsi (in Canada. Diet Pepsi in the US is weird). Pineapple on pizza. Cheddar cheese on apple pie. A chunk of cheese to eat with my apple.

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  241. Walking through cemeteries. Old Sci-Fi and monster movies. Cozy mysteries The smell of horses. Shopping at a pay “by the pound” Goodwill Outlet.

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  242. Peanut butter on potato chips, horror movies, creepy dolls and using Twizzlers as straws.

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  243. Tofu, drinking milk with pizza, cilantro, reptiles, the Oxford comma, the movie Sweet Home Alabama.

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    Sara D. Brunsell-Raehl

    Black licorice, glitter

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  245. Speaking in movie quotes, the weight of my weighted blanket, baby toes (to look at, not eat or anything)

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  246. “Love Actually” (OK, that one’s debatable. Lots of people love it, but lots of people hate it, too.)
    lumps in oatmeal
    being cold

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  247. Pineapple on Pizza. Capitalizing Words that I Feel are Important. Pokemon Go. Reading Children Books. Fries (and occasionally burgers) dipped into milkshakes or soft serve ice cream. Exclamation Marks!

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    starcatbooks

    Toast with butter and a schmear of Marmite. Mmmmmm Marmite…

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  249. Boybands. Those terribly SyFy channel monster movies ala Sharknado. Muppet Movies (No one really dislikes the Muppets, but I don’t know anyone who quite understands my obsession with them either). Christmas music. Sharks.

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  250. Fake banana flavored anything. And candy corn. And NECCO wafers. Take that, haters…

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  251. Processed cheese/American cheese.

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  252. Potato chips dipped in ketchup. Picking things off my skin.

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  253. Kpop, Minecraft (because im in my 30’s), Creature Features.

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  254. The smell of gasoline, the smell of markers, toasted pita bread with butter and cream cheese, mushrooms, karaoke, my hands and feet tickled/rubbed, boy bands

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  255. The smell of gasoline and a pickle, cheese and mustard sandwich…not necessarily together though 😉

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  256. I agree totally with double spaces after periods, pineapple on pizza, and the taste of baby aspirins (adult aspirins were such a disappointment!). Also liver, white chocolate, super spicy hot sauce, sewing and embroidery, driving long distances.

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  257. Pulling off my skin when a sunburn is peeling.

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  258. I love Breaking Benjamin and Five Finger Death Punch, vegetables (like, I am not vegetarian, but I could easily be one. I prefer veggies to meat), Harry Potter (which a lot of people love, but here’s my dirty secret. Snape is my favorite), sometimes the Twilight books and movies – I have to be in the mood, pizza WITHOUT pineapple – I could eat pizza for every meal, and snakes. Give me all the snakes, please.

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  259. Eating cream of mushroom soup as is, out of the can.
    Frozen peas with ketchup.

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    Laurie Howard

    The Whales of August and cleaning

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  261. Pickle juice! Straight out the jar. I used to replace it with water when I was a kid, thinking no one would know. Also, chocolate cake with…LEMONADE (don’t knock it til you try it!!)

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  262. Oh! And picking my peeling skin. My mom loves that one, too. So satisfying.

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  263. The X-Files. I can still name episodes and tell you who was in what episode when I see them in something else. I also yell “Cylon” at every actor/actress that played on on Battlestar Galactica.

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  264. hamburger pickles slices with a dollop of yellow mustard on them, the smell of leaves burning, the smell of gunpowder, baying of hounds, tomato and miracle whip sandwich, bologna, onion and mustard sandwich

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  265. 1970’s soft rock. I listen to it every night to get to sleep.

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    Carrie Pandya

    I love 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days. Don’t hate. I love me some Zied/Rebecca and Sumit/Jenny drama.

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  267. YAAAASSSSSSSSS! Pineapple on pizza.

    Also: two-door cars, American cars, candy corn & mallowcreme pumpkins, bats (yep, the flying mammals), peanut butter-and-banana sandwiches, so much butter on popcorn that the popcorn is drenched, dressing up, doing laundry, airports & traveling by plane, blue cheese, cake frosting (if you’re going to scrape off yours, GIVE IT TO MEEEEEEE!)

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  268. Munchos chips, especially dipped in milk. Gefilte fish. Cool, rainy days. Learning about other people’s quirks. Watching people knit (I’m a knitter. Everyone knits differently, and it’s fascinating). When everything is spelled correctly. Conversations with big words and no judgement. Geeks. The feel of someone’s hands running through my hair. Unconditional friend-love, including physical touch.

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  269. The Howard the Duck movie, unironically. Lumps in my mashed potatoes. Pretzels dipped in cream cheese. Not brushing my hair.

    And since I missed things we hate: all forms of mint. Peppermint. Wintergreen. Whatever. They taste like metal and sorrow and bitter regret.

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  270. Fried chicken livers, saltines in a glass of milk (how old school is that!), Muppet Christmas Carol movie (sooo good), kissing the top of my dog’s nose, sour lemonade, lemon heads candy

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  271. I LOVE green olives. I can eat half a jar in one sitting. It’s what I want when I start feeling better after a stomach illness.
    I like watching the kid TV shows with my littles. Like, I actually enjoy them.

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  272. Getting my teeth cleaned!

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  273. Grated Romano cheese on soup, the smell of playdough, liverwurst sandwiches

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  274. Chopped liver, fruitcake, candy corn, Canada Geese, the blue horse statue at Denver International airport (Google “Blucifer),

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  275. Snow. Steak Tartare. Liver. Mayo on bologna sandwiches. Oxford comma & double spacing after periods !!

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    Kirby’s mom

    So many of the things I was going to list have already been mentioned, so apparently those things aren’t as disliked as I thought. Totally with you on the 2 spaces after a period – using only one space is just annoying. I like cottage cheese and salsa (I keep them a little separated in the bowl so I can eat one or the other or mix them by mouthful – great with crackers). Okra done any way – pickled, fried or stewed. Pickle juice. Dry meat (my mom overcooked everything). Organizing and sorting. Comfortable shoes, even if they are ugly. Having my bed all to myself.

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  277. Pimento cheese! I didn’t know anybody doesn’t like pimiento cheese! Boiled okra

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  278. I’m also in the gasoline smell camp. But also, MOTHBALLS!!!
    When I was a kid I liked Crisco mixed with granulated sugar. And my Mom used to make me these fantastic pies that no one else would eat, with very sour apples (far, far from ripe) and LOTS of sugar.

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  279. pate and pickle sandwiches, blue cheese and guava paste on crackers, peanut butter and kekap manis sandwiches – lots of weird food combos! Watching earwax removal videos on youtube. I’m sure there are more…..

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  280. Cheesy pop music
    Cheesy romance novels
    Cheesy teen movies
    The smell of my parrots
    The smell of my husband’s sweat
    The smell of patchouli
    Fried eggs and fried baloney sandwiches
    Peanut butter, bacon, and mayonnaise sandwiches
    Pickled herring on Ritz crackers

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  281. The smell of acrylic at nail salons. The Fifty Shades books and movies.

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  282. Eating more or less the same thing every day. Diet Coke (genuinely sweeter than the norm, I think). Gwyneth Paltrow (so good at making fun of herself). Lou Reed at his most obnoxious. Jack White at his. Courtney Love, ever.

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    augrasshopper

    Brussel sprouts, liver and onions, the smell of skunk and Nickelback

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  284. Christmas pudding fried with bacon.

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  285. The smell of gasoline and freshly poured asphalt 🤷‍♀️😂

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  286. The smells of roofing tar and hot paper fresh off the printer.
    The feeling of walking alone on a windy night.
    Swearing 😁

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  287. pancakes without any syrup, smell of top fuel alcohol burning,mustard on French fries & onion rings, singing French, Dr. Pimple popper, autopsies, All things related to current royal families of any nation, videos of anything crashing, cats of Instagram, anything Purple, collecting recipes I’ll never make.

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  288. Olives, Slim Jims, mayonaise on french fries, MTV’s The Challenge

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    Christina Norman

    Otome games, K-pop, The Pirate Movie, reverse harem manga/anime and supernatural romances.

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  290. Frasier. Tab. The smell of Maraschino cherries. Harry Potter. Sheets that dried outside on a clothes line. The epic movie White Christmas.

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  291. regardless of what I tell people, i did NOT crawl out of the fanfic hole I fell in when i was 14, thankyouverymuch.

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  292. Fried leftover noodles drenched in butter.

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  293. I with you on baby aspirin and fries in milkshakes. I also like chips and frosting, the best being Bugles and cream cheese frosting. I love Big Brother, cottage cheese on bakes potatoes, cheesy musical movies (The Pirate Movie being on of my favs), scrambled egg sandwiches and butter and sugar sandwiches.

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  294. Plain cake ice cream cones without the ice cream. Kim Chee and pepperoni on sour dough roll sandwiches. Stinky salty dried herrings. Beer fish.

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  295. Oh yeah, insects, spiders, snakes, mice, rats…

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  296. Hudson Hawk

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    Jill Knowles

    The 80’s movie Critters part 2, It’s bad in all the best ways. The smell of horse manure. Skunk scent, as long as it’s at a bit of a distance. My mom loved peanut butter and onion sandwiches; then again, she would eat red onions like other (sane) people ate apples.

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  298. SYRUP ON EGGS YES! Everyone I eat breakfast with always gives me major side-eye when I do that, but it’s sooooo good!
    Eating “dinner” food for breakfast (and I don’t mean leftovers)
    Jersey Shore Family Vacation (people mostly think this is weird because I hated the original)
    Flossing (I may be the only person who hopes to get big chunks of food stuck in my teeth because removing it is so satisfying)
    Randomly deleting all activity from my Facebook/Instagram/Twitter (honestly, is there anything more gratifying than a blank slate? I think not)

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  299. 301
    Rebecca Mashaw

    Possums (no, not to eat). Vanilla ice cream with pretzels. The smell of mulch and boxwoods.

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  300. Pennies From Heaven the movie; The music of Charles Ives; Glam Rock; Gregorian Chant.

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  301. Black metal, crows, severe weather, pineapple on pizza, creepy things. Reading text books, phone books and dictionaries. Not owning a t.v. Dark humor. Cleaning a lot. Organizing everything. Sharks. Not fitting in. Being alone.

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  302. Gouda Moon Cheese, Sucrets Cherry Throat Drops, Tiramisu, Gingerbread, Brussels Sprouts, Alice’s Restaurant Massacre (song), Gone With the Wind, Jane Eyre, Historical Shows with lots of accuracy

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  303. Bakers chocolate dipped in Nutella, eating the hot chocolate powder straight (without milk or water) marscapone and ricotta cheese, raw ginger and the smell of fresh paint.

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  304. “Grilled” cheese sandwich with mayo and bacon (quotation marks because it’s best broiled in the oven not squashed on the griddle), french fries dipped in vanilla malt, sausage or bacon with syrup, oxford comma, two spaces after period, rereading books, and non sweet cornbread.

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  305. Lima beans. Foggy rainy days. The damp, mildewy smell of the old tent trailer we went camping in when I was a child.

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  306. 308
    herbertleslie

    liver, gizzards, pate’, 1970’s disco music, really lame bands like Air Supply, Debbie Gibson, John Denver songs, cheap beer and cheap bourbon, opera (only male singers tho), showtunes, clutter.

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  307. Lima beans. Foggy rainy days. The damp, mildewy smell of the old tent trailer we went camping in when I was a child.

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    Donte krelle

    Peanut butter on fried chicken. Sculpting and painting horses in 1:64 inch scale. Picking loose tufts of hair off my cat. Biore nose strips.

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  309. Popping pimples…On my husband.

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  310. The smell of gasoline. Hanson. Depressing books.

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  311. Iris Dement (singer/songwriter). Brussel Sprouts. Threading a warp on a loom. Handwashing dishes. not having television service (but having a tv for movies dvd or Prime)
    Time alone.

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    Last_Paige_Read

    Popping pimples… On my husband.

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  313. I love dub step music (EDM), Hallmark movies, the show Hoarders, and other stuff I can’t think of right now.

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    Anne, Cranky Cat Lady

    Double spaces after periods. The smells of art supply stores and stores that sell lots of wicker baskets. Putting things like pens and embroidery floss in order by color; in fact, just sorting craft supplies at all. Japanese monster movies. Feeding the cranky old tortiecat and watching dive into her food.

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    Anne, Cranky Cat Lady

    Oh, and Moby Dick, which I reread in its entirety every year or so.

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  316. A bowlful of graham crackers in milk, cream cheese on pizza (with pineapple and ham), and the smell of gasoline (associated with my favorite vacation at the lake as a child).

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  317. Traditional Irish Music, Bagpipes, Cilantro

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  318. I’m glad to see one other person agrees that canned jellied cranberry sauce is a modern wonder for which I give thanks.

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  319. chewing an aspirin (not a baby aspirin either.) Kimchi. The smell of sauerkraut fermenting (could just be the anticipation.)
    Reading other peoples answers and going “yeah, I belong with these wonderful weirdos.”

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  320. Homework, The number 13

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  321. Midnight sandwiches of butter, cheddar, and peanut butter.

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  322. HP sauce and mayo in a ham sandwich.
    The smell of exhaust from a 2 stroke engine.
    Graveyards.
    Cooked cow tongue (eat when cold)
    Rare steak (and I’ve been known to eat raw hamburger meat when no one is looking😁)
    Black and green olives.
    Mayo on my French fries.
    Butter and salt and pepper on my French toast

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  323. I LOVE Glee and can watch it over and over again (I’m 45), the 90 Day Fiancé franchise, and cheeseless pizza with pineapple on top.

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  324. Pickled mushrooms, chocolate covered marshmallows, and turkey stuffing sandwiches (yes that is basically a bread sandwich). Oh, and sharks (yes the animal).

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  325. Korean dramas. Clean notebooks. New pens. Oreo cookies without the cream.

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  326. Endless weeks of soft, misty weather, broken occasionally by a few days of cold, partly cloudy weather. Ketchup on scrambled eggs. The wee hours of the morning, before the sun has even thought about rising. Egg bagels (which I presume are unloved because nobody makes them any more!)

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  327. I love the smell of skunk.

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  328. The smell of a furry, warm cat tummy, crocodilians of all sorts, and the idea of a picnic in a graveyard sounds divine. I keep trying to catch a movie at Cinespia in Los Angeles which = classic films, picnics, wine AND a graveyard. It hasn’t worked out yet, but I am determined that this will happen.

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  329. Double space after periods and the Oxford comma. Crocs. Harry Potter. Burnt cheese. The Twilight novels and movies.

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  330. The Duggars.
    The song ‘baby, it’s cold outside’.

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  331. Baby aspirin! On my god, haven’t had it in 50+ years but can still remember the fake-orange deliciousness! Also delish to me: creamed dried beef on toast.

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  332. The scent of skunk spray, but then I’m terrified that my dog will try to meet it. Brewed coffee that reminds me of skunk spray, but I don’t like or drink coffee. Lego mini figs. Rocks of all kinds and sizes. Okra. Lima beans. Opossums. Snakes. Salamanders. Insect exoskeletons. Learning the names of the wild flowers on our property.

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  333. Fruitcake. Obscure political and military history. ‘Sick’ humor (or why would I be here?) Open desert. Hot weather. Nerdy podcasts. Cheap pot pies. Slow conversations with long pauses and no interruptions. Monopoly and Risk. Offending self-appointed fashion police (the only kind, as far as I know.) Hyenas – like # 301, not to eat. The smell of latex house paint.

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  334. Some things I love: cold pizza for breakfast, dipping fries in honey mustard, tomato sandwich w/mayo, banana sandwich w/mayo, thunderstorms and long rainy days especially under a tin roof, classical music, being alone, fixing my own small appliances and computer, iced coffee, watching kids movies, especially Pixar, getting a pedicure, clean sheets, and last but not least, I LOVE being retired!

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  335. COLD MAC & CHEESE (preferably Kraft blue box the next day)
    Popcorn and milk (It’s DELICIOUS! Be quiet)

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  336. Brand new office supplies, unpainted nails, frogs, mice, semi-colons, and oxford commas. I’m also a big fan of double spaces after a period.

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  337. bacon spaghetti (cooked bacon in spaghetti sauce on top of spaghetti noodles). brussel sprouts. in my house, everyone hates sauerkraut not me I love it, the same goes for canned spinach, double spaces after a period, and fries in chocolate milkshakes.

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    Julanne Lorimor

    South Park, One Direction boys, Rick Springfield, the smell of my garage, humidity, scrapbooking, not finishing things I swear I will finish, my Honda Odyssey minivan, 80’s music, Miranda shows, soap operas, fried noodles and ketchup, being alone- ah there are sooo many things.

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  339. Due to my mother’s occupation and my early ambitions of being a manicurist, I love the smell of perms and acrylic nails. I had to stop doing nails because I had a bad reaction to the chemicals in fake nails, but when I get a pedicure and somebody is getting fake nails at the same time, the smell makes me so happy.

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  340. Trashy romance novels, bonus if they involve shapeshifters or time travel- oh yes indeedely do, Mr. James Alexander Malcolm Mackenzie Fraser has been on my hot list since the early 1990s!
    Musicals. Especially the ones with extended dancing scenes starring Gene Kelly or Fred Astaire. Patrick Swayze and Pierce Brosnan. Law and Order, CSI, all the varieties of both.
    Proper selling and appropriate punctuation. Cursive handwriting and calligraphy.
    Arriving early. At least 5 to 10 mins. On time is “would have been late if anything had gone wrong”.

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  341. Overcast days with freezing drizzle! Just like Colorado Springs is having today.

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  342. OXFORD COMMA. Drop Dead Gorgeous, the smell of the band aids that used to come in tin boxes, new plastic, & clearing stuff in lines (vacuuming carpet, peeling tape, power washing, etc).

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  343. LOVE double spaces after periods, pineapple on pizza, skunk smell, horse smell, turpentine smell, liverwurst, rainy days, bats, raccoons, opossums, chipmunks, mice, tongue sandwiches, mayo on french fries, anything vinegary like pickles or salad dressing, really old musty books, English costume dramas, English murder mysteries, old furniture, old houses, reading cemetery headstones (I had a class in college in American Cemetery Art), really sharp cheddar cheese, brussels sprouts, Nickelback.

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  344. Oatmeal raisin cookies!!

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  345. Filling out surveys.
    The smell of fresh tar in summertime.

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  346. Filling out surveys.
    The smell of fresh tar in summertime.

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  347. Peanut butter and spaghetti sandwiches (with marinara sauce). Chips ahoy with lemonade. Nickleback. Bald men. Swearing. Reading instead of TV. The smell of automotive repair Garage. The sound of people speaking languages that I don’t understand.

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  348. Brussel sprouts.

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    Kristine Ross

    Black licorice

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  350. Cottage cheese with ketchup and lots of pepper, honey in my coffee, cat breath and fur smell, skulls on everything, Frida Kahlo, that purpley gray color, True Blood, that long stringy stuff that comes out of your eyes, a Qtip in my ear,harpsichord music, those weird old cartoons like Silly Symphonies(watch ‘Skeleton Dance’)

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  351. Brussel sprouts.

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  352. The Twilight books AND movies. Slim Jim’s. Tattling on rule-breakers.

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  353. Rainy days, peanut butter and pickle sandwiches, comfortable shoes, record players.

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  354. Double salted licorice

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  355. Rainy days, peanut butter and pickle sandwiches and record players

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  356. The smell of gasoline, collecting vintage bar tending manuals, indy perfumes, the smell of my husband’s neck, cereal eggs ( poached eggs, with salt and pepper, mashed with corn flake crumbs), mayo on most sandwiches, Birkenstocks, making light do cool things.

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  357. Cold Play, Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, candy corn, ghost hunting tv shows

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  358. 50 Shades of Gray movies, mustard on frozen burritos, teaching teenagers, Hello Kitty plushies, airports

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  359. Swearing for emphasis
    Makeup (see also art ;))
    Unicorns (yes..I’m 35…hi #175 lisa!👋)
    Chocolate covered potato chips
    Art of all styles/forms
    “Roswell” the tv show..early 2000’s version
    “The Burbs”
    “Just Friends”
    “Strangers with Candy” the movie and tv show
    “At Home with Amy Sedaris” (tv show)
    Any Riff Trax dubbed movie
    Vintage jewelry circa 50’s and 60’s
    The Oscars (FOR THE FASHION)
    Bargain clothes shopping
    Emojis (It’s cheesy but I’m expressive.. see swearing preference above😆)
    The smell of caramel corn

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  360. Tart cherry pie (in fact, if it’s too sweet, gross!), carefully unmatting my elderly cat’s fur (he seems to like it okay too), the word fuck, country music (the old stuff and the traditionalists that came out in the mid 80s—do NOT say that IS the old stuff!).

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  361. The smell of skunk spray
    The smell of manure
    Spiders
    Okra (my Californian family hates it)

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    Rebekah Bishop

    Trip and bone marrow in my pho, staffordshire cheese (blue cheese aged so long the white part turns yellow and the blue part turns green), the humor in the movie Perfume, knitting on needles that are thinner than my yarn.

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  363. Neil Diamond, the blues music, reading a book that I can’t put down, akitas, hot baths, listening to podcasts at night. It’s like someone reading you a bedtime story. The ocean where I grew up, and the beautiful crystal pure water on islands. Cats, all types. 80’s music.

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  364. Cottage cheese mixed with Indiana sweet corn😳, cleaning out a full hairbrush🤤, peeling off sunburned skin in one huge piece🤏🏼.

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  365. Sauerkraut, broccoli, brussels sprouts, when social events get canceled and I can stay home, embroidering stuff by hand.

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  366. fries in milkshakes…never thought i’d meet another person like this. i must dip my french fries in soft serve ice cream, preferably a hot fudge sundae. all 4 of my kids now do the same. and it started as dipping my fries and foot long hot dog in my root beer shake as a teen.

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  367. Pickled eggs. But they must be pickled with beets so the eggs turn out purple!

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  368. The smell of skunk. I mean, not directly on me, but in the distance

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    Michael Grey

    Skull art, sometimes actual skulls, Hall & Oates, Funko Pops, Hawaiian pizza, Hot Tea, socks that come non-identical, smart-ass t-shirts even though I’m in my 60s,

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    Rebecca Stromgren

    Rain. Lavender. Raisins. Really execrable B-Movies. Malls. Bleu, Goat, and Gorgonzola Cheeses. Theremin music. Doctor Who. Real Buttermilk Ranch Dressing. Oxford Commas. Oatmeal. Rocky Horror Picture Show. And, last, but not least, You. You are not everyone’s cuppa, but I like you, just the way you are.

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  371. The taste of Flintstones Chewable Vitamins. Picking scabs. The smell of rubber cement.

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  372. I forgot to add two more..
    The 80’s/90’s cartoon “Jem” as in Jem and the Holograms…
    Salt and vinegar kettle brand potato chips with/a smoothie..strawberry smoothie from Jamba Juice if you’re me 😉

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  373. Easy Cheese (the cheese in a can)
    The Family Stone (it’s my favorite Christmas ritual to watch that movie. Many, many people hate/despise that movie, I’ve learned.)
    Proofreading/editing other people’s writing when they’ve asked me to (it makes me feel like I’m accomplishing something)
    Puffy Cheetos (the world is filled with people who think the crunchy ones are the only acceptable option)
    Shakespeare’s plays (the comedies & tragedies) ( I had amazing English teachers and an exceptional theater teacher who all taught me how to look past the “formality” of the language and enjoy the stories and, lord, the rampant naughty innuendos!)
    Brokeback Mountain (it was a huge cultural moment for two big name male stars to portray gay men. It was surreal seeing it in the theater. The cinematography and music are stunning. Most people I talk to about it hate and say it’s “slow & boring”)

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  374. Pineapple on pizza, absolutely. Honey on cheese. Brussels sprouts. Steely Dan (apparently I’m the only one…)

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  375. LIMA BEANS! Steely Dan, scuba diving with sharks, dark chocolate, sharks in general, Classic Coke, coffee not made at Starbucks.

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  376. Hall and Oates

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  377. Every once in a while, I get a whiff of something that smells like amoxicillin tasted like back in the early 80s before it was bubblegum flavored (I had a lot of ear infections) and if they made candy or ice cream in that flavor, I would buy the hell out of it. So that’s maybe my weirdest. I also tend to kind of enjoy filling in forms. And will watch the movie Saved! any time it’s on. And I saw someone further up in the comments is scooping cottage cheese up with Doritos which is genius, but I cannot have Doritos in my house because I’ll just eat the whole bag in one go, so I use pretzels instead.

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  378. Double spacing after periods 100%. I like Nickelback, too. Outside of that, I don’t know. I’ve never really thought about how popular my interests are outside of myself. I like cliched romance novels just as much as I like books that are a bit more thought-provoking, but I think that a lot of you also like them too. I like the Star Wars prequels, not as much the original trilogy, but I like them fine. I like the new ones too, despite some issues there too. IDK, but keep liking what you like!

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  379. Crossroads (1986 film), Country-Fried Steak with mashed potatoes and gravy (but it has to be done just right, very few restaurants get it right), Bama Apple Butter, I don’t normally watch reality shows, but I may have been the only viewer of a reality show based on Gilligan’s Island (those poor contestants!)

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  380. Cottage cheese and Clamato juice. Perhaps this is something that was only ever made in my father’s family. It’s like a cheese
    Gazpacho.

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  381. A slice of bologna between 2 slices of white bread. Then add potato chips. Delicious. The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making the Team show (and I’m an uber feminist). Jewelry from CVS.
    Wearing off-white hose.

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  382. You have to put two spaces after a period. It just looks wrong if you don’t. I also love dreary rainy weather when I’m cozy and in for the night. The smell of burning leaves. And Dirty Dancing, the movie. I miss Patrick Swayze!

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  383. Peanut butter and maple syrup on pancakes. Seriously, you should try it.

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  384. Bologna salad.

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  385. I love the Bachelor shows. And I love my dog’s breath too!

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  386. dipping my french fries in tartar sauce, mayo is OK too. Dipping them in a Wendy’s Frostee is the best. I also like pickled ring bologna, my husband thinks I am bonkers LOL

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  387. The smell of cigars

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  388. Peanut butter and jelly with pickles inside. Sleeping fully dressed (just hop out of bed and you’re ready to go!) The TV series Northern Exposure. Talking to trees. And I’m 62 years old but still get a thrill out of being able to drink directly out of the carton and no one can say squat about it.

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  389. I love Teaching middle schoolers, with all their weirdness, daily personality changes, emotions, attitude, and smelliness).
    I also love being busy. I love having enough stress to keep me going (but not so much that it becomes burdensome). I love raisin cookies and white chocolate and processed foods.

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  390. OMG! Syrup on eggs! Yess!!

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  391. Drinking buttermilk

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  392. Do you all “double space after period haters” know that if (on phone or iPad) you hit space twice at the end of a sentence, it gives you a period and capitalizes the next word?!? Go ahead and try it! You’ll be a believer soon. Go ahead. Try it! You’re welcome. 🤪

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  393. Steely Dan, peanut butter and bacon sandwiches (and mixing PB with syrup, then spreading on pancakes is awesome), grits, Southern Comfort, hot tea, paperback books (and their smell), ham and cream cheese pinwheels, and snow.

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  394. Smell of sawdust (makes me think of my Dad). Notting Hill (the movie). Disco music. Pineapple sandwiches (sliced canned pineapple, Duke’s mayo, on white bread).

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  395. Smell is gasoline, skunks, cigarettes. Dressing on white bread with mayo after Thanksgiving. Burnt popcorn. Left over spaghetti fried in butter, Yoo-hoo. Club soda, fennel tea, liver wurst. Old books, dreary rainy days, the smell of the ground after it rains. Smell of coppertone. I have a bottle of me mother’s old perfume so I can remember how she smelled when I was little – I love the fuck out that perfume. I miss my mom so much. Every now and then I can smell it and I get hint of her, so bittersweet. I love that.

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  396. Things I love that others don’t (but you’ve given me hope that I’m not alone!): ALWAYS double space after a period. Proper grammar and punctuation (eschewed here, but I’m learning to be flexible). Hot weather (I live in Dallas and used to live in Phoenix for 8 years). Kale (yes, raw In a salad or puréed in a smoothie). Cilantro.

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  397. I totally agree with some of yours “Double spacing after periods. Pineapple on pizza. Syrup on eggs.” I will add: Grease 2. Mayo with my fries. Teaching teens comprehensive sex ed. Wearing a robe and slippers even in the summer. Near the water, but not in it. Tequila straight (no salt, lime, nor chaser). The Amazing Race (have only missed 4 live episodes since it premiered).

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  398. Road kill (“how’s the head!!!” that’s the part I want), ear cleaning YouTube videos, Dr. Pimplepopper

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    Kelly Wiltsey

    Has anyone said peanut butter and banana sandwiches yet? Because I love them (not fried, Elvis!). Sometimes I put jam on them too.

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  400. Cheez Whiz and jam sandwiches. Apple pie with a slice of sharp cheddar. Pickled ginger.

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  401. Veggie straws dipped in applesauce, tostitos (the little round white ones) dipped in strawberry yogurt, ripple chips topped with berry jello…oh, and maple syrup on cottage cheese.

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  402. Trying to peel the dead skin from a sunburn off in as big of a continuous piece as possible

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  403. Some things that I like that others probably don’t: The Twilight novels, fanfiction, and movies, Marvel (Winter Soldier/Black Widow) fanfiction, Star Wars (Rey/Kylo) fanfiction, Monty Python anything, black licorice, eating leaves of lettuce by themselves, eating any kind of onion, pickled beets, picled carrots, pickle juice, burnt baked goods, cold vegetarian pizza (without pineapple), peeling off sunburned skin, the feeling of an airplane taking off, walking alone in the woods, snakes and lizards.

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  404. Midsomer Murders (British show), flat Pepsi, the smell of my pug’s head (it smells like grape Kool-Aid), crawling into cold sheets, fries dipped in mayo, watching my favorite movie or reading my favorite book over and over.

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  405. Snowstorms, green olives, pineapple sausage pizza, tattoos, listening to the radio

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  406. My day has been made, pineapple on pizza for the win!!! (And, I love double spaces!)

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  407. I always feel like the only person who likes pineapple on pizza, but I’m so excited to see it on here multiple times. The song “Life in a Northern Town.” The alcoholic beverage Woodchuck. Old John Wayne movies.

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  408. A humongous thunderstorm, my cat kneading my head when I’m wakeful during the night, songbirds, modern Christian music, also I have a personal snack no one understands – cracker sandwich consisting of different layers of pb, catsup & cottage cheese

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  409. peanut butter-pineapple-egg omlette-cashew pizza; cooked spinach with vinegar; Kinky Friedman

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  410. YES to French fries in milkshakes! I get so many looks of “WTF?!” from friends when I dip my fries into my shake.

    I absolutely love scrapple, but so do a ton of people in the Philly area. But outsiders often seem to not like it at all (although I doubt they’ve all tried it).

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  411. Honey on my French fries

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  412. salt, poured into my hand and eaten plain (yeah the doctors tested me for everything they could think of – i’m just weird).
    how my dog smells (when i’m having anxiety and hug her and bury my face in her fur)
    picking scabs or nail polish or skin after a sunburn
    the smokey smell of your clothes the day after an evening of bonfire
    untangling yarn or fishing line or whatnot
    mindless busy work like filing or shelving books or sorting. i really like sorting.

    and now i’m going to have to try syrup on my eggs and jam on eggs.

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  413. I love….
    The MOVIE “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Heart’s Club Band”
    The Beverly Hillbillies
    Cool Whip on white bread sammiches
    Shirley Temple movies

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  414. OMG, the taste of baby aspirin. (I should have said that before, but I hit “post” before I finished…..)

    I like pineapple on pizza, too. It’s ham I don’t like.

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  415. Yes on the graveyard picnics which my hubs likes to arrange for me..! The smell of telephone poles, old paperback books, and fresh asphalt. Toast with tahini and onions, curry powder in ketchup, bantam chicken eggs. Watching road work crews at work. Rewatching the same tv shows over and over in rotation…

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  416. Tang! I just can’t say no to that bright orange, sweet tangy stuff. Especially love drinking it hot when I have a cold.

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  417. Tartar sauce on french fries

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  418. HOLY SH*T, Ladies! and here I found that last list most peculiar.

    *for the dainty amongst us

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  419. 421
    Crazy rock lady

    Rocks. Every single one I pick up fascinates me. I love cutting them with my rock saw. Every place I visit I care more about the rocks than anything else. My house and garden are filled with fossils, quartz crystals, petrified wood, thunder eggs, geodes, agates, jasper, and maybe even a couple of loose stones from some Mayan ruins.

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  420. Dolls, Shirley Temple movies, Little House on the Praire the TV show, doing my taxes, pineapple on pizza, salami with strawberry jam on sandwiches

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  421. Gas Station Nachos with lots of jalapeños…..and canned asparagus with microwave popcorn sprinkled with parmigiana cheese….I’m a nut 🙂

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  422. 424
    Laura from California

    Peanut butter sandwiches with Rolos candies in them. The band Asia (I am a child of the 80s). Oxford commas. Ghost Adventures TV show. TMZ. Reading my horoscope. Excel spreadsheets. Untangling jewelry.

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  423. The smell of bleach and hair dye. Dipping my Wendy’s nuggets in the chocolate frosty.

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  424. thank you for ‘double spacing after periods’!! me too!!
    onion rings dipped in yellow mustard
    ice cream served with hot tea

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  425. 427
    AJ-the short one

    The smell of a fresh box of crayons. Halvah (the marble kind). Everyone says it’s like a mouth full of sand, but I love the crumbly goodness. Gefilte fish with a bit of horseradish. Brussel sprouts. Using the flea comb on my pup and getting fleas off him. I noticed how many of you hating sweaters, but I love this time of year because I can wear big cozy sweaters. Reading real books-hardcover, old, with crispy pages, and the library smell. 💕

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  426. 428
    Staci Avison

    Salty black licorice, chili and eggs (scrambled together), peanut butter on onion bagels, peanut butter and banana sandwiches (toasted, of course), lima beans and Easy Cheese (the Kraft cheese in a can with a spray tip) on Ritz Crackers.

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  427. 429
    lorlax@yahoo.com

    Pizza pineapples, pepto bismol and Pokemon Go…if you need another trainer friend my code is 856968674828.

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  428. 430
    Elizabeth B.

    I like pineapple on pizza (only with Canadian bacon), Abba, some Taylor Swift songs, stupid sitcoms, all the new Star Wars movies, and very old sci-fi books nobody has ever heard of. I like working at night and sleeping during the day but that’s frowned upon for some reason. I also absolutely love to sort and organize things.

    Oh and ONE space after periods, which seems to be less popular among people who aren’t editors or graphic designers. 😉

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  429. Tuna fish with yellow mustard instead of mayo, which I despise.

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  430. Sand between my toes. Seawater on skin – I don’t rush to rinse it off. The smell of geothermal mud or any geysery thing – yeah, sulphur. Ketchup on eggs. Unsalted butter. Carob.

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  431. 433
    Kelly C Hill

    I also like double spacing after periods and the taste of baby aspirin. Since Thanksgiving is approaching, my non-negotiable dish that my sister refers to as “snot beans” is the original green bean casserole made with canned beans and cream of mushroom soup. Bring it on!!!

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  432. As a graphic designer and typographer, I feel it needs to be said for all those that love to double space after periods: The digital font takes care of that little bit of extra space for you, it adds it in automatically. And yes I am old enough to know that it is a holdover from the typewriter (and yes the manual, not electric). And while the digital double space is not necessary, it is fine that you all enjoy it—I’m just trying to educate, not hate. I’m a teacher. It’s what I do. Way to love stuff that others do not!

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  433. Pineapple on pizza is not weird! It is a staple here.

    Mustard on Mac & Cheese. Doilies (especially making them). My daughter is mad for olives, they go on everything (black or green, she doesn’t care). One of my sons loves dipping carrots – in whipped cream, chocolate sauce, fruit sauce… It’s hard to think of what’s weird, when you surround yourself with weirdos ❤

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  434. Untangling cords, the smell of fresh asphalt, guacamole, musicals, chicken gizzards, alka seltzer, jazz, counted cross stitch,…

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  435. Butter

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  436. Peanut butter and pickle sandwiches. Opera. Q-tipped cleaned ears—a major no no! But I can’t help myself! It’s a strange satisfaction.

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  437. Work

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  438. Fruit cake, brussel sprouts, fried cabbage.

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  439. The smell of refineries (think chemical, gas) makes me incredibly nostalgic as I grew up around that industry. It now makes me conflicted!

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  440. Yes to the double spacing. Can we also agree that not using the Oxford comma is barbaric?
    I love pineapple on pizza, too. The whole family only started being happy with one pizza when I started ordering Hawaiian.
    Also…
    Kids Bop, sometimes more than the original artist
    Burnt cheese
    Actually, I also like meat well done, practically burnt, but started ordering medium because I got tired of being looked at like some kind of low class bum
    Fog
    Dad jokes

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  441. 443
    Randi Michele Ridnour

    Spinach, cooked or raw. Reading. Watching Live PD. Evidently, I also like double space after a period.

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  442. Avocados. Star Wars. Tom Hanks. Anything – music, movies, books – that are tearjerkers. What’s the point of that?

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  443. Skulls. Of all kinds. The more decorative the better. And not just the trendy sugar skulls. Live the ornately carved ones especially!

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  444. Old western movies… not even the famous ones with John Wayne

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  445. I love really bad movies, especially horror. I’d prefer them Rifftraxed, but straight up is also good. I just watched all the Jason/Friday the 13th and Halloween films. And in case that’s not enough for you, I also have a crush on Brad Dourif (mostly from the ’90s). That ought to hold ya.

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  446. Bees on asters in September; salt and vinegar chips in a tunafish sandwich on white toast; grape soda with pizza; Trader Joe’s little beef tacos with sweet relish; sweet relish on a big hamburger with cheddar cheese and a half a roasted red pepper, Moxie, the smell of crayola crayons, aspens in the Rockies, teacups with songbirds on them, crystallized ginger dipped in really good dark chocolate, the library and assembled possessions of someone with a really good mind, lumberyards, print shops, artists studios, air shows, fireworks, horse sweat on leather, Oxford commas, proper grammar, poison trivia, gypsy vanner horses, cinnabar red, dark red Oriental carpets, old wooden floors, handpainted leather clogs, thunderstorms, Victorian houses that smell like old spices, original Old Spice, the clang of a halyard on a mast or a flagpole, daisies in a pasture, sunshine through river water, the inside of an old typewriter, miniature teddy bears, old photos of people with their dogs.

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  447. ha – i forgot the main thing i love that most people hate: rain

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  448. Charts. Charts and spreadsheets. And lists. Especially with bullet points or checkboxes or checkboxes that act like bullet points. And, Taylor Swift. And, the smell of my dog’s head.

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  449. I love peeling sunburned skin, the taste of carrots and Fritos together, and the sense of trees after all their leaves have dropped as if they worked so hard to grow green and now they get to rest for a season. I also like hiding in fog.

    These love and hate lists are poetry, aren’t they? I would love to see them printed like poetry, with pictures.

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  450. Sappy Doris Day movies. Circus peanuts, dippy popcorn in my wine.

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  451. Sappy Doris Day movies. Circus peanuts, dippIng popcorn in my wine

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  452. Anchovies. The movie “The Jerk.” Mystery Science Theater 3000. The smell of VapoRub. Snakes! Spiders! Jellyfish! Ants and bugs. Folding clothes. Winter — the colder and darker the days, the better. Thunder and lightning, lots of lightning. Being totally alone for at least several days, if not longer. Being awake in the middle of the night. Autopsy shows. Jazz. Gregorian chants. Camembert cheese.

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  453. 455
    Jess Rickards

    The Twilight books. Gas station hot dogs. Nonstop rainy/overcast weather. Ketchup on mashed potatoes. I’m sure there are more, but I may have to make multiple posts because I’m drawing a blank.

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  454. Toast burnt almost to charcoal.

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  455. Yes, double spacing after a period is essential! I have no idea how people can type and NOT do it!

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  456. 458
    Jess Rickards

    Graham crackers dunked in water. Circus Peanuts. Necco Wafers. Bologna sandwiches. Vienna Sausages. Hamburger Helper. Cephalopods.

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  457. Cheez Whiz.

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    Teresa Metts

    Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings…fantasy books that can take me away. Fried spam, staying home a LOT, the smell of new dolls, that plasticy, vinyly smell. Ice in my wtaer in the winter too….and eggnog with fresh ground nutmeg!

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  459. Yes! The taste of envelopes and stamps! Country music (I’m English). Black pudding (I’m southern English). Pineapple on pizza (my 11yo and I keep trying to think of foodstuffs which aren’t improved by adding “with pineapple”; so far we’ve come up with coffee, but that’s debatable). Lego Tower. Romance novels.

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  460. I am pretty sure more people love these but heck, I need some positivity in my life and what better way to do it then to share some of my favorite things:

    -Scuba diving, and especially the looking up and seeing the sun somewhere high above the surface while being calm underwater
    -The winter, the snow, the cold, the rain. There’s not many things that make me happier than sitting inside with a cup of coffee/tea/hot coco and reading a book while it is abcolutely horrific weather outside. But also walking in the snow is one of my very favorite things to do
    -Swimming, surfing, basically everything to do with water
    -Cleaning the aquarium
    -Hugging my dog, who absolutely loves me but is also a chihuahua and has her own will 😛
    -The first cup of coffee after doing something difficult
    -The act of studying, going to sit somewhere, having all my pens and papers sprawled across the table, a cup of coffee or tea in front of me and just the pure focus I have sometimes, and the learning of new things.
    -People being awesome, seeing people be confident, learning things from people, and growing as a person, seeing others grow, my friends being there for me and realizing I have friends now. Friends that are here for me no matter what, that I can laugh with and cry with and that will still be there however stupid I am sometimes .
    -Listening to music, especially when walking outside in a bad mood, or when in the bus somewhere, or in the car alone because then I can scream along to all my favorite songs
    -Good books (Looking at you here, writers) and good quotes that help me understand my life better and explain my life to others.
    -Being a researcher, being a student, and someday owning a house and simply the fact that I feel like I have a future now. The Great Perhaps.
    -Proving all the mtherfckers wrong that told me to jump in front of a train because it would be better for the world. Growing as a person, and finally becoming who I was all along, but hid because of the world telling me to not be that way. It;s frigging hard, but I am learning and I am so happy to sometimes see the person I long to be creeping up on me and being me and ARGH I AM NOT CRYING RIGHT NOW YOU ARE CRYING.

    These are a few of my favorite things (yes there are more, yes I am crazy, yes I am a nerd, yes I am growing and yes even if you don’t see any positive things now, I’ve been there and am the living proof that things can get better. That hope is a thing that is there for a reason, that we can all learn to live with our fears/depression/anxiety and that living is always the better option. Even if it doesn’t feel like it right now).

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  461. YES to pimento cheese! Nobody wants to go hiking or go to craft shows. I continue to get shit about the fact that I love my cats. Apparently loving and owning dogs is totally ok and adorable, but not beautiful cuddly cats. I also like taxidermy and weird grandma-like tchotchkes. https://possumscatsthingsgnawingatme.wordpress.com/2019/11/20/wed-like-to-speak-to-a-manager/

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  462. Turkey bacon, Flintstone vitamins, Pokémon cards, licorice, beetles, mini Lego figures, the smell of hay and walks in the snow.

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  463. Putting things, anything, in alphabetical order!

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  464. The version of Van Halen with Sammy Hagar. He just seems like way more chill fun than David Lee Roth and I liked the music better anyway.

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  465. Making forms for mundane tasks, the Movie “Joe Vs. the Volcano,” anything Star Wars, the smell of fresh asphalt and tar, pineapple, olive and mushroom pizza with ranch and barbeque sauces, peanut butter, bacon, and banana sandwiches, and waking up REALLY early on vacation days.

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  466. Brussel sprouts, bacon drenched in maple syrup, fries dipped in milkshakes,cheezits with raisins, cream cheese and jelly sandwiches, Pepto Bismol, skulls, and the smell of gasoline.

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  467. I’m a huge fan of the Garfunkel and Oates TV show. Many people love their music, but almost no one seems to adore the TV version the way I do.

    And in a combination of love and hate, I can’t stand Fred Armisen or <Portlandia,/i> but I really enjoy hearing him do regional accents. He was on Conan last night and ran through most of the continental U.S. It was hilarious.

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  468. The sound of frogs and crickets. The small of hardware, lumber and car parts stores (I’m an oldish lady). Riding a bike. Getting up at 3:30 am for a long walk in the dark. Digging holes, cutting grass, racking leaves. Watching animals play. Finding weird bits of rusted metal and wire and broken glass. Finding weird opening lines in the newspaper. My favorite is, “His name was Rudolph and his owner thinks he was probably stolen by whoever left the monkey tied up in the kitchen.”

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  469. The smell of salt marshes and swamps.

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  470. And I feel compelled to apologize for the italics fail in comment 469. No matter how many times I proofread, a mistake always creeps in.

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  471. Things I love that most people seem to dislike: The smell of fresh dirt, the smell of skunk spray on the highway, making forms (fixing existing or totally new), drinking warm or hot water, butter on saltines, giving my frustration with people a government approved make-over but in a manner where they understand their own stupidity.

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  472. Beets

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  473. Pimple popping videos. Terminator Genisys.
    Wesley Crusher. The final season of Lost.

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  474. Beets, the smell of a new plastic shower curtain.

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  475. I love filling out forms.

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  476. (Either I live in the same town as commenter 22
    or my favorite bagel place is a chain restaurant
    and I never knew. I like the 605 personally.
    With pizza sauce.)

    I like short rows of words. All the toys.
    I like going to bed at 8pm. “Burnt” pizza.
    Miso soup for breakfast.
    Eating kheer with naan.
    Bad selfies. Bad advertising.
    Outdated maps. The child’s pose in yoga.
    Using emojis every sentence. Flip phones.
    Corded phones. Plastic kid’s wallets.
    Bad taxidermy. Incomplete sentences… but only…
    Short poems (but not especially haikus).
    Ellipses… I freaking love ellipses. Autocorrect.

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  477. The Alien franchise (I own copies of all of them), and the smell of methyl methacrylate…that’s bone cement…I’m an OR nurse.

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  478. The smell of skunk from a distance (especially on a rainy day, which we have plenty of here in western PA), filling out paperwork, Val Kilmer

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  479. Two spaces after a period (unless i’m texting).
    Starting every email with the person I am writing to, like a traditional letter.
    Tracking every U.S. County I have visited.
    Using a trackball (as opposed to a mouse or touchpad)

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    Susanna Martinez

    The few half-popped kernels of popcorn at the bottom of the bowl. They’re so crunchy it rattles your skull a bit when you bite down. I picked this up from my father, who died many years ago, but it always brings fond memories of him. Crunch. Sigh…

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  481. Xanadu (movie), peanut butter & pickle sandwiches, tofu, kale, and washing dishes by hand

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  482. McDonald’s for breakfast lunch & dinner! Fries dipped in milkshakes!

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  483. Black licorice, sunflower seeds on pizza, collecting wasp nests, winter

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  484. Diesel fumes, especially when mixed with the smell of cow manure.
    Busy work.
    Going to bed early.
    Diner coffee.
    Making lists.
    Brussels sprouts.

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  485. Liverwurst. Spam. Hot Dogs. Yay especially for Hot Dogs.

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    Susanna Martinez

    Reading through others comments reminded me of a few more:
    Smuckers natural peanut butter sandwiched between two Chips Ahoy cookies.
    My dad liked peanut butter and Miracle Whip sandwiched with Ritz crackers.
    The smell of tomato plants, as someone else mentioned, because it reminds me of my grandfather’s AMAZING garden. Same grandfather liked warm leftover apple pie and cheddar cheese for breakfast. I mentioned this one day to my five year old, and he suddenly looked very shocked and asked, sadly, “Is that how he died?” Heh heh

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  487. i love collecting miniature things. they’re just so tiny!! i’ve found a brand of toy makers that i love that make animal families and houses for them to live in, businesses for them to run, cars to drive, etc and i have started collecting them. they started in 80’s japan and have since started production in america (under a changed name for more appeal to children.) there are few casual adult collectors like myself, but there are some that collect anything they can get their hands on, including vintage original versions of the first families/buildings, etc. an vintage out-of-production business can go for over $400 on ebay! i don’t play dolls with them or anything, they’re just for display, though i keep them out of sight in the bedroom so they’re not seen by guests (i’m not delusional enough to think that i wouldn’t get judgement for it and i prefer to spare my husband any possible embarrassment. he doesn’t share this hobby and is friends/drinking buddies with most of his coworkers, as we’re all pretty young) at the very most i rearrange the furniture and the doll’s positions once or twice a week when my husband’s at work. i just enjoy being able to look at all the miniature things, as i’ve loved collecting miniature things since i was a young child. my ring dish on my bedside table has been replaced by a miniature handcrafted dining room table that my husband gifted me, with the dining chairs and all!!

    i enjoy other things like stuffed animals, cartoon shows/movies, stickers (my house is covered with them), and i like to take every opportunity to customize things when i need something new, so i have a big collection of things that are unexpectedly specific to my or my husband’s interests (ex. dinosaur salt and pepper shakers, big darth vader wax warmers, house slippers that have swans wearing crowns, a chess set modeled after the terra-cotta warriors in china, a kitchen timer shaped like a teddy bear, looseleaf tea steepers that are shaped like umbrellas, a fake plant whose vase is a very small teapot, etc.) our belongings and furniture are a big mix-match of items with no rhyme or reason, and i love it. i understand the appeal of a central theme/color scheme, but every time i open a “better homes and gardens”-esque magazine, all i can think is that i would hate to live in those houses. they look very pretty, but impersonal. my husband couldn’t care less about the style of the house, and he doesn’t mind the fact that i enjoy the cuter things in life.

    i’ve spent too much of my life being too embarrassed to enjoy what i am truly interested in or find joy in because i was afraid of judgement. i’m completely professional, and nobody would ever guess that my house and hobbies look like they were curated by a 10 year old, i never act like a child or anything. i just enjoy things that are considered out of my age range. i don’t mention it to many people aside from family and close friends, and i’m well aware of judgements that can come from enjoying these things, but i’ve stopped being ashamed of my interests. i figure if i “act their age” and am unhappy because i feel like i can no longer do what i enjoy, then it’s more or less a form of self-sabotage. it’s not hurting anybody, it’s my money, so why do i feel like society should dictate my interests??

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  488. Algebra

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  489. The movies Xanadu, The Towering Inferno, and Night of the Comet. The taste of baby aspirin. Brussels Sprouts. Burnt anything. Antique photos of dead people.

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  490. K-pop and K-dramas. Popping pimples and blackheads.

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  491. Things I love that others seem to hate:

    Grape flavored cough syrup
    Winter
    Cross stitch (crafts in general)
    Organizing things – especially colorful things

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  492. Dude, Where’s My Car?, candy corn, cutting the lawn, marshmallow peeps, really hot and humid days, the smell of fresh paint, and organizing anything

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  493. Banana and mayo sandwiches, grits, black-eyed peas (the bean), the aroma of fresh tar/ asphalt, the smell of boxwood shrubs

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  494. Salad with tuna and french dressing, it’s the only time I’ll eat french dressing. Cheesy action/adventure movies. Dry ramen noodles. The smell of kerosene. Filling out forms at work (but not at the dr office…those irritate the hell out of me).

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  495. Pineapple on pizza and Pokemon Go! Yessssss.
    Also Jesus.
    And a good long run in the cold.
    Hot sauce on everything (even pineapple pizza).
    Raw mushrooms (but not cooked ones).
    Popcorn for dinner.
    That little beep when I successfully swipe my ID card the first time.

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  496. Star Wars …it’s pretty mainstream now but when I was a 7 yo girl 40 years ago it was not! Also, hot tamales in popcorn

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  497. Blue cheese. And I totally agree about the baby aspirin!

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  498. 500
    vainandbossy

    Rainy days. Canned peas. Cleaning closets.

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  499. For sure Taylor Swift. Also minor back pain (I’ve always enjoyed a twinge), the metallic tang of bad quality chocolate, the smell of my dog when she hasn’t bathed in weeks and gets all musty, horror movies and haunted houses, flat pillows, bad storms, well done steak with ketchup (I hate that I share this with the Cheeto but it is what it is), Kid Rock, cheesy young adult and urban fantasy books

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  500. The Partridge Family (I still have the albums I bought when it originally aired…yeah, I’m old).
    Kimchi and all other Korean side dishes
    Losing myself while wandering around in a non-linear RPG video game.

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  501. Goat cheese is probably the thing that draws the biggest reaction.

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  502. Picking ingrown hairs. My dogs feet in my face in the middle of the night. Being alone, especially in silence or quiet. I prefer quiet and my husband is the loudest person alive. Dipping grilled cheese in ketchup. Just ketchup in general- I could eat it with a spoon. Pineapple on pizza! The smell of jet fuel. Grocery shopping.

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  503. 505
    Maranda Daniels

    80’s Metal aka “Hair Bands”
    Black licorice (NOT Twizzlers)
    Those peanut butter taffy candies in black and orange wrappers you get around Halloween. I couldn’t find any this year and I was so disappointed!
    People who don’t back into diagonal parking spaces
    Mustard on TaterTots
    Homemade split pea soup
    Horror movies
    Horror stories
    “Real” books, not e-books. I want to be able to smell and feel the paper and hear the pages turn, and use my gazillion bookmarks
    Collecting bookmarks

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  504. Circus Peanuts, Candy Corn, Tombstone Pepperoni Pizza (cannot tell you why), Mushrooms, Goat Cheese, Horror Comics (but hate horror movies), old movies (The Thin Man is my favorite movie ever & I looooove William Powell & Myrna Loy)

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  505. Dogs, every single one of them out there! But especially my 4. My tiny brain damaged Oliver Twist that twirls in circles, little Mavis that’s scared of anything new in her world all people other than me, Gozer that was super hard to train until I learned his language and now he is super cute when trying new things and Sadie who the shelter separated from her pack because she was a bully and didn’t want to adopt out due to her mouthiness and temperament is my helper dog, you should see her in action (she is super smart and was just bored).
    If I could afford more I would take in all the ones left at the shelters that no one wants. I love the odd ones, the ones that have “problems” or stand out in ways that people don’t like. I guess I feel like I relate to them in a way due to my mental and physical health. They just a bit a more understanding, time, patience and love.

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    Maranda Daniels

    I thought of one more: Old dictionaries. I have a small collection, maybe 15 or so, of dictionaries ranging from around 1925 to 1990. I love to see how language has changed over the years.

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  507. Typing. Just typing. I wish there were still steno pools. I would so love that job. Just typing all day long. So, so , so, so soothing.

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  508. The smell of skunk. Grits. (Ok, if you’re from the south, that one probably isn’t strange, but I’m from the north where most people are all eww, grits!)

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  509. Christina Aguilera (2000) and Jessica Simpson (2004) Christmas albums.

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  510. Peanut butter and pickle (dill, of course) sandwiches!! I’ve eaten these since I was a kid and they’re awesome! My kids look at me like I have 3 heads when I try to get them to try a bite… 🙂

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  511. Hallmark Movies. (And the Hallmark movie knockoffs…) They can be sweet and they can be terrible, but no matter what they’re heartwarming and fun!

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  512. ABBA, well made horror movies (no blood and gore), bleu cheese on a burger, Cream of Wheat.

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  513. Syrup on bacon. Dill pickle potato chips. Disgusting cat breath.

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  514. Marmite and peanut together off a spoon

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  515. 517
    Kimberly Fortier

    Everything 90 day fiancé,not pronouncing the t in often.

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  516. The smell of old books, badly acted disaster movies

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  517. Tuna and relish sandwiches.

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    AmanitaEater

    Walking alone in a forest at night. Spiders. Gently petting bumble bees butts (try it, most are very sweet about it). The smell of bleach.

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  519. I love vegetarian sausage with peanut butter on it, dipped in ketchup. Sooo yummy!

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  520. I love horror movies… and reptiles….

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  521. We have the perfect cemetery for picnics in Atlanta — also music festivals, fun run, and several other events. https://oaklandcemetery.com/

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    Shaun Medows

    Mustard on pretzels, taking standardized tests, also I second peanut butter and pickle sandwiches.

    If anyone else has a thing for cicada exoskeletons, follow my Instagram, #cicadaoftheweek

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  523. I also love the taste of envelopes, syrup on eggs, bacon, potatoes…. basically everything on my plate (except sometimes the pancake/waffle/whatever), Brussels sprouts, anime and manga, new age music, diet soda because it doesn’t make my teeth feel weird,hallmark movies, split pea soup….

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  524. Kpop and Kdramas.

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  525. Double spacing after periods! ME TOOOOOO!

    Mayo on hot dogs, ramen… the kind I used to survive on in college, grocery store sushi, eating most foods cold.

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  526. Double spacing!!!! Yes! The smell of gasoline and paint! Cozy mysteries, unsalted peanuts 🥜, the smell of chlorine, fries in McDonald’s strawberry shakes, pickle and cheese sandwiches!

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  527. Kizzy @#5 – others share your appreciation for the depiction of PTSD in Iron Man 3.

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  528. So many things, that make my friends and family all look at me like I’ve gained two heads. True crime documentaries, even fictionalized ones are great! Crown Royal, ice cold, neat, sipped not just taken a shot. Mushrooms, raw, by them selves, just wash and rinse and eat. The sound of the wind howling. Every book by Stephen King (that ones not quite as weird). The smell of citronella, horse poop and paper (of any kind, paper in books, or stacks or scrapbooking paper, even copy paper).

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    Karen in Michigan

    Liver and onions.
    Classic metal music.
    Nancy Drew books.
    F. Scott Fitzgerald

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  530. I’m so glad this is anonymous, because this is my absolute most secret secret embarrassing secret: I read Barbara Cartland romances (and I’d like to make a distinction here, because I also read regular romances and I don’t apologize for that and anyone who can’t see the value of that genre needs to consider how sexist and ignorant their ingrained prejudices are and can just step off). This is different – these are Barbara Cartland romances. They are terribly written. They are silly and retro and a feminist nightmare and have a repellent colonial viewpoint and often the couple has only met and had a conversation a total of 2-3 times before declaring they are in LOVE FOREVER. I have an advanced degree in English Lit from a prestigious and snotty university, where I also work. It’s just humiliating.

    But they are like candy – you know it’s bad but you keep snacking away. Because there are SO many of them and they are all crazy sauce and take only an hour to read and there is always a happy ending. My life is enormously stressful (so tempting to try to justify myself here further with how my life is stressful, but – deep breath – I won’t) and it is a non-harmful way to turn off a racing brain. And so I hide them in my house as deeply as I can and read about 1 a day. And when I need a real rush, I search through eBay for one or five I haven’t read yet and order more.

    Whew. That was cathartic!

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  531. I agree about double spacing after a period. Also after a colon or semicolon. The Oxford comma, Robert Downey Jr., Wensleydale cheese, lumpy mashed potatoes, a fried egg on a salad.

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  532. really smelly cheese, old Dean Martin recordings, going to bed really early

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  533. Let’s see…
    Peanut butter and cream cheese sandwiches. Hot chocolate at any time of the year. Prunes. Brussels sprouts. Fruitcake, as long as my mom makes it. (Can’t stand the store-bought crap.) Strawberry Nesquik syrup in soda water. The song “What Is Love” by Haddaway. Korean dramas. Buying stationery. Watching The Nightmare Before Christmas at Halloween (even though it’s technically a Christmas movie). Watching any Marvel movie if it’s on TV, even if we own the DVD. Watching Gilmore Girls reruns when I’m home alone. Reading adorable manga. And possibly my weirdest pastime… drumroll please…
    Reading one-star reviews of popular books on Goodreads.
    (That’s all I can think of. You’re welcome.)

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  534. 536
    Heather Young

    Left over Kraft mac n cheese mixed with bbq sauce, not driving/owning a car, mindless busy work, and Spice World the Soice Girls movie.

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    heidi m davis

    Putting together IKEA furniture, black jelly beans, snakes

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  536. While everyone else is looking for ways to prolong their lives, I love that I’m inching ever closer to my own death (I’m in my fifties). My hubbie would love to live 100 but totally gets me on this one. I wouldn’t dare tell anyone else, but who knows, maybe this is more common than I think? Anyway, it’s a source of joy and relief that I don’t have to feel this way forever, and it helps me enjoy life a little more.

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  537. Syrup on eggs and hashbrowns, true crime anything, cheesy horror movies, the smell of a pipe (reminds me of my grandpa) dipping toast in milk, turnovers in a bowl of milk, sauerkraut, nestle chocolate powder mixed in vanilla ice cream, butter and peanut butter sandwiches.

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  538. Drinking lemonade with brownies or chocolate chip cookies.

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  539. Drinking lemonade with brownies or chocolate chip cookies.

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  540. Peanut butter or salt on apples. While I don’t actually know if this is hated or not, my best friend despises it and so when we lived together I had to wait until she went to work to eat this combination. Well. I didn’t have to. But it was the polite thing to do. Plus she would glare otherwise. A lot. Like intense.

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    Jennifer Nennifer

    Double spacing after a period is CORRECT!!!! This whole single space movement is a plot by … some unknown person with no sense of perspective. I also like spiders, which is classified as weird by my coworkers.

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    Micah Steele

    I like following Instagram coroner pages and crime scene clean up pages. My husband thinks im a bit wacky for watching youtube videos of pressure washing and rug cleaning to calm down. I too love pineapple pizza. I like to eat the skin off of a rotisserie chicken. If that could be every meal for the rest of my life i would die happy.

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  543. Wow, I seriously hate all the things you mentioned except for pimento cheese and Taylor Swift!

    Possibly terrible things I love: gas station honey buns, rainy days, movies about contagions and 700-page novels.

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  544. sauerkraut, folding laundry, picking off the peeling skin after a sunburn

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    LyndavWoerner

    Liverwurst and cheddar sandwiches. Peanut butter and cheddar sandwiches. Pineapple on pizza. Toddlers and Tiaras. Grape jelly omelettes. Vegetables straight from the can. Goat cheese. Blue cheese. Syrup on bacon/sausage. Aspirin, not the baby kind (it’s supposed taste good – it’s for kids), but regular aspirin. Touchpad for a mouse. Hello Kitty. Tattoos. Twilight Sparkle. My Neighbor Totoro (nobody with a heart can dislike Totoro, but it’s not “age appropriate”). Purple hair.

    I missed the things I hate post – I hate Fight Club and Thomas Kincaide paintings.

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  546. Music theory. I also love the taste of stamps and envelopes. Sorting socks. Washing windows. Cheetos and dill pickles in my peanut butter and strawberry jelly sandwich. Drinking milk after eating cranberry sauce.

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  547. The smell of gunpowder and gasoline (not together, and no I’m not a pyro). Baked beans on toast. Luke warm coffee. Lima beans. Really cheesy 1970s pop songs, especially one hit wonders. Any form of german cooking that involves red cabbage. Godzilla films and German expressionist horror films

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  548. 550
    Heather Feather

    Pickled herring. sardines in oil. liver in any form. fat from beef, pork, lamb, chicken or turkey. The smell of asphalt or dirt after it rains. Really windy and rainy stormy days. Ice storms as long as nobody is outside driving in it. Black licorice. Onion and garlic breath. Skunk smell. Pineapple with ham and bacon on pizza. Dog breath. Stinky cheese. Role playing game people and comic book collecting people, but not video game playing people, (even though I do none of that myself.) The smell of attics and basements. Heights, even though they’re scary. Sharks, even though they’re scary too. Curmudgeons. Cranky old people. A good cry. Kardashians without makeup. Cleaning up after Christmas and taking down the tree (it’s so relaxing and I smile thinking of the happy day we had.) Goodbyes when you know you’ll see people again.

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  549. Ketchup on scrambled eggs!! GET IN MA BELLY!!!!

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  550. Driving long distances with no distractions, no radio, no kids, no sounds. green olive with pimento and thanksgiving stuffing.

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  551. 553
    Robyn Volker

    There’s a common thread here for pineapple on pizza and brussels sprouts which are so YES. I like liver and oysters and meatballs with jam. I secretly watch all shows about polygamy and the Duggars and 90 Day Fiance. Onion dip sandwiches on rye bread (my Nan used to make them for us after parties.) The way my dog smells, the way his feet smell, the way his poop smells. Staying in the city on a holiday weekend.

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  552. 554
    Heather Feather

    Ooh, I just had an idea! You could do a traveling exhibit of posts from your blog. It could be posts of all the things you’ve posted and the replies we’ve posted with illustrations/photos from artists that represent the posts next to them on the wall. And then a comment book for visitors to write in. That way people from wherever the exhibit is currently being shown can participate and add to it. People all over can see that they’re not alone in being weird, depressed, anxious, struggling. We can claim a corner of this universe where we are celebrated in a tangible form, not just online. You could sell merchandise in a gift shop kiosk in the exhibit. Maybe a percentage of the profits could go to mental health and suicide prevention organizations?

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  553. Creating/Editing forms. That whole doublespace thing. Scary bunnies. DnD (or D&D if you’re old school like me). True Crime podcasts (especially those with comic twists, such as My Favorite Murder and Small Town Murder).

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  554. I see your double spacing after periods and raise you an Oxford comma. Iced coffee year round. Box mac & cheese with ketchup mixed in when I add the milk/butter. Wendy’s fries in a Frosty. I adore pimento cheese as well. Thunderstorms. A lived-in home. Paperwork and data entry. Spreadsheets.

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  555. Skunk smell; small, enclosed spaces; viral grammar screw-ups (“very unique “ anyone?); saying O instead of zero; the ocean instead of the Gulf; and winter, the crummier the better. Yes, two spaces after a period. Also, mammatrek rocks. This is so much fun!

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  556. sugar cookies dunked in red wine, twilight books AND movies, graveyards, swords, that cheese in a spray can (even tho I hate cheese) bedazzled skullz, the purge movies and show, roseries even tho I am wiccan, horror flamingos in party hats, jar jar binks.

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  557. cinnamon. like, i can gnaw on a cinnamon stick and be perfectly happy. the smell of pipe tobacco, and the sulfur after a match has been extinguished. popping pimples.

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  558. Yup. I’m I with you on double spacing after periods, pineapple on pizza, syrup on eggs, pimento cheese, & the taste of baby aspirin. I will add the Oxford comma, black licorice, aquavit, & cilantro.

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  559. Pulling sock slugs from between my toes after a long day. Heaven.

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    Smothermother

    brussel sprouts, YA fiction (like LOVE it), Love Actually, Last Christmas (the song), Grey’s Anatomy, America’s Next Top Model, camping

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  561. Throwing empty shampoo bottles into the recycling. Organising my sanitary towels into ‘days’

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  562. I like taking plain vanilla ice cream and squirting chocolate syrup in it. Then I swirl it around and around with a spoon until it looks like chocolate ice cream. People ask me why I don’t just buy chocolate ice cream? It’s just not the same.

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  563. David Lynch’s movie “Dune” based on the book by Frank Herbert. Yes, that’s the one with Sting wearing a leather Speedo

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  564. fruitcake, salted black licorice, snowstorms, maraschino cherries, bagpipes

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  565. Untangling knots. Black licorice. Bluegrass music. Cheap scotch.

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  566. The movie Sgt. Bilki with Steve Martin got bad reviews and is 31% on Rotten Tomatoes. It makes me howl and I’ve seen it probably 30 times. It’s my secret delight.

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  567. All things serial killer (not fiction, the nonfiction real stuff), Do They Know it’s Christmas? (I have to hear it every year!),

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  568. Things I love. The smell of cigarette smoke and freshly laid tar, Dried chile mangos, Star Wars & Star Trek, reese’s pieces in my popcorn, sun sets

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  569. Dipping bacon in a chocolate fountain

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  570. Gizzards, chicken livers & onions – oh my!
    Cream cheese & lox on a bagel with STRAWBERRY JAM – that’s right m’am:)
    Happy (the song by Pharrell) – seems to be a major irritant to most
    Disco Music
    any and every story about freaks of nature = i simply adore! gimme a toad with 2 heads or a man with a 100lb goiter..i gotta see it! LOBSTER HANDS – get out of my WAY!
    Barbra Streisand movies – can’t ever not watch if it’s on (Yentl is supposed to be forbidden to watch but thems that don’t know – can’t say no:)
    That’s the short list folks – XOXOXOXOXStacy

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    BrownidSusan

    Tuna fish with only a lot of hard boiled eggs and miracle whip on a bagel. Baby aspirin. The original chalky kaopectate flavor, before they made it vanilla. The smell of WD-40.

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  572. I also love 2 spaces after a period! Lima beans, Real Housewives franchise, Facebook, politics!

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  573. The smell of Playdoh. Could smell it for hours. Air Drying after a hot bubble bath (with the door shut); the taste of NyQuil or cough syrups. The feel of wet dogs and warm towels.

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    Karen in Michigan

    And camping! I forgot camping.

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  575. The aroma of a virgin magazine when I open it. Not the perfume cards, the magazine.

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  576. Jesus… it’s his followers that can be broken, not him. Forrest Gump. I have to watch it every few months. Gilligan’s Island…I grew up watching it every day after school. Though I don’t get to watch it often now. Little House on the prairie. Horses, and their smell is absolute perfume to me and makes me happy. Southern white corn bread with no sugar in it with raw onion and butter. Leaving fall leaves on the ground. First snow storm. Bagpipe music. I’m the only one in my family with actual albums of it and went and saw Blackwatch in concert.

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  577. The taste of regular aspirin, fried chicken gizzards, the smell of plastic tablecloths, lima beans, black licorice, peanut butter, mayo, and lettuce sandwiches, folding clothes, really bad tv ads, awkward people, and math.

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  578. 580
    Pellington21

    Peas, pumpkin spice, Twilight books, slightly burned popcorn, eating bean with bacon soup straight out of the can, pineapple on pizza, pate and liverwurst, Top Ramen, bleu cheese, Oxford comma (but NO DOUBLE SPACING), most Keanu movies even when he’s terrible, almost all versions of Robin Hood TV shows and movies, Diet Gingerale, Uggs, ABBA, 80 degree weather, sarsaparilla, cilantro, the video You Need to Calm Down, Love Actually, Black Dagger Brotherhood books, Kristen Ashley’s raunchy Honey series (yet I won’t read 50 Shades, so apparently I only like my torture between dudes), long hair on guys, sharp cheddar and mustard sandwiches…oh, there’s so much more….

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  579. watching pimple popping videos on youtube!

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  580. Fuggler dolls, horror movies, pimple popping, pumpkin spice, burnt popcorn, and gloomy weather.

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  581. Things I love that most others hate…
    beetles, the smell of gasoline (not huffing, just the normal gassing up my Jeep), sugar stirred into cottage cheese, Somalian refugees (hated where I live–not everywhere), maraschino cherries & their juice in milk, animal bones, the smell of my grandparents & mom (all passed), unbearable heat of summer, the squeak of fresh snow under my boots when it’s at least -20°, raking leaves, my eldest son who’s atypical & very abrasive, my middle son’s accordion playing, my youngest son’s unending narrative/exposition of historical facts & shit so random I wonder if he time travels, & the smell of my husband’s semen (I just hope nobody else likes his semen cuz that’d be awkward).

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  582. I love semicolons. And spiders. Also, discussing STDs. I’m a health educator and I’m really good at identifying STDs from pictures people send me, and explaining them to people. It’s like a puzzle only I can solve. It’s my superpower.

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  583. Most of my loves are discontinued: The arch deluxe with bacon, the original Sprite Remix tropical, the show “Black Box” that came on abc, watching surgeries, and the list goes on.

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  584. OMG, I thought I was the only one who knew about syrup on eggs! I also love ketchup on dill pickles. Also okra, Brussel sprouts, boiled cabbage, the smell of horse manure (not COW, only horse), squirrels, the smell of bleach, the sounds of trains, writing long essays, getting knitted by cats. And cleaning the bathroom (so rewarding!)

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  585. The movie Warriors; auto correct fails; that squeezy easy cheese in a can; Grape Nuts in a cup to swig a mouthful and crunch, crunch, crunch; cow poop cuz I can actually smell it; organizing and/or purging things; giving inanimate things a personality and talking to them (and answering in their voice [had a great conversation with my car this morning]); containers and boxes; sending and receiving snail mail; smiling at people; the heat of living in Southern Arizona; working puzzles; doing algebra (which is just a different kind of puzzle).

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  586. So many things that I get sideways glances at: VERY bad movies, I mean 3 headed shark or piraha-gator verses roboshark, I still like the taste of baby aspirin and candy corn is the BEST especially if combines with roasted salted peanuts, tastes just like a peanut roll! The weirdest is probably bread with butter and honey dipped in milk. My Dad did it and I copied and it;’s the BEST, but dipping anything is good too!

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  587. The movie Drop Dead Fred. And …Fried liver w/ketchup. Liverwurst sandwiches with mustard. A big pile of either sauteed cremini or white button mushrooms served as a vegetable. Scorched potatoes-when they boil dry and then scorch! Burned cheese. Sliced raw fruit instead of jelly on a peanutbutter sandwich (apples, bananas, pears, peaches, kiwi, apricot, strawberries, grapes, blackberries, blueberries-almost anything except watermelon, which is too drippy) Dill pickle sandwiches with mayo. Hot sauce on: eggs, tuna salad, every bean dish, almost every chicken dish. And it can’t be Tabasco-needs to be Crystal, Ashanti, Cholula, Texas Pete, or Frank’s.

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    Rando Calrizian

    Walking uphill. Mmmm…
    Assembling furniture and other monotonous tasks. Breaking down boxes for recycling.
    The Books (the band. Weird AF but they make perfect sense to me).
    Ketchup on grilled cheese sandwiches. CORN DOGS. Questionable fast food breakfast sausage. Frozen tater tots (not cooked). Grilled sharp cheddar and dark chocolate on sourdough. Bloody Mary’s with ALL the pickled veggies.
    Spiders.

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  589. The smell of dead leaves, Felicity, candy from those 25 cent handful machines despite the germ factor, grape soda floats, fried egg sandwiches with mustard cut in four pieces, and stretchy mom jeans.

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  590. 1960s Cliff Richard films, cheese and beetroot omelette (yum!), cute soft toys, Georgette Heyer books (amazingly funny, well written and sompletely historically accurate but often dismissed as ‘just romance’)

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  591. Pride and Prejudice movie with Keira Knightley and Matthew Macfadyen, not Colin Firth. Split pea soup, beets, oatmeal, liverwurst. Boy bands.

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    Alena Wagner

    Brittany Spears, Taylor Swift, cold spaghettios, dog kisses, Denver Broncos, British Food!!

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  593. overcast days, the smell of a box of band aids, hair metal/glam bands, ironing

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  594. Survivor (except last week), hot dogs, Barry Manilow, Judge Judy, Dr Phil (I know, I’m embarrassed for me too.) Yacht rock. And of course two spaces after a period.

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  595. vanilla ice cream and onion rings. Same order, separate containers, please, and don’t make me wait for either. There is only one waitress in the world who understands what ‘at the same time” means.
    sleeping on top of the bedclothes without getting undressed. really.

    Couch sleeping. I wake up crumpled and stiff, but rested.

    sleeping under too many blankets. It’s very soothing. My husband likes that too, thank goodness.

    Fog. Bliizzards if I don’t have to go out in them.

    Peanut butter and banana sandwiches

    liver and scrambled eggs.

    fried egg (but dont break the yolk) and bacon sandwiches…

    liverwurst sandwiches with sharp cheese. Oh damn, now I’m hungry

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  596. I love old cemeteries and like to find a grave that interests me for one reason or another. I’ll do some research to find who this was, what was his/her life and death like. The next time I go I’ll take some flowers and reflect on what that person went through in a life journey. I want to remember and acknowledge someone who mattered.

    PS – Lisa, your comment touched my heart. Bless you and take care. You matter!

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  597. peanut butter and banana sandwiches
    sleeping on a couch all night.
    sleeping under too many blankets.
    fog
    blizzards
    the smell of sheets being ironed
    cut grass
    onion rings and vanilla ice cream (separate dishes, same order)
    liverwurst sandwiches
    liver and scrambled eggs
    wood smoke
    pipe smoke
    train whistles in the distance

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  598. I also love pineapple on pizza (with Canadian bacon, of course) and Pokemon Go. I’m going to add the smell of sheep to the list as one that I like but pretty much no one else does.

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  599. Open faced peanut butter and dill pickle sandwich, the smell of Xeroform and Hibiclens (separate, not together), the smell of old bookstores, Paul McCartney and Wings, bats, black cats, the movie White Christmas.

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    Amanda Zsuzsics

    Can I be your pokemon go friend?

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  601. The smell of farms/horse shit. Anyone who’s very inappropriate. Very cold weather/snow. Nickelback. Dirty nasty old school rap music. The Kardashians. Cemeteries. Birds. Leggings. Loud wind chimes. Democrats. Anyone who doesn’t want Trump to vanish. Watching hurricanes, if my home is still standing and I’m alive.

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  602. Hawaiian pizza – cold. Miracle whip. Fruitcake. Mincemeat pies. Ketchup and cheese sandwiches. 50s-60s music. The Jaws movie series. Black licorice. Rumballs.

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  603. Eek the cat. Genius early 90s Fox cartoon (for adults). Catch phrase “it never hurts to help”…Yes .Eek, yes it does! Denver Broncos, ha ha, even though they suck this year. Purple cows. The drink not an actual cow. The taste of Camel cigarettes and beer on my husband when we’d kiss. He quit 23 years ago (cigarettes), I’ll never tell him I miss that. But I do.

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  604. Ghostbusters 2, paint, warm road tar, a pinch of salt in my coffee, the Ramones, the smell of a cat who’s been outside in really cold weather for at least 20 minutes

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  605. bologna, peanut butter, and miracle whip sandwiches (must be crunchy peanut butter)

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    Amanda Bonde

    Crocheted clothing

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  607. Sweetened condensed milk, fruitcake, My Mom’s Having a Baby (after school special from the late 70’s or early 80’s), the smell of newborn poop, candy corn, vacuuming, snow storms, word searches, coconut anything but especially the Brach’s pink/brown/white layer candy

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  608. liverwurst, some shots (medical), cleaning (alone), small earthquakes

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  609. I love creepy Clowns, the feeling of melted candle wax on my fingertips, the Mighty boosh tv show (it’s british), eating raw potatoes with salt, cheddar cheese and onion sandwiches, standing out in lightening storms (I moved to the west coast and I miss them so much), soft band aids – only a certain type will do, chicken hearts and mashed potatoes with skins left ON, the sound of a wooden match lighting, watching terrible porn like it’s a regular comedy – think hairy spider lady with eight boobs, body painted people acting like Pokémon, or an orgy where everyone is wearing a pterodactyl costume. The latest one I watched had a fifteen minute bdsm orgy featuring Hitler. Hilarious.

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  610. Brussels sprouts, Zuma, pineapple on pizza, pimento anything, handwork.

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  611. A piece of wheat bread fried in butter and salted, the smell of chlorine, maraschino cherry juice, storms

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  612. Pre-Matrix/pre-John Wick Keanu Reeves [seriously, everyone sneered and mocked him for being a bad actor before those uberpopular roles and I was always defending him, pointing out how awesome he was in Much Ado About Nothing], for that matter — the 1993 movie Much Ado About Nothing, Super Mario Bros, The Fifth Element, Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2, Dude Where’s My Car, BioDome, the Star Wars prequels, Caillou and other TV shows for toddlers/preschoolers [they’re so freaking cute I can’t stand it], Rick Astley, Dave Matthews Band, early Nickelback, boy bands, disco music, Brussels sprouts, broccoli, processed cheese, eating Spaghettios out of the can, doing laundry [I’m actually sad that the progression of my disabilities mean I can’t do laundry], correcting spelling/grammar/pronunciation [I love to do it and I love to see/hear other people do it], making lists and spreadsheets, picking skin [pimples, ingrown hairs, peeling skin], how my face feels super hot and is covered in sweat after exercising/exertion, corsets [both wearing them and seeing them being worn], doing monotonous things, putting things together [furniture, toys, machines, etc.], glittery things and finding glitter that has fallen off of glittery things [I don’t understand how Surprise Glitter isn’t as delightful to others as it is to me]

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  613. Dog-earing pages of books to keep my place

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  614. Fruitcake
    Novels/movies/TV shows set in Tudor England
    Green olives and capers on just about anything
    Rainy, dreary weather
    Snowy, cold weather
    Fall and winter days when it’s dark by early evening (like now!)
    Celtic music
    Cold indoor temperatures (my thermostat is never set above 60)
    Saltine crackers covered with A-1 Steak Sauce
    1970’s colors (think avocado green, harvest gold and burnt orange)
    Potty humor
    Coconut anything
    Mushrooms straight out of the can, or raw
    Teen Mom franchise shows (so trashy, I know)
    Black cats
    Dense Fog
    Urban Cowboy movie
    The smell of my cat’s belly (I bury my head there and inhale! So satisfying)

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  615. Octopuses. Black jelly beans.

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  616. What does super sour cherry pie taste like? That sounds awesome.
    Also pickle anything. Pickle popcorn. Pickle favored chips. Fried pickle chips.

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  617. Gilmore girls
    animal crossing- video game, sims4 also…yes I know how old am I 😒
    mayo and turkey sandwiches
    veggies in my top ramen
    pumpkin pie or anything pumpkin really. no one likes pumpkin in my house
    Pineapple on pizza is the best
    Books have To have them
    Humor of all kinds

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    Barbara Unger

    Liver (best eaten with canine friend). Disco (Boogie Oogie Oohie, c’mon),

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  619. Horse poop, because it reminds me of nature and a relaxed ranch life. Candy corn. Licorice. Brandenburg, Germany. Inexpensive beer, everyone’s out here buying craft and I just like plain old uncomplicated beer. Pumpkin spice.

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  620. Everything that is Depeche Mode (probably an unhealthy obsession at this point), Supernatural, chocolate in my coffee and chocolate covered coffee beans, painting while naked, stacks of paperwork, grammar, reading anything that I can get my hands on, adding on names and nicknames for my cat.

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  621. The smell of foam. I get a piece of foam in a package and I just can’t stop smelling it. Not styrofoam, regular squishy foam.

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  622. Pokemon Go ( 4505 5636 3101 ), total Marvel Nerd, comic books, stuffed animals (particularly BaB & fugglers), being open about my Mental Illness, fidget toys, ice breakers mints (it’s a problem), my stuff is Grumpy Bear, crunchy peanut butter and pickle sandwiches on white bread, going to Starbucks for hours, idk what else.

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  623. 625
    Jessica Larsen

    Nickelback. Syrup and peanut butter (together) on pancakes.

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  624. Most definitely Hanson and scrapbooking

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  625. Country music. Slightly singed popcorn. Airports. The smell after candles burn out, and also the smell of gasoline. I agree with you on the stamps, the two spaces, and fries in milkshakes.

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  626. I love day-old hard bread and actually hate it when it’s like super soft.

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  627. I can support nearly everything everyone has listed here, but I will fight you if you put nuts in my chocolate chip cookies! There are appropriate times and places for nuts, but never in chocolate chip cookies!

    Grew up listening to Barry Manilow, so there he is, living in my brain. Yes, The Fifth Element (mulitpass). Dissonant, complex music. Two typed spaces after a sentence. The Oxford comma. Plain-old Hershey chocolate over most “fancy” chocolate. “Hotel California.” Atheism.

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  628. I thot you were SUPPOSED to double space after a period. I love journey, 80’s Christian rock, dipping just about everything in Dion’s ranch, and hiking straight up a mountain and finding a waterfall at the end. Oh and cosmos (the drink, not the universe) The smell of tequila

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  629. Watching the Duggars.

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  630. Liverwurst and bologna, but only Boars Head brand

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  631. Double-spacing after a period. The Oxford comma. Raw potatoes. Smell of those giant markers in a metal casing back in 70’s and 80’s. Also the ditto machine back then. Lawrence Welk. Polar Vortex weather. And most of all…..I LOVE WHEN THE DALLAS COWBOYS LOSE!²

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  632. salted licorice

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  633. 635
    Kristen Keegan

    Tang. Jack Daniels with cranberry juice. Peeling sunburnt skin. Candy corn

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  634. Black licorice. Peanut butter and pickle sandwiches. Ketchup on my eggs. The smell of skunk (just lightly not super strong).

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  635. I was nodding along with everything on your list and then we came to Pimento Cheese. That was something I was never Texan enough for~

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  636. This list of odd things that I love keeps growing: Tootsie pops, dried cranberries in everything, indented paragraphs that include both double-spacing after periods and the Oxford comma, black jellybeans, rain and gloomy weather, planning my clothing months in advance (one of the many marvelous uses of spreadsheets), pleated pants, driving at night, variety packs (tea, those little cereal boxes, socks, etc.), harpsichord music, Taylor Swift, Eve 6, Jackson Browne, my twin bed, figure skating, geometry, removing stitches to get them right (in sewing, not medical treatment), pineapple and black olives on pizza, wearing pantyhose, traveling alone, “Farscape”, the “Mission Impossible” movies, artificial sweetener, Clive Owen, Jasper Fforde, Lindsey Davis, bull’s eye candy (caramel with cream in the middle, from Maryland), gummy raspberries with the tiny hard balls on the outside, bagels without cream cheese, rescuing spiders, doing laundry, driving long distances, and “The Lord of the Rings” books and movies.

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  637. Cottage cheese topped with smashed Doritos. Truly a delicious wholesome breakfast.

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  638. 640
    One of many Canadian weirdos

    Thank you to early commenter who reminded me of the smell of fresh copies from the ditto or Gestetner machine.

    I also share others’ delight in these:

    pineapple on pizza
    maple syrup and ketchup on eggs
    ketchup on Kraft Dinner and on grilled cheese. I once had a grilled cheese stuffed with mac ‘n’ cheese at a restaurant, which I slathered in ketchup = heaven!
    10 years worth of Jersey Shore (and JS Family Vacation)
    any TV involving Gordon Ramsey swearing at people

    and…for spring and autumn weather…

    socks in sandals!!!! 🙂 🙂 🙂

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  639. 641
    Rachelle A Zazzu

    The smell of a freshly opened can of tennis balls

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  640. The dark, as in not much or any light. I love the dark. Yellow street lights (I think they are called sodium vapor lights) I also like black licorice, the real stuff. I love quiet. Boiled vegetables, Yumm! Doing laundry is soothing and rewarding. Driving the speed limit (THAT one is sooo unpopular). Moving furniture. Packing. Getting up before dawn for whatever. Going to bed early. Funny STUPID movies. Wearing the same shoes for years. Bran muffins. Dinner food for breakfast. Sleeping on the floor. Windows open at night. Snakes.

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  641. drinking cold coffee only, surprising people by wearing plastic tiny doll hands with super-long sleeves, conjoined twins of any species, grilled “cheddar cheese peanut butter” sandwiches, huffing the cats (they smell so good!), knitwatching tv to relax, knowing random obscure facts that people think I’m making up, collecting bones, feathers, bodies and parts, reorganizing my yarn in my quest to find the perfect storage system

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  642. Spam. My family thinks it’s disgusting but I love to slice it super thin and cook till crunchy. I’ll eat it straight up or on some toast with provolone and mayo.

    Grape Tylenol is delicious.

    Tang. We have it at my work for snack sometimes and I lose my mind!!

    Pizza with mushroom, onion and pineapple and oil in place of marinara.

    The Worst Witch movie with Tim Curry (this is a judgement free zone).

    The smell of gasoline and when someone welds. It is my dads smell and is a warm memory.

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  643. Oh avacados, avacados, avacados. Smoked oysters. Elvis Presley (see how bad it can get?) Rhinestone earrings. Boxes and boxes of rhinestones to play with. Coughs relieved with cough medicine. The way I feel after being sick for a while and starting recovery. Spam and rice and eggs and mayonaise. My ex husband got me started on it and I’m too pc to buy it but fried spam was heaven. Dolls of any style. Cornmeal mush. That white stuff as a hot breakfast cereal with brown sugar, hot milk or cream, and butter. Gloomy weather with sparkling white lights. The smell of my ferret. Chocolate almonds, milk not dark.

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  644. 646
    Sarah Miller

    Typically movies that everyone thinks are horrible.

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  645. the color olive green, the smell of wood smoke, temperamental cats

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  646. Pimento cheese–yes! Olive and cream cheese sandwiches; peanut butter and ketchup; ugly furniture.

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  647. Battlestar Galactica, Steely Dan, liverwurst, the smell of patchouli,Brussels sprouts, the smell of a tool shop

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  648. Also fruitcake, old black and white horror movies, black licorice

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  649. The Young and the Restless

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  650. Mormon missionaries. They’re just so earnest and trying so hard.

    Also: individually-wrapped processed cheese slices, spider webs, No. 2 pencils, cheap sunglasses, cauliflower pizza, getting lost, and when someone tells me what dream they had last night.

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  651. Mormon missionaries. They’re just so earnest and trying so hard to do a little good in the world.

    Also: individually-wrapped processed cheese slices, spider webs, no. 2 pencils, and when someone tells me about the dream they had last night.

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  652. Excel spreadsheets, filling out forms, cold weather, electronic dance music, fog, the smell of clove cigarettes, cemeteries, snakes

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  653. The smell of the woods in the fall, the smell of burning leaves, the taste of watermelon jelly ranchers, the taste of baby aspirin, the way my boys pick on me in an attempt to show me they love me.I love the smell of babies, I love baby smiles….I like this idea. I just might have to do a blog post about this as well. I hope you don’t mind. 🙂

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  654. Watching blackhead popping videos relaxes me more than anything.

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  655. 657
    Karen Reeves

    I love all things star trek. Well, not so much the Captain Kirk ones, but Picard, Janeway, and Sisco. There are so many life lessons to be learned here. I too like the double-space after the period, but now our technology just adds a period when you double-space. I just proved myself wrong, but have you caught on to all the space references? I like books, like to read or listen to them, like to write and really love to edit!

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  656. Eating random crap from the freezer without heating it up, dry cereal, pimple popping videos, wearing men’s deodorant (I’m a woman).

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  657. 659
    Patricia Laden

    I’d have to say French fries and milk shakes ( chocolate)

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  658. 660
    Ocularnervosa

    Skulls, all kinds. There is just something about a skull.

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  659. I love mayonnaise on my baked beans. Anyone who is not in my immediate family thinks it’s disgusting, my husband included. I also love the fact that lemon flavored candy tastes like what lemon Pledge smells like. It’s totally a thing.

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  660. My dog, Finch. He’s hyper-active and a terrible nuisance to visitors (he thinks anyone who comes here is his play-date). But I love him!!

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  661. Listening to Salvation Army bands
    Pickled okra
    Smell of horse manure
    Smell of cat feet
    Doing laundry
    Tart fruit

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  662. The smell of pigs. Candy corn and circus peanuts (the unloved orphans of the candy world), liver sausage (the stuff my grandma made), the colors purple and orange together.

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  663. Silly or punny jokes, fast food (every once in a while), grilled cheese sandwiches made with processed cheese, mindless busywork (sometimes), grocery shopping and Christmas shopping (this isn’t terrible per say, but I know it can be very stressful).

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  664. Winter, shoveling snow, rainy days, bananas with mayonnaise, prunes, and yes, double spacing after periods. It’s just the RIGHT way to do it, damn it!

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  665. Alphabetizing and filing and data entry. Triscuits and sharp cheddar easy cheese. The taste of kaopectate. Black jujubes. Only the black ones. Pink, white and black brachs jelly beans mixed together. Lik-m-aid. Cold food (I PREFER cold pizza. specifically, with bbq sauce, pepperoni and pineapple). Cold Filet Mignon. Beets. The smell of hospitals. Peanut butter on ice cream. Difficult toddlers. FM Radio. Repetitive tasks.

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  666. Golden Era detective mysteries, Luciano Pavarotti, marzipan, cartoons.

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  667. Turkey gizzards & liver & heart & neck…the stuff from that little bag inside the packaged bird. Chopped chicken liver. Blue cheese. Driving in cities. Going to countries where I don’t speak the language. 1970s station wagons. Pickles AND maple syrup with a Monte Cristo sandwic. Being up before dawn (admittedly this is best when I’m not up to go to work, and when accompanied by an afternoon nap). Washing window’s and hanging laundry on a line.

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  668. Deep fried brussel sprouts; black liquorice all sorts; cold leftover stuffing after Thanksgiving and Christmas; taking down the decorations after Christmas and getting the house back to ‘normal.’ Everyone else I know is excited about putting the decorations up, I get excited to pack them up and put them away. And double-spaces after periods.

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  669. Jesus, carrot cake, and winter.

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  670. Black Licorice

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  671. Baby Shark and Frozen

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  672. The smell of skunks, ketchup on white rice or macaroni and cheese, sneezing, super hot weather, sitting in the middle seat on an airplane (if I’m traveling with other people that I want to talk to).

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  673. Toast dipped in over easy eggs, Christmas music before Halloween all through December (and nothing else), peeling labels off beer bottles

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  674. Working in the garden until I’m sweaty and tired and covered in dirt and then taking a long, hot shower. Cross-stitching. Getting to put any kind of sticker on something. Getting glue on myhands on purpose so I can peel it off.

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  675. i have been a pescatarian for about 12 years now – and the only thing I truly miss from when I ate meat…. is liverwurst. Spread on saltines.

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  676. Double spacing after the end of a sentence: THANK YOU, YES! What happened, did hitting the space bar twice just get too hard for everyone else?

    And so many other grammarian things about which no one else seems to care (see what I just did there, hmmm?). I also love making fun of overly rigid grammar rules, as in when Winston Churchill said, “that is the kind of English up with which I will not put.”

    I love old-fashioned phrases. “Going to hell in a hand-basket.” (What’s a hand-basket? Why would you go to hell, or anywhere, in one?) “You can lead a whore to culture but you can’t make her think.” (First explain the “horse to water” phrase, then who Dorothy Parker was, then…give up. Save my energy for double-spacing after a sentence.)

    Being called “Mrs.” or “Ms.” [Last name] when I meet someone, not instantly being called by my first name, or worse, being called by a nickname that I hate, not even my actual first name. Especially when people introduce their children to me.

    Sending and receiving handwritten thank-you notes.

    Yikes, what a curmudgeon I am! Oh who cares, I like me.

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  677. Ketchup on scrambled eggs. The color beige. The movie Grease 2.

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  678. The smell of a car mechanic’s shop. My dad was a mechanic when I was little, so that smell reminds me of him.

    Disney musicals, even after they’ve been played so often that most adults are pulling their hair out when they hear the songs.

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  679. I share some of yours… Zima – they mistakenly marketed it as a beer substitute for when beer drinkers don’t want beer. Pro tip, Zima – THEY ALWAYS WANT BEER. It was perfect for me because I don’t like beer. Bring back Zima! I also like the taste of baby aspirin. A couple of things that I definitely get side-eye about are my love for double spacing after periods (so much easier to read) and the Oxford comma. I’ll die on the OC hill, people. I also like watching The Weather Channel, enjoy disco music, and like the taste of Juicy Fruit gum with chocolate milk (though I don’t really indulge that anymore),

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  680. Totally with the disco music comment. As I have said, it’s hard to be depressed listening to disco music. That old-timey Christmasy smell of vinyl (I guess that includes shower curtains).The song MacArthur Park sung by Richard Harris or Donna Summer. Wiener and Cheez Whiz pizza.

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  681. 683
    Michelle Lewis

    Grindy RPG computer games — like Skyrim and Monster Hunter World.

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  682. Braunschweiger sandwiches. Pineapple ham pizza. The Beatles.The smell of creosote bushes after it rains. Cream of rice cereal. Miracle whip on saltines.Birkenstocks with socks.

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  683. Circus peanuts, peeling the skin when someone has been sunburned, the smell of fresh asphalt, sword fighting with wrapping paper tubes, Boots & CATS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nni0rTLg5B8

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  684. David Bowie as Jareth in the movie “Labyrinth” (my first crush — it’s lasted 30 years)
    Q from “Star Trek: The Next Generation”
    The movie “Drop Dead Fred”
    The song “Xanadu” by Olivia Newton John
    The song “Calling Occupants of Interplanetary Craft” by the Carpenters
    Barry Manilow
    Dr. Robotnik’s Mean Bean Machine on Sega Genesis
    The Black Dagger Brotherhood series
    Swearing like an old-timey prospector (“Dagnabit!” “Jiminy Christmas!”), but in a completely non-ironic way
    Rainy days make me so much happier than sunny ones, and thunderstorms are even better
    Beets
    Macaroni and cheese mixed with tuna and green peas
    Ketchup on scrambled eggs
    Mayonnaise on cheeseburgers
    And yes … pineapple on pizza.

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  685. I too love pimento cheese, pineapple on pizza and syrup on eggs (Actually, syrup on all my breakfast food). However, I dip my pancakes or waffle in syrup vs covering it because I don’t like soggy food. Corn in my mashed potatoes.

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  686. I love The Twilight Sage books (more than the movies), the Harry Potter series (both print and audiobook). I loved The Night Circus audiobook and The Goldfinch audiobook. I love The Hunger Games audiobooks and print. All things Coffee. Teddy bears. I love gravy on my mashed potatoes instead of corn (I feel like corn is the norm these days). I LOVE mac n cheese with peas and tuna!! So excited to see that above in comment 686! I like to dip my crisp bacon into runny egg yolks. I love the smell of a mechanic shop – that oil, grease, gas, sweat smell with a tinge of tobacco and peppermint. Purple tootsie roll suckers. Pineapple lifesavers. I love pineapple lifesavers so much my husband bought me an entire pound of just that flavor!! Fog. LONG naps, like 2-4 hours long.

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  687. Snow, I love snow… sadly I live in GA.

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  688. Fruitcake, black licorice, all things coffee, researching things, organizing things, all of the seasons, sleeping with a stuffed animal even though I’m an entire adult with my own children.

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  689. For me, I LOVE a really bad, low-budget horror film. The worse the acting and special effects, the more I like it.

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  690. The smell of low tide!

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  691. potato chips with ketchup is my all time favorite comfort food. Fried pickles with mustard. Danny Kaye movies, Naps, how I love naps. Sometimes I get so excited that I get to take a nap, that I can’t fall asleep.

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  692. Peanut butter and pickle sandwiches.

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  693. Stale popcorn! It’s better than fresh.

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  694. I love to chew up a saltine, spit it out onto another saltine and then eat (fully) that saltine.
    shrugs

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  695. Mcdonalds fries with Chocolate sundae

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  696. The Jerk (movie), black coffee, smoking cigarettes, high school and college football, non-indulgent parents, audiobooks, Supertramp, and living in Kansas.

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  697. Cheese that was burned to a crisp, pulling the plastic protective film off new products (finding that stuff is like my Christmas), untying knots, putting together IKEA furniture, I also deeply inhale my clean kitchen rags. I love that smell of bleach in them.

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  698. when I was a kid, I used to love traffic jams. Now I love opening a new box of Lego and separating all the pieces by color and size before I put them together.

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  699. Speaking as somebody with a vision problem, double-spaces after a period are the bomb. They help a ton in letting me parse the word flows.

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  700. Velveeta and Taylor Swift.

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  701. A great book, margaritas, the smell of lemons, old Johnny Carson replays, soft gingerbread(with lemon sauce), finding the last parking space, playing 500 bid with people who just want to drink, play cards and have a good time and KARMA other people deserved!

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  702. Taylor Swift for sure. Having a long-ish commute. Mushrooms. Banana Laffy Taffy. Instagram feeds of people who basically only post about their kids or their pets. Talking about poop.

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  703. Heinz 57 sauce on Waffle House hash browns.

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  704. egg salad. gas station cappuccino from a machine. shoes without socks. public transit, even buses.

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  705. Black licorice, cheap nacho cheese, heavy thunderstorms

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  706. Taylor Swift! Also John Mayer. Apparently people don’t like him anymore, so that’s fun. Pokemon Go. Candy corn. Tootsie Rolls. Taco Bell.

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  707. Things I love that everyone else hates: Rain. Thunderstorms. Dark, dreary weather (good thing I live in the PNW). My dog’s musk (an aromatic blend of Fritos corn chips and dirty socks). Digging toe jam out from under my toenails. Popping pimples. Sharing the size and shape of my poops. Black licorice. Tuna casserole. Pineapple on pizza. Brussel sprouts. Steely Dan. And puns.
    Things I hate that everyone else loves: Double spacing after periods. The Oxford comma. Ellipses. Reality TV. Shopping. Fast food. Starbucks. Mayo. Miracle Whip. Vinegars. Pickles. Kimchi. Kombucha.

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  708. All the cruciferous vegetables. Except kale. (Broccoli, cabbage, brussels sprouts, collards, turnips and turnip greens, kohlrabi, rutabaga, etc..) I also love spinach, and mustard greens, and beet greens. I love almost every vegetable I’ve ever tried. EXCEPT KALE AND OKRA.

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  709. I love the smell of horses and puppies. I love the smell of diesel fuel, reminds me of my dad. And old fashioned perms.
    I mostly love people but still avoid them. I love Dr. Marsh from Mayo Clinic. I love my little house, maps and old WW2 pictures. Mostly of planes. I love that I decided to buy a ticket to Cabo where I’ll stay with friends in a camper, right by the ocean. Today I’m even okay with myself. Wonder how long it will last?

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  710. Bacon on lots of stuff, Tolkien, pie crust ( with or without fillin), black coffee, dark chocolate, tutus, costumes even when it’s not Halloween,cooking

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  711. Eggnog! I love it. Foie gras. Rhubarb.

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  712. Sardines. Lots and lots of sardines.

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  713. Putting all the turkey giblets into the stuffing, which also includes both cornbread and breadcrumbs. White bread slathered with butter, covered GENEROUSLY with sugar and liberally sprinkled with cinnamon, then broiled until the sugar becomes hard candy (needs constant attention to prevent catching fire). Also, sour cherry pie is nature’s most perfect food.

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  714. […] been thinking about this ever since I read the terrible things we love from The Bloggess. Our weirdness makes us who we are, not how far we can walk. Or […]

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  715. I also love double spacing after periods! And rolling coins!

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  716. SNOW!!

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  717. Digging large holes, molasses on buckwheat pancakes, handling live mealworms, picking my nose, the smell of naphtalene.

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  718. Candy corn. Eating frozen foods while they’re still frozen. Moby Dick. Poetry. “Cheesy teen novels.” Sharks. White Chocolate. Brussel Sprouts. Watching cartoons as an adult. My Chemical Romance.

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  719. Limp Bizkit. Fred Durst… mmmm…. Oh man…

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  720. Things I love that some people hate:
    1. The smell of gasoline
    2. Haggis (ate it every single day I was in Scotland!)
    3. Double spaces after periods. Old school or die!
    4. Sneezing big
    5. Snakes
    6. The smell of a hot motorcycle engine
    7. The smell of gun cleaning solution and oil (reminds me of my dad)
    8. Brussels sprouts cooked the way my husband does it (hated them my whole life until I met him)
    9. Kimchi (my husband also introduced me to Korean food – LOVE)
    10. Doing housework – one of the few instances of instant gratification left in this world that does not require being put on hold while listening to a bad recording of opera
    11. Bagpipes
    12. Lifting weights
    13. Olives
    14. Women who totally go with their natural aging process (Maggie Smith, Judi Dench, et al.) and find that the world doesn’t screech to a halt because they have wrinkles and grey hair, and the people who count love them just the same.
    15. Listening to BBC’s Shipping Forecast (there’s a 4 hour loop of it on YouTube) as background to my home life.

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  721. Smelling: horses, farm manure smell, stale beer/end of night bar room smell. Eating: potted meat (it grosses me out to say it, yet now and then I eat it!) with miracle whip, stale graham crackers. Music: Nickelback

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  722. Shark movies. Black jellybeans. Musicals. Pickled beets.

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  723. The smell of the top of a cat’s head, salted licorice, the smell of bleach, vacuuming, mincemeat cookies and pie.

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  724. The smell of WD-40, gasoline, and sweaty horses. It’d be an interesting poll, I read that if you like the smell of gasoline, you more than likely like to eat ice cubes! (I do love to crunch ice.)

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  725. I want to upvote Zima and the Oxford comma and also double spacing between periods after a sentence. English major here. No shame.

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  726. Puppy breath. Old books. Libraries after they’ve closed for the night.

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  727. Gerber’s Fruit Dessert, which isn’t made anymore! I became addicted to it as a teenager in the 1960s who babysat two toddler brothers who liked it. When I fed them, they got one spoon, I got one spoon. Then I started buying large bottles of it for myself, after wondering if I could do one spoon for them, two for me, and realized that stealing from baby boys probably wasn’t being my best me. Then I couldn’t find it anymore in the 1990s or 2000s, I don’t even remember, now, but there’s a long list of questionable acts I’d be willing to participate in, for a dozen jars of it.

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  728. Sweaters!

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    Old ladies drinking tea

    The elderly, end of life care and discussing end of life decisions, professional cycling (specifically watching professional cycling – not just the Tour de France), sumo, cloudy/foggy/rainy days, earthworms, other creepy crawlies, getting lost, riding public transit, cleaning the toilet, organizing/sorting, cloth napkins, typewriters, snow throwing/shoveling, waking up early, flea markets before dawn, wearing a hat, getting grey hair, pigeons.

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  730. 732
    Eric Christianson

    I will never, ever stop using two spaces after a period. It is a badge of honor from the days of the typewriter.

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  731. 733
    Catherine Phillips

    APA formatting, Bryan Adams, the smell of fresh cut grass…

    OK – here’s a weird one – taxes – I’m a Canadian living in TX – if you want social benefits like medicare for all, you need to pay for it somehow…

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  732. Funny socks and matching my socks with my clothes.
    Smelling baby’s, also strangers their baby’s. Yes i just asked to smell your baby.. sorry.. I ll run away now.
    Watching a movie and fast forward things like action scenes or persuit scènes.

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    Andrea Nelson

    Peeling sunburnt skin

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  734. Those orange Circus Peanuts. Carrots in peanut butter (better than celery). Oatmeal cookies! WITH raisins! Properly made fruitcake. Walking instead of driving.

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  735. Cutting my fingernails down to nubs, not so much that they bleed, just so I can feel the soft skin that’s been protected by the nail. Flossing. Waiting for the bus. Being caught in a storm of any variety, as long as I’m adequately dressed for it. Feet. I think feet are just beautiful.

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  736. 738
    Rose Prescott

    I love Spam. Fried with eggs and grits. The smell of a summer storm on hot pavement. Barnyards and truck stops. I’ve lived a weird life.

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  737. 739
    Patricia Laden

    I would have to say mine is mc donalds French fries dipped into choc milk shake !! French fries dipped into sour cream I like to take leftover turkey and cranberry sauce and make a sandwich
    I like Bologna sandwich with potato chips.

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