1) Raw tomatoes
2) Country music
4) Tattoos (oh, but your tattoos are cute; it’s all the others I don’t like)
5) Jan Karon novels
7) Other people’s feet
8) Flocked Christmas trees
9) Sleeping with a nightlight
10) Expensive purses
13 thoughts on “You can’t make me like these things”
OK, I have to ask: What is a “flocked Christmas tree”?
I’m with you on tattoos and Jan Karon novels. I don’t see what the excitement was over them when they first came out. Didn’t like them at all. And I just plain don’t like purses period. I don’t think I even own one. I had a wallet stolen back in the 1980s and I’ve never carried more than a wallet that fits in my pocket since. A lesson hard-learned.
I like feet and Jan Karon novels.
We can still be friends though, right?
I’m so with you on 7-8 of those things. I have no idea who Jan Karon is, and I do love Kool-Aid. I’ll also give myself a half-point on tattoos, I like some, but hate others, I have nothing against the particular form of expression, I just shake my head at what *some* people choose to put on their bodies.
I must respectfully disagree with the handbags. I heart handbags. I don’t do “expensive” anything else. Oh, and I have a tatoo as a reminder of my wasted youth. Psyche. I actually got it in my early thirties when I was rebelling like a bad teen against my first marriage.
Flocked Christmas Tree story: we had a flocked tree every year when I was a kid. My mom had lights on white wire (instead of green) and white hooks for the tree, etc. She was all about the flock. One year, unannounced, dad came home with a green tree. Mom was quietly displeased but we kids decorated the tree anyway. Long story short, dad went to the drug store and bought flock-it-yourself-in-a-can and flocked the decorated tree, destroying all of the ornaments.
I’m right there with you on raw tomatoes, tatoos and other people’s feet!
What about jello? It belongs on the list right after kool-aid.
I’m with you from 4 on there. But, I’d probably drink koolaid if I could (diabetic) and I LOVE tomatoes. I live in TX and grew up in a small town. I don’t have a choice on the country music. HA!
Other’s peoples feet….gross!
I have thought we were friends–good friends. And now you have given me cause for pause:
How can you not love Kool-Aid?
Aside from raw tomatoes and an expensive purse ( which I don’t own) I can side in with you on everything else.
May I add a few things to the list?
Blue eyeshadow. Televised golf. Fig Newtons. Political ads. The sound of a bagpipe. Orange scented deodorizers.
I can’t stand kool-aid either, and here I thought I was the only one! Of course raw tomatoes are wonderful (for me) I’ve just gone and written about them at my place!
I’m with you on everything but the tomatoes! I LOVE raw tomatoes, but only the ones I grow in my garden (all others are yucky).
why are purses soooo expensive??? lol i just want what i want without having to spend a fortune….oh, hi there, im joanna, im just passing through, come visit me sometime!!! http://blog-diggidy.blogpsot.com