How long have you missed out.

How long have you missed out.

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PAULJ5555

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3,449 posts

123 months

Tuesday 22nd October
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For 45 years I have never tried a walnut, I have always liked nuts but never liked the look of walnuts and them walnut wip things also put me off for no real reason. Anyway I am now a walnut addict, I eat them everyday as I do actually like the taste and texture.

Why oh why did I leave it 45 years.



What have you missed out on? could be anything really, food, car brand, music, clothes, ect ect.

Roofless Toothless

2,299 posts

79 months

Tuesday 22nd October
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Sex, but in the opposite order to walnuts.

PAULJ5555

Original Poster:

3,449 posts

123 months

Tuesday 22nd October
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Roofless Toothless said:
Sex, but in the opposite order to walnuts.
For 45 years as well?



Roofless Toothless

2,299 posts

79 months

Tuesday 22nd October
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PAULJ5555 said:
Roofless Toothless said:
Sex, but in the opposite order to walnuts.
For 45 years as well?
Feels like it! smile

CopperBolt

105 posts

14 months

Tuesday 22nd October
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Time to venture into the murky world of pickled walnuts then.

flacko

103 posts

2 months

Tuesday 22nd October
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broccoli for 23 years. the stuff is delicious when its cooked properly with some chopped garlic and chilli powder lick


Last Visit

1,049 posts

135 months

Tuesday 22nd October
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Olives.

Always thought they were the work of the devil. Now I love them whether its on a pizza, chopped and diced and thrown into pasta, eaten on their own. It matters not.

irocfan

21,022 posts

137 months

Tuesday 22nd October
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asparagus and (to a far less time-scale) prawns

Pothole

27,661 posts

229 months

Tuesday 22nd October
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Apparently as a child I refused to eat bacon...I'm worried about myself.

Dr Murdoch

2,587 posts

82 months

Tuesday 22nd October
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Fish

Scarred by awful fish cakes at primary school, I refused to eat any fish until I was 35.

Now seafood restaurants are my 1st choice.

The Mad Monk

5,836 posts

64 months

Tuesday 22nd October
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PAULJ5555 said:
For 45 years I have never tried a walnut, I have always liked nuts but never liked the look of walnuts and them walnut wip things also put me off for no real reason. Anyway I am now a walnut addict, I eat them everyday as I do actually like the taste and texture.

Why oh why did I leave it 45 years.
Look. Try not to worry about it.

It's 45 years that you can't get back. It's happened. It's done. It's gone. You must try to move on with your life.

I really do not think that appealing to total strangers on an internet forum is going to be any help. You have to sort this out yourself.

Johnnytheboy

18,716 posts

133 months

Tuesday 22nd October
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I'm yet to own a rear wheel drive car.

EarlOfHazard

2,202 posts

105 months

Tuesday 22nd October
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Last Visit said:
Olives.

Always thought they were the work of the devil. Now I love them whether its on a pizza, chopped and diced and thrown into pasta, eaten on their own. It matters not.

Steamer

11,322 posts

160 months

Tuesday 22nd October
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CopperBolt said:
Time to venture into the murky world of pickled walnuts then.
Now I love Walnuts... but I am very dubious about the pickled version. This is based only on having seen them behind glass and my preconceptions of what they might taste like.

Same with pickled eggs / onions - Love pickled onion Monster munch & enjoy a Scotch egg.. but never tried a pickled egg.

The Mad Monk

5,836 posts

64 months

Tuesday 22nd October
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EarlOfHazard said:
Last Visit said:
Olives.

Always thought they were the work of the devil. Now I love them whether its on a pizza, chopped and diced and thrown into pasta, eaten on their own. It matters not.
How does he/she literally inhale them?

rossub

2,390 posts

137 months

Tuesday 22nd October
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Never drunk a cup of Coffee in my 42 year life

Concerned I must be missing out, as my colleagues fail to be able to do anything productive without it confused

Steamer

11,322 posts

160 months

Tuesday 22nd October
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rossub said:
Never drunk a cup of Coffee in my 42 year life

Concerned I must be missing out, as my colleagues fail to be able to do anything productive without it confused
Thats a good one.

Do you drink tea? or are you just not into hot beverages?

I could say the same about Cocaine.. but what puts me off the most is that the majority of people that I see taking it / offering it to me are tts.


Nickbrapp

3,013 posts

77 months

Tuesday 22nd October
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rossub said:
Never drunk a cup of Coffee in my 42 year life

Concerned I must be missing out, as my colleagues fail to be able to do anything productive without it confused
I didn’t like coffee till last year, really enjoyed it for a while and now it’s back to just meh. I’m sure not many people actually like coffee, they just like going to costa and Starbucks and having a latte which is essentially just milk then filling it with loads of shots of syrup so it doesn’t actually taste anything like coffee anymore.


Mine was chicken on the bone, only used to eat chicken breast, can’t get enough of chicken thighs now

Nerdherder

1,636 posts

44 months

Tuesday 22nd October
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Did not eat any form of cheese until I was 19. And I'm Dutch.

Oh and I wasn't really into cars until I was 27 or so.

Edited by Nerdherder on Tuesday 22 October 12:23

Dog Star

10,641 posts

115 months

Tuesday 22nd October
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Nerdherder said:
Did not eat any form of cheese until I was 19. And I'm Dutch.
rofl