How long have you missed out.

How long have you missed out.

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Mafffew

1,529 posts

58 months

Tuesday 22nd October
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EarlOfHazard said:
Still at stage 1. Hate olives.

Raisins can fk off too.

generationx

2,465 posts

52 months

Tuesday 22nd October
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Thr for me.

Firstly - Cauliflower, couldn't get interested. Now I love the soup, as a side dish, or my own personal catnip: Cauliflower cheese.

Secondly - Sweetcorn. It randomly used to make me vomit. Now I love it.

Thirdly, and bizarrely - curry! My mum was a fairly traditional cook who was taught to cook by her mum, who was taught to cook by her mum etc. Consequently the nearest I used to get to curry was either a horrifyingly fruity variety at school or a Vesta chinese. Then one fateful night on an evening out with a (much more worldly-wise) friend we nosed in to an Indian restaurant after hours. My eyes were opened and I've never looked back.

Fast Bug

7,465 posts

108 months

Tuesday 22nd October
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Mince pies. Never thought I liked them until 3 years ago and I bit in to one by accident thinking it was an apple pie. I kinda wish that I didn't like them as it's better for my waistline

GetCarter

26,804 posts

226 months

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

tribalsurfer

542 posts

66 months

Tuesday 22nd October
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Johnnytheboy said:
I'm yet to own a rear wheel drive car.
Just drive quickly in reverse.

jollysoutherner

72 posts

170 months

Tuesday 22nd October
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CopperBolt said:
Time to venture into the murky world of pickled walnuts then.
This and some. Kids refer to them has pickled brains. Delicious

J4CKO

28,404 posts

147 months

Tuesday 22nd October
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Walnuts, taste like licking old books to me, why bother when you have Cashews, Almonds, Pistachios etc ?

I never have eaten Prawns, except those that lurk in late night Spring Rolls, tried some the other week when out with the missus, to shut her up and they were ok.

Same with most Seafood, apart from normal white fish, my missus will eat pretty much anything like that, I joke that I have to lock my tropical fish tank...

Mammasaid

1,332 posts

44 months

Tuesday 22nd October
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The Mad Monk said:
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?
And why hasn't #3 got a closing bracket after it!!!

ChrisDT

1,666 posts

137 months

Tuesday 22nd October
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To this day my borther (36 years old) has never had cheese, or a Pizza... He doesn't like the way it looks!

PSB1

1,953 posts

51 months

Tuesday 22nd October
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Black Pudding.

Can’t get past the concept, but I’m told once you’ve tried it, you’re hooked (much like Teslas apparently).

Doofus

10,155 posts

120 months

Tuesday 22nd October
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Mammasaid said:
And why hasn't #3 got a closing bracket after it!!!
Probably for the same reason that your question has three exclamation marks and no question marks:

Idiocy.

ApOrbital

6,538 posts

65 months

Tuesday 22nd October
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I have black pudding every morning with my breakfast.

PAULJ5555

Original Poster:

3,443 posts

123 months

Tuesday 22nd October
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PSB1 said:
Black Pudding.

Can’t get past the concept, but I’m told once you’ve tried it, you’re hooked (much like Teslas apparently).
Tried it after about 30 years, I think I'll wait another 30 thanks.

rossub

2,379 posts

137 months

Tuesday 22nd October
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Steamer said:
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.
Have a cup of tea with breakfast at the weekends but that’s all. Never bother through the week.

alorotom

7,034 posts

134 months

Tuesday 22nd October
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My dad won't eat cheesecake as he believes it's the same as regular cheese and won't entertain the idea it's not.

My sister refused to eat strawberries till she turned 37

Ive never drank tea, ever. The idea is repugnant. I'm 37.

davhill

3,941 posts

131 months

Tuesday 22nd October
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Walnutophobia? It might have been the human skull/brain misperception but it's
turned into walnutpophilia so that's fine.

For me, I worked in the battery hen bit of a farm, collecting eggs, mucking out
and running the slaughter line. I always liked eggs but haven't eaten hen, or any fowl, for decades.

Edited by davhill on Tuesday 22 October 14:56

Blib

35,311 posts

144 months

Tuesday 22nd October
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Coffee.

I drank my first cup of coffee about two months ago, after managing to avoid the stuff for almost 60 years.

We've just moved into a new house and our neighbours invited us in for "a coffee".

I assumed I'd have a choice of beverage. However, out came the caffetiere(sp?) thing and, with no tea based option offered, as a true Brit, I thanked our hosts and drank every single drop. Much to the amusement of Mrs B.

It was just as awful as I'd imagined. Never again!

hurl

Nerdherder

1,636 posts

44 months

Tuesday 22nd October
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Ah, just realised I've missed out on caravans. After visiting some folks in one on a campsite the past weekend, I intend to keep it that way too.

techiedave

7,885 posts

57 months

Tuesday 22nd October
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Trainers

Never owned a pair since school so 40 yrs +

Harry H

1,651 posts

103 months

Tuesday 22nd October
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Tesco Meal Deal. Last weak I discovered it's cheaper to by a drink with a sandwich and crisps even if you chuck it in the bin as you walk out of the door.