What's the problem with not liking something that everyone else likes?
January 28, 2017 11:59am CST
Why when you're "out of the bubble" are you seen as a weird person? I mean, for example: I hate fish. So I'm very much asked about it: "But it's a healthy meat, it's good for health, it's delicious... How don't you like it?". If I do not like something, I certainly have my motives. There is nothing wrong with that. But socially, going against the tide always causes you more hassles. That's so annyoing!
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Wow, you do not like fish? You are not politically correct. I enter your invisible name on the list of potential terrorists that I will transmit soon to the Trump administration . Seriously, I think that we are still allowed to have our own preferences when it comes to food without being seen like weird (except if you tell me that you prefer worms and bugs).
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I don't like fish either. Actually, I don't like any sort of meat, seafood ...non-vegetarian food. Can't even bear the sight and smell of it. Wouldn't want to share any utensils during feeding either. There you go! I am of the belief "you eat your food. I eat mine. I don't have a problem. Just don't mix it."
I have no problem whatsoever with whatever anyone else wants to eat - its their choice , their taste, we can't all have the same tastes, that would be boring. I consider myself a semi- vegetarian, because I have fish once or twice a month and eggs occasionally. Otherwise I get my protein from nuts, seeds and peas.
• El Paso, Texas
I know how you feel. Back in the 80s, 90s and early part of this century I worked at a place where most of the people would order breakfast, they'd all get menudo and when I was asked what I wanted they were shocked I'd want eggs, hashbrowns and sausage. It made me feel bad when they stopped asking me what I would like and simply ordered just for themselves.
You either like something or you don't. When it comes to food it is what it is but there are those who "bandwagon" whatever's popular I guess to feel like they "belong" or fit into society? I totally know what OP means though it's annoying when people look for justification on why I dislike something they like or vice versa like who cares? I don't want any fish OK?!